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HONOR THE TREATIES

Honor the Treaties is an organization dedicated to amplifying the voices of Indigenous communities through art and advocacy. We do that by funding collaborations between Native artists and Native advocacy groups so that their messages can reach a wider audience.

WE HAVE A
RESPONSIBILITY

to honor the promises that
have been made

Indigenous communities are fighting their most important battles in recent history—battles to protect the integrity of their land and water and traditions. The treaties are at the heart of these battles. Article VI, Clause 2 of the US Constitution, also known as the Supremacy Clause, lists these treaties as the "supreme law of the land." These legally binding contracts contained promises that recognized tribes' rights to live self-governed and undisturbed on their own land, with religious freedom; to hunt, fish, and gather natural resources; and to have benefits such as healthcare, education, and in some cases financial payments for lands previously sold to the government. These treaties, on a daily basis, are being violated.

PINE RIDGE:
A CASE STUDY

The Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota
is a study in land loss and treaty violations,
and represents the struggles of many.

In 1980 the longest running court case in U.S. History, United States v. Sioux Nation of Indians, was ruled upon by the U.S. Supreme Court. The court determined that, when the Sioux were resettled onto reservations and seven million acres of their land were opened up to prospectors and homesteaders, the terms of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty had been violated. The court stated that the Black Hills were illegally taken and that the initial offering price plus interest should be paid to the Sioux nation. As payment for the Black Hills, the court awarded only 106 million dollars. The Sioux refused the money with the rallying cry, "The Black Hills are not for sale!".

TREATY BATTLES
ARE NOW

All across Indian Country this
story repeats itself today

Battles over land, access to water, hunting and fishing rights, healthcare, education, and religious freedoms are being fought RIGHT NOW.  From Idle No More's growing movement in Canada to the road blockades attempting to stop the KXL pipeline from crossing tribal lands, the treaty struggles in all their forms are very much alive TODAY.

Art Has Power

We believe that ART can play an
important role in ACTIVISM

Art has the ability to wake people up.  Through it we can evoke emotion, tell stories, inspire and motivate — and when channeled as a vehicle for issues of conscience it can become a catalyst for meaningful change.

We Fund Art

In the form of distribution
grants of $500 to $5000

Honor the Treaties collaborates with Native Artists and Native Advocacy groups so that their messages can reach the eyes of a larger audience.  We do this through distribution grants to artists so that their work can help make the causes they care for more visible.

GET INVOLVED

You can help by supporting an artist or their movement. You can wear their message on a shirt, print a sign or paste their stickers around your community. If you are a business owner who owns commercial space, you can donate a wall to one these artists and play a pivotal role in increasing their message’s visibility.

Who We Are

We are a diverse collective of individuals who believe that by supporting Native Artists, we can help amplify the voices of Native communities who go unheard.

HTT Board

The Honor the Treaties Advisory Board is comprised of Native American educators, musicians, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and civic leaders who have invested much of their lives in the service of the Native American community. Their vision and voice will provide guidance for future actions and partnerships so that the work we do benefits the groups and causes that need it most.

 
 
Nahko Bear
Adam Bad Wound
Gabe Galanda
M. Thunder Hawk
Neeta Lind
Tiokasin Ghosthorse
Chase Iron Eyes
Charlene Sul

Allies

We are thankful for the partnerships and support from these allies who choose to roll up their sleeves and stand with us in the work that we are doing. These public figures have committed to lending their voices, and leveraging their networks, to further the causes of the Native artists and grass-roots advocacy groups we support.

 
 
JOHN DENSMORE
SHEPARD FAIREY
Daryl Hannah
Peter Yarrow
Neil Young
Chip Thomas
Wade Davis
Aaron Huey

History

Honor the Treaties began in May of 2010 when photojournalist Aaron Huey gave a TED talk about the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty.  That talk was a turning point for Huey, who realized that the story was bigger than any magazine he worked for could ever print. Months later a collaboration developed with renowned artists Shepard Fairey and Ernesto Yerena, and his imagery evolved into illustrations that became a street art campaign. The street art appeared on hundreds of walls in dozens of cities across the US and a website was created to lead the viewers to information about treaty rights and a conveniently forgotten history. Today, thanks to the generosity of Shepard Fairey's ObeyAwareness campaign, Honor The Treaties has evolved into the organization we always wanted it to be: Native artists making art for Native advocacy groups.  We will continue to grow to become a better resource for information about Indigenous struggles in the Americas, and will be building free toolkits for educators in the year to come.

Watch the HTT Video

Our Fiscal Sponsor

The Lakota People's Law Project plays a critical partnership role with HTT.  Their important work on Treaty Issues and beyond is a model for the kind of progressive activism needed in the Native American Community today. The LPLP's seven long-term objectives are:

  • Return Lakota children to their families and tribes
  • Reclaim and steward the ancestral lands
  • Revive the traditional government of the Seven Council Fires
  • Birth a new Oyate economy of self-reliance and sustainability
  • Ensure access to education for all Lakota children in traditional spirituality, wisdom, and knowledge
  • Rebuild the kinship system
  • Protect the gifts of the Spiritual Elements (natural resources)

The first and most important of these objectives is to rescue the children. Any genuine attempt at renewing Lakota society must begin with children and the family unit. In recognition of this, the LPLP have launched the Lakota Child Rescue Project. Explore this site to learn more about their work, and please consider making a gift to the Lakota Children Legal Action Fund.

