Sauk Indian Treaties

The Sauk made or were parties to the following treaties with the United States:

Treaty of Ft Harmar, Jan. 9, 1789;
St Louis, Mo. (Sauk and Fox), Nov. 3, 1804;
Portage des Sioux, Mo. (Sauk of Missouri), Sept. 13, 1815;
St Louis, Mo., May 13, 1816;
Ft Armstrong, Ill. (Sauk and Fox), Sept. 3, 1822;
Washington, D. C. (Sauk and Fox), Aug. 4, 1824;
Prairie du Chien, Wis. (Sauk and Fox), Aug. 19, 1825, and July 15, 1830;
Ft Armstrong, 111. (Sauk and Fox), Sept. 21, 1832;
Ft Leavenworth, Mo. (Sauk and Fox), Sept. 17,1836;
near Dubuque, Iowa (Sauk and Fox), Sept. 27 and 28, 1836;
Washington, D. C. (Sauk and Fox), Oct. 21, 1837;
ditto (Sauk and Fox of Missouri), same date and place;
Sauk and Fox agency, Ia. (Sauk and Fox), Oct. 11, 1847;
Washington, D. C. (Sauk and Fox of Missouri), May 18, 1854;
Sauk and Fox agency, Kan. (Sauk and Fox), Oct. 1, 1859;
Nemaha agency, Nebr. (Sauk and Fox), Mar. 6,1861;
Washington, D.C. (Sauk and Fox), Feb. 18, 1867.


Hodge, Frederick Webb, Compiler. The Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico. Bureau of American Ethnology, Government Printing Office. 1906.

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