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Present location: Mukilteo, Washington
Ratified: March 8, 1859
Proclaimed: April 10, 1859
Isaac Stevens' signature and Chief Seattle's X mark on the Point Elliot Treaty.
Tribes who signed this treaty:

At Muckl-te-oh, or Point Elliott, in the territory of Washington

Signed by Isaac I. Stevens, governor and superintendent of Indian affairs for the said Territory and the chiefs, head-men and delegates of the following tribes:

Dwamish
Suquamish
Sk-kahl-mish
Sam-ahmish
Smalh-kamish
Skope-ahmish
St-kah-mish
Snoqualmoo
Skai-wha-mish
N'Quentl-ma-mish
Sk-tah-le-jum
Stoluck-wha-mish
Sno-ho-mish
Skagit
Kik-i-allus
Swin-a-mish
Squin-ah-mish
Sah-ku-mehu
Noo-wha-ha
Nook-wa-chah-mish
Mee-see-qua-guilch
Cho-bah-ah-bish
Chief Seattle, in a photo taken, by Thwaites, Photographer in Portland, Oregon. Picture courtesy of the Washington State Historical Society

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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