Funding

Funding for Honor the Treaties comes primarily from the sale of HTT t-shirts through Shepard Fairey's ObeyAwareness Campaign. To support our mission please buy them HERE. HTT is composed of an all volunteer staff who collect no money in any form from HTT campaigns or donations. 100% of all monies collected go directly to support the art and messages you see on this website. This includes a 15% fee used by our fiscal sponsor, the Lakota People’s Law Project (501c3) to continue their work fighting for the Black Hills and other important issues affecting the Lakota community. The remaining 85% directly supports the creation and production of art for the advocacy of treaties issues and includes activities such as: the printing of stickers, posters, and murals for distribution via street teams and protest groups; and the possible purchasing of Ad Space to hang large scale art with these messages in Public Spaces.

HTT is very thankful for everyone who shares our concerns and chooses to support our efforts through their financial gifts. The chart below is an initial plan for how funds will be distributed.

The distribution of funding is prioritized based on the focus and specific needs of our current projects. Distribution and production needs fluctuate based on the project scope, objectives and variation of regional expenses for Ad Space and distribution. The chart to the left shows our current distribution of funds as follows:

 
35%
Posters and large-scale art production for grass roots campaigns
 
30%
Poster distribution via street teams and the purchasing of Ad Space to hang large scale art in Public Spaces
 
20%
Sticker production and distribution for grass roots campaigns
 
15%
Support for our fiscal sponsor, the LPLP and their projects.
WEBSITE CONTACT: REDPOINT DESIGN DIRECTION

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you but have a limited, all
volunteer staff, so please use our Facebook page for
all questions, stories and issues not related to wall
donations and financial support.

Art +
ARTISTS

These artists are changing the world.
They are on the front lines of the
issues that matter, making the Treaty
battles of today more visible.

Download Art Now

HTT ARTISTS

The artists listed below are HTT grantees. They are pioneers in their field and we are honored to work with them to carry new messages forward. We offer an ongoing open call to Native Artists to submit applications for small grants, so if you are an artist please check out our application at the bottom of this scrolling page. If you are not eligible for a grant you can still help future campaigns and art collaborations by donating to Honor the Treaties directly, by purchasing artist’s work from the links provided on their websites, and by downloading and posting their work. — become part of our community!

 
 
Jaque Fragua
NANI CHACON
Ernesto Yerena
Jared Yazzie
Cheyenne Randall
Gregg Deal
Shepard Fairey
Painted Desert Project
Thomas GreyEyes

Art in Action

This art is meant to wake people up, and to do that it must be seen. From stickers and posters in the streets, to banners at rallies, projections on buildings, and large scale murals, we will continue to post new projects and events as they happen—so check back soon. You can see more daily postings of Art in Action at our Instagram feed, and DOWNLOAD the art to paste in your own towns! This is not a spectator sport, YOU put the ACTION in this project.

 
 
MOUNT TAYLOR MURAL
RAPID CITY MURAL
BLACK HILLS RALLY
INDIAN ALLEY MURAL
MELROSE AVENUE MURAL
RALLIES + TRAININGS
COLORADO PLATEAU
SANTA FE INSTALLATION
FLAGSTAFF MURAL

ARTIST GRANTS

Honor the Treaties provides grants from $500-$5,000 for indigenous artists who are interested in creating positive social change through their art. Grants provide flexibility of artistic expression, but must be for the production and distribution of art that is designed for specific contemporary causes related to Tribal land rights, environmental protection, religious freedoms, and other rights guaranteed by treaties made and broken. If you are interested in applying for a grant, and submitting a proposal, click the link below and download the application for specific instructions.

Grant funding is subject to the success of fundraising campaigns and the generosity of the donations we receive. The chart on the left shows the distribution of funds for a typical artist grant based on a $5,000.00 donation. The proportion of expenses will vary based on project scope, objectives, regional cost variations and unique project requirements.

 
$2,000
Offset poster run for street pasting, 24x36 prints x 3,500
 
$1,000
Large scale murals/banner printing
 
$1,000
Sticker campaign print run of 4,000
 
$750
Support for our fiscal sponsor, the LPLP and their projects
 
$250
Shipping

ACTION

This is not a closed chapter
in history. This is a living issue.
You can make it visible.
You can teach it.
You can join the fight.

GET INVOLVED

Choose any level of involvement, from wearing t-shirts (walking billboards!) to anonymous pasting of stickers and posters in your city, to finding groups on the ground taking physical actions. If you own a wall, a window, or other advertising space and would like to volunteer it for a large-scale original art installation, please contact us via the orange triangle link below. If a specific artist or message appeals to you, consider buying work from them so they can continue to create art for advocacy. If there is an issue in your region that you would like to see made visible through art, consider donating for a specific Artist Grant to address that issue. And finally, use this page to understand how to contact the State Representatives who ultimately answer to YOU, the voter. Make your voice heard!

