Treaty of the Cedars

© Photographed August 28, 2016
Little Chute, Outagamie County, Wisconsin
44° 16.878′ N, 88° 19.674′ W
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Near this site September 3, 1836
The Menominee Indians ceded to The United States
by THE TREATY OF THE CEDARS
Four million acres between the Fox, Wolf and Menominee Rivers
Signed by HENRY DODGE Territorial Governor
OSHKOSH Menominee Head Chief

The marker is located at a roadside turnout on eastbound West Main Street / Wisconsin Highway 96, at its intersection with Washington Street, Little Chute, Wisconsin 54140.

NOTE: The marker is not visible from the road; however, it's easy to find because of the "Historical Marker" signs indicating its location.

Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties: Treaty with the Menominee, 1836

The Menominee Treaty at the Cedars, 1836, by Louise Phelps Kellogg

See also, Marker 77: Treaty of the Cedars, also at this location.



 Looking south along the Fox River from the marker location,
with the North Washington Street Bridge in the distance.

 Marker 77: Treaty of the Cedars, is also at this location.

visible in the distance, to the right.


Plenty of signage leading to the marker location.
 

The marker is located in Little Chute, Wisconsin.

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