Treaty of Mount Dexter


Treaty of Mount Dexter

The Treaty of Mount Dexter was signed between the United States and the Choctaws. The treaty was signed November 16, 1805 in the Choctaw Nation. The convert|4142720|acre|km2|sing=on area ceded was from the Natchez District to the Tombigbee Alabama River watershed.

Terms

The preamble begins with,

1. Cession to the United States. Reservation.
2. Consideration.
3. Payment to certain Indians for past services.
4. Claim of John M'Grew.
5. Boundaries.
6. A certain former grant confirmed.
7. When to take effect.

ignatories

The main signers included James Robertson, Silas Dinsmoor, Pukshunnubbee, Mingo Hoomastubbee, and Pooshamattaha.

ee also

*List of Choctaw Treaties
*Treaty of Hopewell
*Treaty of Fort Adams
*Treaty of Fort Confederation
*Treaty of Hoe Buckintoopa
*Treaty of Fort St. Stephens
*Treaty of Doak's Stand
*Treaty of Washington City
*Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek
*List of treaties

Citations

External links

* [http://digital.library.okstate.edu/kappler/Vol2/treaties/cho0087.htm Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties (Treaty with the Choctaw, 1805)]


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