Indian Treaties A - C
Appalachicola Treaties – See Muscogee Treaties
Apsalooka Treaties – See Crow Treaties
Bannock Treaties – See Shoshone- Bannock Treaties
Belantske-Etoa Treaties – See Hidatsa Treaties
Blood Treaties – See Blackfeet Treaties
Brothertown – See 1838 Treaty with New York Indians
Cahokia Treaties – See Peoria Treaties
Calapooia Treaties – See Kalapuya Treaties
Cayuse Treaties – See Walla Walla Treaties
Chasta Treaties – See Shasta Treaties
Christian Indians Treaties – See Munsee Treaties
Columbia Treaties – See Colville Confederated Tribes Treaties
Creeks Treaties – See Muscogee Treaties
Who were the Aionai? If you know more about them, please drop us an email through our Contact form. There was one Aionai Treaty with the United States.
The Anadarko Indians were part of the Caddo Confederacy. Anadarko is a derivative of the Caddo town of Nadarko in eastern Texas, and is usually translated to mean “wild honey.” There was only one Anadarko Treaty with the United States.
The Apache Indians signed six different treaties with the United States between 1852 and 1867. The Apache tribes were also affected by fourteen Executive Orders.