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The Navajo Treaty - 1868. I Hope To God You Will Not Ask Me To Go To Any Other Country Except My Own. Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Navajo Tribe Of Indians With A Record Of The Discussions That Led To Its Signing / [Title Page] Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Navajo Tribe Of Indians With A Record Of The Discussions That Led To Its Signing by  Navajo Chief & General William Sherman Barboncito

The Navajo Treaty - 1868. I Hope To God You Will Not Ask Me To Go To Any Other Country Except My Own. Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Navajo Tribe Of Indians With A Record Of The Discussions That Led To Its Signing / [Title Page] Treaty Between The United States Of America And The Navajo Tribe Of Indians With A Record Of The Discussions That Led To Its Signing

by Navajo Chief & General William Sherman Barboncito

9" x 6" in blue printed wrappers. 26 pp. Introduction by Martin A. Link. Black and white photograph of Barboncito. The Navajo Treat of 1868 was an agreement between the Navajo and the US Federal Government signed on June 1, 1868. It ended the Navajo Wars and allowed for the return of those held in internment camps at Fort Sumner. The treaty effectively established the Navajo as a sovereign nation. Includes chapters entitled Council Proceedings, Ration Report, Status Report, and the Treaty. Fine.

Inventory Number: 45870

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