Cayuga Indians. Answer of the United States. Amer-ican and British Claims Arbitration. CANADA. - CAYUGA Indians.

Cayuga Indians. Answer of the United States. Amer-ican and British Claims Arbitration.

N.p. N.p. [1914]. 1914. Hardcover. 23.5cm, 133p., addendum, black pebbled cloth, gilt spine titles, fine (cdn) - American arguments against Cayuga tribal claims to land in New York State believed promised in the Treaty of Ghent and formally presented by the British Government. The agent for the United States, Robert Lansing, lists extensive reasons for the claim being dismissed. Lansing (1864-1928) was a noted counsel in arbitration cases and an authority on international law. The Cayugas, part of the Iroquois Confederacy , fought on the British side in the American Revolution and over half the tribe moved to Canada after the war. Fine. Item #21008

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