An ethnohistorical report on the Indian use and occupancy of Royce Area 53, which was ceded "at fort Industry, on the Miami of the lake" by the "Wyandot, Ottowa, Chippewa, Munsee, and Delaware, Shawanee, and Pottawatamy nations" to the Connecticut Land Company and the proprietors of the half million acres of land lying south of lake Erie, called Sufferers' Land, in a conveyance bearing date of July 4, 1805 ; and on the Indian Use and Occupancy of Royce Area 54, which was ceded to the United States by the "Wyandot, Ottawa, Chipawa, Munsee and Delaware. Shawanee, and Pottawatima nations" under the Treaty held at Fort Industry, on the Miami of the lake," on July 4, 1805 /

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Main Author: Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie, 1903-1988
Corporate Author: United States. Indian Claims Commission
Published: [Bloomington, Indiana] : [Prepared by the Great Lakes Ohio Valley Research Project of Indiana University], [1956?]
Series:Indian Claims Commission ; Docket no. 13-E.

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Item Description:"Treaty of July 4, 1805 (7 Stat. 87) proclaimed April 24, 1806."
Physical Description:224, [27] pages : maps.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.