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Fortified Village Site

Description of dimensions of a specific village with a rough sketch.

Letter re: Chief Sluskin

A letter where L.V. McWhorter propones "Owhi" as the optimal name for Judge Harcourt's masonic order.

Treaty between the United States and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians in middle Oregon. June 25, 1855. Ratified April 18, 1859.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The treaty was signed in Wasco, Oregon and ratified in 1859 under President James Buchanan.

Supplemental treaty between the United States of America and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians of middle Oregon. Concluded November 15, 1865. Ratification advised March 2, 1867. Proclaimed March 28, 1867.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The supplement establishes specific rights and restrictions by those governed by the Treaty of 1855, including the right to hunt, fish, and gather on one's reservation. The treaty was ratified in 1867 under President Andrew Johnson.

Brave Oregon Warrior on Last Visit to Friends

Newspaper clipping from the Spokesmen Review regarding a Warm Springs tribal member named Tullix Halliquilla, dated 12-23-1906

Supplemental treaty between the United States of America and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians of middle Oregon. Concluded November 15, 1865. Ratification advised March 2, 1867. Proclaimed March 28, 1867.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The supplement establishes specific rights and restrictions by those governed by the Treaty of 1855, including the right to hunt, fish, and gather on one's reservation. The treaty was ratified in 1867 under President Andrew Johnson.

Supplemental treaty between the United States of America and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians of middle Oregon. Concluded November 15, 1865. Ratification advised March 2, 1867. Proclaimed March 28, 1867.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The supplement establishes specific rights and restrictions by those governed by the Treaty of 1855, including the right to hunt, fish, and gather on one's reservation. The treaty was ratified in 1867 under President Andrew Johnson.

Supplemental treaty between the United States of America and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians of middle Oregon. Concluded November 15, 1865. Ratification advised March 2, 1867. Proclaimed March 28, 1867.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The supplement establishes specific rights and restrictions by those governed by the Treaty of 1855, including the right to hunt, fish, and gather on one's reservation. The treaty was ratified in 1867 under President Andrew Johnson.

Supplemental treaty between the United States of America and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians of middle Oregon. Concluded November 15, 1865. Ratification advised March 2, 1867. Proclaimed March 28, 1867.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The supplement establishes specific rights and restrictions by those governed by the Treaty of 1855, including the right to hunt, fish, and gather on one's reservation. The treaty was ratified in 1867 under President Andrew Johnson.

Treaty between the United States and the confederated tribes and bands of Indians in middle Oregon. June 25, 1855. Ratified April 18, 1859.

Published text of a supplement to the Treaty of June 25, 1855 that established sovereignty for many nations on the Columbia Plateau. The treaty was signed in Wasco, Oregon and ratified in 1859 under President James Buchanan.