1786 TREATY OF HOPEWELL
This early treaty was designed to designate land and rights to the Native Americans.
1786 Treaty of Hopewell
1801 TREATY OF FORT ADAMS
This treaty was a description of the rights and limitations between the Choctaw Nation and the United States Government.
1801 Treaty of Fort Adams
1802 TREATY OF FORT CONFEDERATION
In 1802, The U.S. Government developed a treaty that would allow them to redraw old lines of Indian property.
1802 Treaty of Fort Confederation
1803 TREATY OF HOE BUCKINTOOPA
This treaty following the one of Fort Confederation confirmed lines set out in the previous treaty.
1803 Treaty of Hoe Buckintoopa
1805 A TREATY OF LIMITS
Another expansion of land ownership, the United States and Choctaw Nation signed this treaty that took more land east of Choctaw territory for the U.S. Government.
1805 A Treaty of Limits
1805 TREATY OF MOUNT DEXTER
Almost identical in wording when compared to the 1805 Treaty of Limits, the Mount Dexter treaty cedes more Indian land over to the Federal Government. This treaty also outlined what kind of pay would be given as compensation.
1805 Treaty of Mount Dexter
1816 TREATY OF FORT STEPHENS
Eleven years after the Treaty of Mount Dexter, the treaty of Fort Stephens claimed more land east of a new Choctaw boundary. Also outlined was a detailed payment plan that the U.S. Government would enter into with the Choctaw Nation.
1816 Treaty of Fort St. Stephens
1820 TREATY OF DOAK’S STAND
This treaty details the relocation of Choctaw Indians and a proposed process of providing education and hunting supplies to the members of the Choctaw Nation.
1820 Treaty of Doak’s Stand
1825 TREATY OF WASHINGTON CITY
An agreement in which the Choctaw Nation ceded land to the United States in return for annual payments.
1825 Treaty of Washington City
1826 REFUSAL OF CHICKASAWS AND CHOCTAWS
This document refers to the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian’s refusal to give up any more land and move west of the Mississippi.
1826 Refusal of Chickasaws and Choctaws
1830 TREATY OF DANCING RABBIT CREEK
This treaty ceded land to the United States and moved the Choctaw Nation west of the Mississippi.
1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek