Term: Menominee Treaty of 1848
Agreement negotiated October 18 at Lake Poygan, Wis., with the Menominee, who ceded all their remaining lands in Wisconsin; its provisions were not carried out, however, as Chief Oshkosh in 1852 persuaded President Fillmore to permit the tribe to remain on the Wolf River; their current reservation was included in the treaty of 1854.
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[Source: Kappler, Charles Joseph, 1868-1946. Kappler's Indian affairs: laws and treaties. (Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1904-1979). vol. II, pp. 572-574; online at http://digital.library.okstate.edu/kappler/]