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DOWNLOAD + PRINT + PASTE

These images are yours. The artwork below is available by the artists to the public free of charge for non-commercial use — just download and print the appropriate size poster below. You are free to share, copy, distribute and transmit the work so long as it is not altered or used to sell any products. Please link to us when possible! Some of this art is also available as stickers at stickerobot.com

 
 
Ernesto Yerena
Jaque Fragua
Cheyenne Randall
Jaque Fragua
Jared Yazee
Jaque Fragua
Jaque Fragua
Shepard Fairey
Gregg Deal
Jaque Fragua
Shepard Fairey
Cheyenne Randall
Jaque Fragua
Jaque Fragua
Ernesto Yerena
Jaque Fragua
Jared Yazee
Jaque Fragua
Gregg Deal
Gregg Deal
Jaque Fragua
Jaque Fragua
Gregg Deal
Jaque Fragua
Jaque Fragua
Gregg Deal
Jaque Fragua
HTT and our artists do not authorize, and are not responsible for illegal postings. Be aware of the laws in your local community.

LIVE INSTAGRAM FEED

These images have been posted by people like you, from all over the country. If you see or post any of our artist’s work in your city or travels, please take a picture and post it to Instagram and Twitter with the tag #honorthetreaties. Your photo will immediately join the others on this page. If you would like to get some stickers to put up you can find them via the stickerobot.com store.

 
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Education

In knowledge there is power.
Learn about the history of broken
promises. Share that knowledge.
Help create real change.

RESOURCES

We have a collective responsibility to understand contemporary Native issues, and that begins with education. The story begins with a long history of massacres disguised as battles and the treaties made and broken in their wake. We must start by learning that history ourselves, and then teaching it to others where we can. But our education must then move beyond the past to the battles that continue today. In that knowledge there is power, and a chance to change this story.

Videos

Honor The Treaties, the film — Eric Becker

This short documentary tells the story of Native American issues on the Pine Ridge Reservation and highlights the collaborative public work of Shepard Fairey and Aaron Huey.

Regaining Food Sovereignty

This video explores the state of food systems in some Northern Minnesota Native communities; examining the relationship between history, health, tradition, culture and food. From the Indigenous Environmental Network.

NM Residents Impacted by the Homestake/Barrick Gold Uranium

Learn about how uranium impacts rural New Mexicans today—from the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE)

Moccassins on the Ground statement and training

Deborah White Plume shares Moccassins on the Ground non-violent direct action training in support of the blockade of the Tar Sands XL Pipeline.

Black Mesa Water Coalition

Black Mesa Water Coalition is dedicated to preserving and protecting Mother Earth and the integrity of Indigenous Peoples' cultures, with the vision of building sustainable and healthy communities. BMWC strives to empower young people while building sustainable communities.

Trailer for "The Snowbowl Effect"

(56 min - Documentary by Klee Benaly) A mountain in Northern Arizona sacred to 13 tribes. A ski resort proposal to expand and make snow with wastewater. When recreation and culture collide, who pays the price? Check out www.savethepeaks.org to buy a copy

Keystone XL frontline Activism

Photos and video statements from leaders in the fight to prevent TransCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline, with music by Che Christ. From the Moccassins on the Ground Training in Bridger, SD in June 2013.

Articles

Sequester hurts American Indian mental health programs, but that's not all.

Navajo Group Fights Aquifer Mine

In the Southwest every drop of water is precious. “We need to preserve the water not only for ourselves but for future generations,” says Navajo resident Larry J. King as tribal members fight uranium mining from a local aquifer.

Treaty Obligations Are Not "Discretionary Spending:" Will Congress Abandon the Promises?

In the Southwest every drop of water is precious. “We need to preserve the water not only for ourselves but for future generations,” says Navajo resident Larry J. King as tribal members fight uranium mining from a local aquifer.

Broken Promises

Former Senator and chair of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, Byron Dorgan, recently visited the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota and wrote an op-ed titled “Broken Promises” in the New York Times about what he saw.

Pain on the Reservation

Abandoned in Indian Country

Navajo Nation Water Quality Project

Learn how Uranium235 affects your water source and learn more about the Navajo Nation Water Quality Project!

Yakama Nation celebrate sockeye return to Cle Elum Lake for the first time in 100 years

Huy Urges Urgent Action on Indigenous Prisoners' Religious Freedom

Washington's Prison Pow Wows Are Good for Inmates and Their Families

A precedent for Native Americans' religious freedom in Washington prisons

Recently, the Washington Department of Corrections and Native American advocates negotiated a solution to a state gaffe that violated the rights of Native Americans to practice their religion in prison. Guest columnist Gabriel S. Galanda writes about the precedent-setting process.

Protect Holy Mt. Taylor: MASE Urges Opposition to Roca Honda Uranium Mine

#NNact » Diné Bikéyah (Navajo Nation) Resource Colonization

Sioux are victorious in effort to restore Black Hills land to the tribes.

