Summary of Isle Royale Agreement - 1844 Agreement with the Anishinaabeg of Grand Portage Note: The Anishinaabeg of Grand Portage were initially excluded from the Treaty of 1842. Through the 1844 Agreement, Grand Portage became signatories to the 1842 Treaty.
Treaty with the Chippewa of the Mississippi and Lake Superior - 1847 Total land cession in the Gull Lake and Crow Wing areas; No reservation established for the Gull Lake Band. Usufructuary rights maintained under the Treaty of 1837.
Treaty of with the Chippewa - 1854 Treaty at La Pointe with the Lake Superior and Mississippi Anishinaabeg. Although not mentioned specifically, the 1854 did not extinguish the usufructuary rights under the Treaty of 1837.
Treaty with the Chippewa - 1855 Treaty at Washington with the Mississippi, Pillager, Winnibigoshish and Anishinaabeg Note: Although not mentioned specifically, the 1855 Treaty did not extinguish the usufructuary rights under the Treaty of 1837.
Ojibwe Treaty Statement - 1864 Delegation of Minnesota and Wisconsin Ogimaag who traveled to Washington to file a list of grievances including treaty violations of the treaties of 1825, 1826, 1837, 1842, 1854, and 1847. Note: Spelling is as it appears in the original document.
United States v. Oregon - 1985 Court Case involving the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakima Indian Nation; the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon; Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in regard to the need to afford treaty rights equal treatment with other uses.
State of Minnesota v. Russell Shabaiash, et al. - 1992 Court Case in which three Anishinaabeg men spearfishing in 1854 Ceded Lands were charged with fishing violations because they were not members of the bands subject to the Treaty.
Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Tribal - USDA Forest Service Relations on National Forest Lands within the Territories Ceded in Treaties of 1837, 1837 and 1842 From the Voigt Inter-Tribal Task Force 1999. Although this Memorandum covers National Forest land in Wisconsin, it provides a reference point for usufructuary rights on Ceded Lands located on National Forest land in the U.S.