Images > View of the Great Treaty held at Prairie du Chien, September 1825, at which upward's of 5000 Indian Warriors of the Chippeways, Sioux, Sacs & Foxes, Winnebagoes, Pottowattomied, Menomonies, Ioways & Ottowas tribes were present. Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan and W-m Clark of Missouri, Commissioners on the part of the United States.

View of the Great Treaty held at Prairie du Chien, September 1825, at which upward's of 5000 Indian Warriors of the Chippeways, Sioux, Sacs & Foxes, Winnebagoes, Pottowattomied, Menomonies, Ioways & Ottowas tribes were present. Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan and W-m Clark of Missouri, Commissioners on the part of the United States.

View of the Great Treaty held at Prairie du Chien, September 1825, at which upward's of 5000 Indian Warriors of the Chippeways, Sioux, Sacs & Foxes, Winnebagoes, Pottowattomied, Menomonies, Ioways & Ottowas tribes were present. Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan and W-m Clark of Missouri, Commissioners on the part of the United States.

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