Black Hills Auction: Saving Pe' Sla

TREATIES ARCHIVE

Treaties from 1778 to 1883

AIONAI (Also I-ON-I)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

ANADARKO (Also ANA-DA-CA)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

APACHE

Treaty With The Apache, 1852
Treaty With The Apache, Cheyenne, And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Cheyenne And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Kiowa, And Apache, 1853
Treaty With The Kiowa, Comanche, And Apache, 1867

APPALACHICOLA

Treaty With The Appalachicola Band, 1832
Treaty With The Appalachicola Band, 1833

ARAPAHO (Also ARRAPAHOE; ARAPAHOE)

Treaty With The Apache, Cheyenne, And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Arapaho And Cheyenne, 1861
Treaty With The Cheyenne And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Cheyenne And Arapaho, 1867
Treaty With The Northern Cheyenne And Northern Arapaho, 1868
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851
Treaty With The Sioux—Brulé, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arcs, And Santee—and Arapaho,

ARIKARA (Also RICARA; ARICKAREE)

Treaty With The Arikara Tribe, 1825
Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851

ASSINABOINE

Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851


BANNOCK

Treaty With The Eastern Band Shoshoni And Bannock, 1868

BELANTSE-ETOA OR MINITAREE (Also BELANTSE-ETEA; BELANTSE-ETA; MINNETAREE)

Treaty With The Belantse-Etoa Or Minitaree Tribe, 1825

BLACKFEET (Also BLACKFOOT; BLACKFOOT NATION)

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Treaty With The Blackfeet Sioux, 1865

BLOOD

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855

BROTHERTOWN

Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838


CADDO (Also CADOE)

Treaty With The Caddo, 1835
Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

CAHOKIA

Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818

CALAPOOIA  (See KALAPUYA)

CAYUGA

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794

CAYUSE

Treaty With The Walla-Walla, Cayuse, Etc., 1855

CHASTA

Treaty With The Chasta, Etc., 1854

CHEROKEE

Treaty With The Cherokee, 1785
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1791
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1794
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1798
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1804
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1805
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1805
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1806
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1816
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1816
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1816
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1817
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1819
Treaty With The Western Cherokee, 1828
Treaty With The Western Cherokee, 1833
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1835
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1846 [Western Cherokee]
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1866
Treaty With The Cherokee, 1868
Agreement With The Cherokee, 1835 (Unratified)
Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835

CHEYENNE (Also CHAYENNE)

Treaty With The Apache, Cheyenne, And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Arapaho And Cheyenne, 1861
Treaty With The Cheyenne Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Cheyenne And Arapaho, 1865
Treaty With The Cheyenne And Arapaho, 1867
Treaty With The Northern Cheyenne And Northern Arapaho, 1868
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851

CHICKASAW (Also CHICKESAW)

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1786
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1801
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1805
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1816
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1818
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1832
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1832
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1834
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1830
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1837
Treaty With The Chickasaw, 1852
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1854
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1855
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1866

CHIPPEWA (Also CHIPPEWAY; CHIPAWA)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1808
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1819
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1820
Treaty With The Ottawa And Chippewa, 1820
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1826
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1827
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1829
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1833
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1836
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1837
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1837
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1837
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1838
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1839
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1842
Treaty With The Chippewa Of The Mississippi And Lake Superior, 1847
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1854
Treaty With The Chippewa, 1855
Treaty With The Chippewa Of Saginaw, Etc., 1855
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1859
Treaty With The Chippewa Of The Mississippi And The Pillager And Lake Winnibigoshish Bands, 1863
Treaty With The Chippewa—Red Lake And Pembina Bands, 1863
Treaty With The Chippewa—Red Lake And Pembina Bands, 1864
Treaty With The Chippewa, Mississippi, And Pillager And Lake Winnibigoshish Bands, 1864
Treaty With The Chippewa Of Saginaw, Swan Creek, And Black River, 1864
Treaty With The Chippewa—Bois Forte Band, 1866
Treaty With The Chippewa Of The Mississippi, 1867
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1807
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1816
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1821
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1836
Treaty With The Ottawa And Chippewa, 1855
Treaty With The Pillager Band Of Chippewa Indians, 1847
Treaty With The Potawatomi Nation, 1846
Treaty With The Chippewa Of Sault Ste. Marie, 1855
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Winnebago, Etc, 1828
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1785
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818

CHOCTAW (Also CHACTAW; CHAKTAW)

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1837
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1786
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1801
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1802
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1803
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1805
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1816
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1820
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1825
Treaty With The Choctaw, 1830
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1854
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1855
Treaty With The Choctaw And Chickasaw, 1866
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Comanche And Kiowa, 1865

CHRISTIAN INDIANS  See MUNSEE

CLACK-A-MAS (Also CLOCKAMUS)

Treaty With The Kalapuya, Etc., 1855

COLUMBIA

Agreement With The Columbia And Colville, 1883

COLVILLE

Agreement With The Columbia And Colville, 1883

COMANCHE (Also CAMANCHE)

Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846
Treaty With The Comanche, Kiowa, And Apache, 1853
Treaty With The Kiowa And Comanche, 1867
Treaty With The Kiowa, Comanche, And Apache, 1867

CREEKS (Also MUSCOGEE)

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Creeks, 1790
Treaty With The Creeks, 1796
Treaty With The Creeks, 1802
Treaty With The Creeks, 1805
Treaty With The Creeks, 1814
Treaty With The Creeks, 1818
Treaty With The Creeks, 1821
Treaty With The Creeks, 1821
Treaty With The Creeks, 1825
Treaty With The Creeks, 1826
Treaty With The Creeks, 1827
Treaty With The Creeks, 1832
Treaty With The Creeks, 1833
Treaty With The Creeks, 1838
Treaty With The Creeks And Seminole, 1845
Treaty With The Creeks, 1854
Treaty With The Creeks, Etc., 1856
Treaty With The Creeks, 1866
Agreement With The Creeks, 1825 (Unratified)

CROW

Treaty With The Crow Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Crows, 1868
Agreement With The Crows, 1880 (Unratified)
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851


DAKOTA (See also SIOUX)

Treaty With The Blackfeet Sioux, 1865
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851

DE CHUTES

Treaty With The Middle Oregon Tribes, 1865
Treaty With The Tribes Of Middle Oregon, 1855

DELAWARE (Also DELEWARE)

Treaty With The Delawares, 1778
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Delawares, 1804
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Delawares, 1818
Treaty With The Delawares, 1829
Treaty With The Delawares, 1829
Treaty With The Delawares, 1854
Treaty With The Delawares, 1860
Treaty With The Delawares, 1861
Treaty With The Delawares, 1866
Agreement With The Delawares And Wyandot, 1843
Supplementary Treaty With The Miami, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Shawnee, Etc., 1832
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1785
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1814
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818

DWAMISH

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855


EEL RIVER

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Eel River, Etc., 1803
Supplementary Treaty With The Miami, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Miami, 1828
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795


FIVE NATIONS

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792

FLATHEAD

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Treaty With The Flatheads, Etc., 1855

FOX (See also SAC & FOX)

Treaty With The Foxes, 1815


GROS VENTRES (Also GROSVENTRES)

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851


ILLINOIS

Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Etc., 1832
Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818

IOWA (Also IAWAY; IOWAY)

Treaty With The Iowa, 1815
Treaty With The Iowa, 1824.
Treaty With The Iowa, Etc., 1836.
Treaty With The Iowa, 1837
Treaty With The Iowa, 1838
Treaty With The Iowa, 1854
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1830
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1861
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825


KALAPUYA (Also CALAPOOIA)

Treaty With The Kalapuya, Etc., 1855
Treaty With The Umpqua And Kalapuya, 1854

KANSA (Also KANZA; KANSAS; KANZAS)

Treaty With The Kansa, 1815
Treaty With The Kansa, 1825
Treaty With The Kansa, 1825
Treaty With Kansa Tribe, 1846
Treaty With The Kansa Tribe, 1859
Treaty With The Kansa Indians, 1862

KASKASKIA

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Eel River, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, 1803
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Etc., 1832
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Peoria, Etc., 1854
Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795

KA-TA-KA

Treaty With The Kiowa, Etc., 1837

KEECHY (Also KEECHE)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

KICKAPOO (Also KIKAPO)

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Eel River, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1809
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1815
Treaty With The Wea And Kickapoo, 1816
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1819
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1819
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1820
Treaty With The Kickapoo Of The Vermilion 1820
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1832
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1854
Treaty With The Kickapoo, 1862
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795

KIK-IAL-LUS

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

KIOWA (Also KIOWAY)

Treaty With The Comanche, Kiowa, And Apache, 1853
Treaty With The Comanche And Kiowa, 1865
Treaty With The Kiowa, Etc., 1837
Treaty With The Kiowa And Comanche, 1867
Treaty With The Kiowa, Comanche, And Apache, 1867

KLAMATH

Treaty With The Klamath, Etc., 1864

KOOTENAY

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Treaty With The Flatheads, Etc., 1855


LEPAN

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

LONG-WHA

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

LUMMI

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855


MAKAH (Also MAHA)

Treaty With The Makah, 1815
Treaty With The Makah Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Makah, 1855

MANDAN

Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866
Treaty With The Mandan Tribe, 1825
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851

ME-SEK-WI-GUILSE

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

MENOMINEE (Also MENOMINIE; MENOMONIE; MENOMONEE)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1827
Treaty With The Menominee, 1817
Treaty With The Menominee, 1831
Treaty With The Menominee, 1831
Treaty With The Menominee, 1832
Treaty With The Menominee, 1836
Treaty With The Menominee, 1848
Treaty With The Menominee, 1854
Treaty With The Menominee, 1856
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825

MIAMI (Also MIAME; MEAMIE)

