The Treaty Trail: Isaac Stevens' Treaty Councils 1854-1856
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Present location: Port Townsend, Washington
Ratified: March 8, 1859
Proclaimed: April 11, 1859
The Quinault Reservation. Click to view the whole map.

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Tribes who signed this treaty:

Set their hands and seals, at Olympia, January 25, 1856, and on the Qui-nai-elt River, July 1, 1855 (from the treaty-article 13)

Signed by and between Isaac I. Stevens, governor and superintendent of Indian affairs of the Territory of Washington and the chiefs, headmen, and delegates of the different tribes and bands of the following:

Qui-nai-elt
Quil-leh-ute

Non-Tribal Signers:

M. T. Simmons, Special Indian Agent
H. A. Goldsborough, Commissary
B. F. Shaw, Interpreter
James Tilton, Surveyor-General, Washington Territory
F. Kennedy
J. Y. Miller
H. D. Cock

Ten Treaties were signed in just 13 months
   
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