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They had to rely on interpreters who were paid by the U. Instead, they were pressured into ceding all their land east of the Mississippi. Each year for 20 years, ,750 was allocated for annuity payments, food, education, equipment, supplies, and government services.
At the signing, he gave the Indian leaders gifts whose total value was 0. Generally, the Indians who signed treaties did not read English. It is uncertain whether they were aware of the exact terms of the treaties they signed. C., having been told that they would be negotiating the settlement of their southern boundary. Another 0,000 was paid to friends and relatives of the tribe and to settle debts, and ,000 was given to the Dakota leaders as an incentive to sign the treaty.
government arranged the Prairie du Chien treaty between the Dakota and Ojibwe, as well as the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, Sac and Fox, Iowa, Potawatomi, and Ottawa tribes. After that, it was simpler for the government to negotiate with the Indians for the purchase of their lands.
Pressured by traders and threatened with military force, the Dakota were forced to cede nearly all their land in Minnesota and eastern Dakota in the 1851 treaties of Traverse des Sioux and Mendota.
1854: The arrowhead region of northeastern Minnesota was purchased from the Ojibwe.This page lists public record sources in Hayes County, Nebraska.