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1809
Supplementary Treaty With The Miami, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Miami, 1818
Treaty With The Miami, 1826
Treaty With The Miami, 1828
Treaty With The Miami, 1834
Treaty With The Miami, 1838
Treaty With The Miami, 1840
Treaty With The Miami, 1854
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1814
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815

MIDDLE OREGON TRIBES

Treaty With The Middle Oregon Tribes, 1865
Treaty With The Tribes Of Middle Oregon, 1855

MINITAREE OR BELANTSE-ETOA (Also BELANTSE-ETEA; BELANTSE-ETA; MINNETAREE)

Treaty With The Belantse-Etoa Or Minitaree Tribe, 1825

MITCHIGAMIA

Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818

MODOC (Also MOADOC)

Treaty With The Klamath, Etc., 1864

MOHAWK

Treaty With The Mohawk, 1797
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794

MOLALA (Also MOLALLA; MOLEL)

Treaty With The Kalapuya, Etc., 1855
Treaty With The Molala, 1855

MUSCOGEE (Also CREEK)

Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835

MUNSEE (Also CHRISTIAN)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1859
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Stockbridge And Munsee, 1839
Treaty With The Stockbridge And Munsee, 1856
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805


NAVAJO (Also NAVAHO)

Treaty With The Navaho, 1849
Treaty With The Navaho, 1868

NEW YORK INDIANS

Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838

NEZ PERCÉ

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Treaty With The Nez Percés, 1855
Treaty With The Nez Percés, 1863
Treaty With The Nez Percés, 1868

NISQUALLY (Also NISQUALLI)

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

NOO-WHA-HA

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855


OMAHA (OMAHAW)

Treaty With The Omaha, 1854
Treaty With The Omaha, 1865
Treaty With The Oto, Etc., 1836
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1830

ONEIDA

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Oneida, Etc., 1794
Treaty With The Oneida, 1838
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794

ONONDAGA

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794

OSAGE

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Osage, 1808
Treaty With The Osage, 1815
Treaty With The Osage, 1818
Treaty With The Osage, 1822
Treaty With The Osage, 1825
Treaty With The Great And Little Osage, 1825
Treaty With The Osage, 1839
Treaty With The Osage, 1865

OTO (Also OTTOE)

Treaty With The Oto, 1817

OTO & MISSOURI (Also MISSOURIA)

Treaty With The Confederated Oto And Missouri, 1854
Treaty With The Oto And Missouri Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Oto And Missouri, 1833
Treaty With The Oto, Etc., 1836
Treaty With The Oto And Missouri, 1854
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1830

OTTAWA (Also OTTOWA; OTTOWAY)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1808
Treaty With The Ottawa And Chippewa, 1820
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1829
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1833
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1807
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1816
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1821
Treaty With The Ottawa, 1831
Treaty With The Ottawa, 1833
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1836
Treaty With The Ottawa And Chippewa, 1855
Treaty With The Ottawa Of Blanchard’s Fork And Roche De Bœuf, 1862
Treaty With The Potawatomi Nation, 1846
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Winnebago, Etc, 1828
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1785
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818


PAWNEE

Treaty With The Grand Pawnee, 1818
Treaty With The Noisy Pawnee, 1818
Treaty With The Pawnee Republic, 1818
Treaty With The Pawnee Marhar, 1818
Treaty With The Pawnee Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Pawnee, 1833
Treaty With The Pawnee—Grand, Loups, Republicans, Etc., 1848
Treaty With The Pawnee, 1857

PEORIA

Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Etc., 1832
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Peoria, Etc., 1854
Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867

PIANKESHAW (Also PIANKASHAW; PIANKISHAW)

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Eel River, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Peoria, Etc., 1854
Treaty With The Piankeshaw, 1804
Treaty With The Piankashaw, 1805
Treaty With The Piankashaw, 1815
Treaty With The Piankashaw And Wea, 1832
Agreement With The Piankeshaw, 1818 (Unratified)
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795

PIEGAN

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855

PONCA (Also PONCAR; PONCARAR)

Treaty With The Ponca, 1817
Treaty With The Ponca, 1825
Treaty With The Ponca, 1858
Treaty With The Ponca, 1865

POTAWATOMI (Also POTAWATAMI; POTAWATAMIE; PUTAWATIMI; PATTAWATIMA; PATAWATTIMIE; POTTAWATAMI; POTTAWATIMIE; POTOWATOMI; POTAWATTIMIE; POTTAWATTIMIE; PATTAWATIMA; PUTAWATAME; POTTOWOTOMEE; POTTAWATAMY; POUTAWATAMIE; POTTOWAUTOMIE)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1808
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1829
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1833
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1809
Supplementary Treaty With The Miami, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1807
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1816
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1821
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1815
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1818
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1826
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1827
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1828
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1832
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1832
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1832
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1834
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1834
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1834
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1834
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1836
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1837
Treaty With The Potawatomi Nation, 1846
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1861
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1866
Treaty With The Potawatomi, 1867
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Winnebago, Etc, 1828
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818

PUYALLUP

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854


QUAPAW

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Quapaw,1818
Treaty With The Quapaw, 1824
Treaty With The Quapaw, 1833
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867

