Minutes, 10 March 1844

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names of those tribes Menomonees, Chippewa and Winnebagoes, they informed us that all the land above the falls belongs to the Menomonee tribe, and that the Agents & the Governor, the general Agent in the North West of all the Indian affairs, had agreed with them to remove all the lumbermen from , Chippewa and Lemanware [Lemonware] rivers by their request, but after a lengthy conversation with them they felt to treat us as their friends and not their enemies—
We dispatched two messengers (namely) and to go immediately to , where they met with the Agent, who give them to understand we could get the timber which is already cut at a [p. [11]]
names of those tribes Menomonees, Chippewa and Winnebagoes, they informed us that all the land above the falls belongs to the Menomonee tribe, and that the Agents & the Governor, the general Agent in the North West of all the Indian affairs, had agreed with them to remove all the lumbermen from , Chippewa and Lemanware Lemonware rivers by their request, but after a lengthy conversation with them they felt to treat us as their friends and not their enemies—
We dispatched two messengers (namely) and to go immediately to , where they met with the Agent, who give them to understand we could get the timber which is already cut at a [p. [11]]
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