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Title: Articles of a convention signed at Bellvue, upper Missouri between Ind. Agts. and various Indian tribes
Date: 1836-10-15
Volume: 1 Page: 258 (Microfilm reel MS-94)
Author(s): John Dougherty, U.S. agt. I.A.; Joshua Pilcher, U.S. sub agt. I.A.; Missourias; Omahaws; Otoes; Santee Sioux; Yacton Sioux;
Recipient(s):
Contents: Articles of a convention entered into & signed concluded at Bellvue, upper Missouri . . . by and between John Dougherty, U.S. agt. for Indian Affairs and Joshua Pilcher, U.S. Indian sub agent, being specially authorized therefor; and the chiefs, braves, head men etc. of the Otoes, Missourias, Omahaws, and Yancton and Santee bands of Sioux duly authorized by their respective tribes.
Description: Copy of document. 4 p.

Title: Letter from Iaton (Otoe Chf), Hah.chi.gi.sug.a. (Mo. Chf.), Big Elk (Omahaw Chf.), Little Dish (Yankton Chf.) wit. by Jos. V. Hamilton To S.I.A.St.L. (Genl. William Clark)
Date: 1836-10-15
Volume: G Page: 27 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): Big Elk (Omahaw Chief); Hah.chi.gi.sug.a. (Missouria Chief); Iaton (Otoe Chief); Joseph V. Hamilton (witness to signatures); Little Dish (Yankton Sioux Chief);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: Implores the President of the United States, through Clark, to survey lands intended for settlement by half breed Indians of the Otoes, Missouria, Omahaw, and Yankton Sioux tribes. Half breeds are reluctant to make improvements before this takes place.
Description: Copy of letter. 1p.

Title: Letter from Ind Agt (Jno Daugherty) & Sub Agt., Belle Vue, Upper Mo. (Joshua Pilcher) To S.I.A.St.L. (Genl. William Clark)
Date: 1836-10-15
Volume: G Page: 26 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): John Daugherty (Indian Agent, Fort Leavenworth); Joshua Pilcher (Indian Sub Agent, Belle vue);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: Reports the agreement on the part of the Otoes, Missourias, Omahaws, Yancton & Santee Sioux, to relinquish to the United States all the land between the state of Missouri & the Missouri River. Presents to these tribes amounted to $4520.
Description: Copy of letter. 2p.

Title: Letter from Indian Agent, Fort Leavenworth (John Daugherty) To S.I.A.St.L. (William Clark)
Date: 1837-06-28
Volume: G Page: 50 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): John Daugherty (Indian Agent, Ft. Leavenworth);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: Describes deaths among the Otoes including a great chief, Iaton, caused by a drunken frolic & fighting over squaws. Mentions trouble between Omahaws & Pawnees, in which seven Pawnees were killed. Also mentions the missionary, Dr. Satterly, being killed by the Pawnees. Daugherty states that from all he could learn, Satterly either froze to death or starved.
Description: Copy of letter. 2p.

Title: Letter from Indian Agent, Fort Leavenworth (Joshua Pilcher) To Indian Agent (John Daugherty)
Date: 1837-08-17
Volume: G Page: 61 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): Joshua Pilcher (Ind. Agt., Ft. Leavenworth);
Recipient(s): Jno Daugherty (Indian Agent);
Contents: Encloses copy of a letter from Mr. McGuire which had an extract of a letter from the Com. Ind. Affs. concerning the deputation of Otoes, Omahas, & Pawnees to Washington. States he will be happy to guide the group to Washington.
Description: Copy of letter. 1p.
Comments: See letter dated 8/17/1837 from Pilcher to Daugherty.
Title: Letter from Indian Agent, Potawatomie Landing (John Daugherty) To S.I.A.St.L. (William Clark)
Date: 1837-09-26
Volume: G Page: 65 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): Jno Daugherty (Indian Agent, Potawatomie Landing);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: States that he will arrive in St. Louis about Oct. 15, 1837 with a deputation of Indians from Otoe, Omaha & Pawnee tribes on the way to Washington. Says it is a good time to confer, as the Otoe & Omahas are unhappy with the "no hunting" policy of the Potawatomies. Thinks it would be good to have Caldwell, the Potawatomie chief go to Washington also.
Description: Copy of letter. 2p.

Title: Articles of a treaty made between the United States and various Indian Tribes
Date: 1838-04-22
Volume: 1 Page: 296 (Microfilm reel MS-94)
Author(s): John Dougherty, U.S. agt. I. A.; Missourias; Omahas; Otoes;
Recipient(s):
Contents: Articles of a treaty made at the Otoe village, Big river Platte between John Dougherty, agent Indian affairs ... and the Otoe and Missouria and Omaha tribes of Indians.
Description: Copy of document. 1p.
Comments: Cession of lands to clear interpretation of Article 1 of treaty of July 15, 1830.
Title: Articles of a treaty made between the United States and various Indian Tribes
Date: 1838-05-05
Volume: 1 Page: 297 (Microfilm reel MS-94)
Author(s): Ioways; John Dougherty, U.S. agt. I.A.; Omahaws; Otoes;
Recipient(s):
Contents: Articles of a treaty made at Bellvue, upper Missouri, between John Dougherty, agent for Indian affairs ... and the chiefs and head men of the Omahaw, Ioway and Otoe tribes or nations ...
Description: Copy of document. 3p.
Comments: Ceding rights to lands between the Grand and Little Nemahaw rivers.
Title: Letter from Indian Agent (Jno Dougherty) To S.I.A.St.L. (William Clark)
Date: 1838-05-11
Volume: G Page: 109 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): Jno Dougherty (Indian Agent);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: Sends from an Ioway village a copy of a treaty secured with the Otoes, Missourias, & Omahaws regarding their land between the Missouri & Mississippi Rivers. Sends this with Mr. Derouin who is on his way to St. Louis. Will council with Ioways today or tomorrow.
Description: Copy of letter. 1p.

Title: Letter from Indian Agent (Jno Dougherty) To S.I.A.St.L. (William Clark)
Date: 1838-05-18
Volume: G Page: 111 (Microfilm reel MF-3166)
Author(s): Jno Dougherty (Indian Agent);
Recipient(s): William Clark (S.I.A.St.L.);
Contents: Reports that Otoes, Missourias, & Omahaws are living on corn alone and badly need the first payment agreed upon in the treaty in which they ceded their land between the Missouri & Mississippi Rivers.
Description: Copy of letter. 1p.

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