QUI-NAI-ELT (Also QUI-NITE-’L)

Treaty With The Quinaielt, Etc., 1855

QUIL-LEH-UTE (Also QUIL-LEY-YUTE)

Treaty With The Quinaielt, Etc., 1855


RICARA (Also ARIKARA; ARICKAREE)

Treaty With The Arikara Tribe, 1825
Agreement At Fort Berthold, 1866
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851

ROGUE RIVER

Treaty With The Rogue River, 1853
Treaty With The Rogue River, 1854
Agreement With The Rogue River, 1853 (Unratified)


SAC & FOX (Also SACK, SAUK, SOCK)

Treaty With The Foxes, 1815
Treaty With The Iowa, Etc., 1836.
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1804
Treaty With The Sauk, 1815
Treaty With The Sauk, 1816
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1822
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1824
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1830
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1832
Treaty With The Sauk And Fox Tribe, 1836
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1836
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1836
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1837
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1837
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1842
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes Of Missouri, 1854
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1859
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1861
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, 1867
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789

SA-HEH-WAMISH

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

SAH-KU-MEH-HU

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SCOTONS

Treaty With The Chasta, Etc., 1854

SEMINOLE

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Creeks And Seminole, 1845
Treaty With The Creeks, Etc., 1856
Treaty With The Florida Tribes Of Indians, 1823
Treaty With The Seminole, 1832
Treaty With The Seminole, 1833
Treaty With The Seminole, 1866

SENECA (Also SENEKA)

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Seneca, 1802
Treaty With The Seneca, 1802
Treaty With The Seneca, 1831
Treaty With The Seneca, Etc., 1831
Treaty With The Seneca And Shawnee, 1832
Treaty With The Seneca, 1842
Treaty With The Seneca, Tonawanda Band, 1857.
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Agreement With The Seneca, 1797
Agreement With The Seneca, 1823 (Unratified)
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1814
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818

SEVEN NATIONS OF CANADA

Treaty With The Seven Nations Of Canada, 1796

SHAWNEE (Also SHAWANOE; SHAWANOESE; SHAWANEE; SHAWONEE)

Agreement With The Cherokee And Other Tribes In The Indian Territory, 1865
Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1808
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Seneca, Etc., 1831
Treaty With The Seneca And Shawnee, 1832
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Shawnee, 1786
Treaty With The Shawnee, 1825
Treaty With The Shawnee, 1831
Treaty With The Shawnee, Etc., 1832
Treaty With The Shawnee, 1854
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1814
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818

S’HOMAMISH

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

SHOSHONI (Also SHOSHONE)

Treaty With The Eastern Shoshoni, 1863
Treaty With The Shoshoni—Northwestern Bands, 1863
Treaty With The Western Shoshoni, 1863
Treaty With The Eastern Band Shoshoni And Bannock, 1868

SHOSHONI-GOSHIP

Treaty With The Shoshoni-Goship, 1863


SIOUX (Also DAKOTA; DAHCOTAH)

Treaty With The Blackfeet Sioux, 1865
Treaty With The Hunkpapa Band Of The Sioux Tribe, 1825
Treaty With The Sioune And Oglala Tribes, 1825 (Also Ogallala)
Treaty With The Oto, Etc., 1836 — Yankton and Santee Bands
Treaty With The Sauk And Foxes, Etc., 1830 — Medawah-Kanton, Wahpacoota, Wahpeton, Sissetong [Sisseton], Yanckton [Yancton] and Santie Bands
Treaty With The Sioux Of The Lakes, 1815
Treaty With The Sioux Of St. Peter’s River, 1815
Treaty With The Sioux, 1816
Treaty With The Teton, Etc., Sioux, 1825 — Teton, Yancton and Yanctonies Bands
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Sioux, 1836
Treaty With The Sioux, 1836
Treaty With The Sioux, 1837
Treaty With The Sioux—Sisseton And Wahpeton Bands, 1851
Treaty With The Sioux—Mdewakanton And Wahpakoota Bands, 1851 (Also Med-ay-wa-kan-toan and Wah-pay-koo-tay)
Treaty Of Fort Laramie With Sioux, Etc., 1851
Treaty With The Sioux, 1858 — Mendawakanton and Wahpahoota Bands
Treaty With The Sioux, 1858 — Sisseeton and Wahpaton Bands
Treaty With The Sioux—Miniconjou Band, 1865 (Also Minneconjon)
Treaty With The Sioux—Lower Brulé Band, 1865
Treaty With The Sioux—Two-Kettle Band, 1865
Treaty With The Sioux—Sans Arcs Band, 1865
Treaty With The Sioux—Hunkpapa Band, 1865 (Also Onkpahpah)
Treaty With The Sioux—Yanktonai Band, 1865
Treaty With The Sioux—Upper Yanktonai Band, 1865
Treaty With The Sioux—Oglala Band, 1865 (Also Ogallala; O’Galla)
Treaty With The Sioux—Sisseton And Wahpeton Bands, 1867 (Also Sissiton)
Treaty With The Sioux—Brulé, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arcs, And Santee—and Arapaho,
Treaty With The Sioux, 1805
Agreement With The Sisseton And Wahpeton Bands Of Sioux Indians, 1872 (Unratified)
Amended Agreement With Certain Sioux Indians, 1873 —  Sisseton and Wahpeton Bands
Agreement With The Sioux Of Various Tribes, 1882–83 (Unratified) — Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Standing Rock, Cheyenne River, and Lower Brulé Agencies
Treaty With The Yankton Sioux, 1815
Treaty With The Yankton Sioux, 1837
Treaty With The Yankton Sioux, 1858

