Treaty of La Pointe

The Treaty of La Pointe may refer to either of two treaties made and signed in La Pointe, Wisconsin between the United States and the Ojibwe (Chippewa) Native American peoples. In addition, the Isle Royale Agreement, an adhesion to the first Treaty of La Pointe, was made at La Pointe.

Read more about Treaty Of La Pointe:  1842 Treaty of La Pointe, 1844 Isle Royale Agreement, 1854 Treaty of La Pointe

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... The Ojibwe treaty signatories were # Location Recorded Name Name (Translation/"Alias") Title 1 La Pointe Band Ke-che-waish-ke Gichi-weshkiinh (Great-renewer/"Buffalo") 1st chief 2 La Pointe Band Chay-che ...

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