SIX NATIONS

Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794

SKAI-WHA-MISH

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SKAGIT

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

S’KLALLAM

Treaty With The S’Klallam, 1855

SK-TAH-LE-JUM

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SNAKE

Treaty With The Klamath, Etc., 1864
Treaty With The Snake, 1865

SNOHOMISH

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SNOQUALMOO

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SQUAWSKIN

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

SQUI-AITL

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

SQUIN-AH-NUSH (Also SQUIN-AH-MISH)

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

ST. REGIS

Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Seven Nations Of Canada, 1796

STEHCHASS

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

STEILACOOM

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

STOCKBRIDGE

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Oneida, Etc., 1794 Treaty With The Stockbridge And Munsee, 1839
Treaty With The Stockbridge Tribe, 1848
Treaty With The Stockbridge And Munsee, 1856

SUQUAMISH

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855

SWINAMISH

Treaty With The Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855


TAH-WA-CARRO (Also TOWA-KARRO; TA-WA-KA-RO)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846
Treaty With The Kiowa, Etc., 1837

TAMAROIS

Treaty With The Peoria, Etc., 1818

TENINO

Treaty With The Middle Oregon Tribes, 1865
Treaty With The Tribes Of Middle Oregon, 1855

TETON (Also TEETON)

Treaty With The Teton, 1815

TONKAWA (Also TONKAWAY)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

T’PEEK-SIN

Treaty With The Nisqualli, Puyallup, Etc., 1854

TUM-WATERS

Treaty With The Kalapuya, Etc., 1855

TUSCARORA

Agreement With The Five Nations Of Indians, 1792
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1784
Treaty With The New York Indians, 1838
Treaty With The Oneida, Etc., 1794
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1789
Treaty With The Six Nations, 1794


UMATILLA

Treaty With The Walla-Walla, Cayuse, Etc., 1855

UMPQUA

Treaty With The Chasta, Etc., 1854
Treaty With The Umpqua—Cow Creek Band, 1853
Treaty With The Umpqua And Kalapuya, 1854

UPPER PEND D’OREILLE

Treaty With The Blackfeet, 1855
Treaty With The Flatheads, Etc., 1855

UTAH

Treaty With The Utah, 1849
Treaty With The Utah—Tabeguache Band, 1863

UTE

Treaty With The Ute, 1868


WACO (Also WACOE)

Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

WALLA-WALLA

Treaty With The Middle Oregon Tribes, 1865
Treaty With The Tribes Of Middle Oregon, 1855
Treaty With The Walla-Walla, Cayuse, Etc., 1855

WASCO

Treaty With The Middle Oregon Tribes, 1865
Treaty With The Tribes Of Middle Oregon, 1855

WEA (Also WEEA)

Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Delawares, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Kaskaskia, Peoria, Etc., 1854
Treaty With The Wea And Kickapoo, 1816
Supplementary Treaty With The Miami, Etc., 1809
Treaty With The Piankashaw And Wea, 1832
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Wea, 1809
Treaty With The Wea, 1818
Treaty With The Wea, 1820
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795

WINNEBAGO (Also WINEBAGO; WINNEBAYGO)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1827
Treaty With The Sioux, Etc., 1825
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1816
Treaty With The Winnebago, Etc, 1828
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1829
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1832
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1837
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1846
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1855
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1859
Treaty With The Winnebago, 1865

WITCHETAW (Also WICHITA; WICHETA; OUICHITA)

Treaty With The Comanche, Etc., 1835
Treaty With The Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Etc., 1846

WYANDOT (Also WYANDOTTE; WIANDOT)

Treaty With The Chippewa, Etc., 1808
Agreement With The Delawares And Wyandot, 1843
Treaty With The Eel River, Etc., 1803
Treaty With The Ottawa, Etc., 1807
Treaty With The Seneca, Mixed Seneca And Shawnee, Quapaw, Etc., 1867
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1785
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1789
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1795
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1805
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1814
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1815
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1817
Treaty With The Wyandot, Etc., 1818
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1818
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1832
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1836
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1842
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1850
Treaty With The Wyandot, 1855


YAKIMA (Also YAKAMA)

Treaty With The Yakima, 1855

YANKTON (Also YANCTON)  See SIOUX

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lakotamedia.org

The mission of the Lakotamedia Foundation is to share Siouan knowledge and traditions through digital, mobile, and social media.

oweakuinternational.org

Bring Back the Way and the International Justice Project provides information on contemporary advocacy for Lakota treaty rights.