Caleb HvizdakMr.ConlonHistory 1116, February 2019Primary Source 21.The treaty with the Delawares: 1778 was an agreement to make peace with the Delaware nation. The treaty talks about all of the duties each nation has acquired with their newfound friendship. Article 3 talks about war and how the Delaware will be payed to provide for U.S soldiers and can even fight with them. Article 4 explains the consequences of breaking the treaty and how each nation will not help any enemy of the other nation. Article 5 talks about trade plans between the nations and how the U.S will try to supply the Delaware nation with goods that are needed to live. Article 6 closes out the treaty by talking about how the U.S does not intend to take over the Delaware’s land but to form an alliance with them and other nations.The treaty with the Chickasaw: 1816 was an agreement to make peace with the Chickasaw and buy land off of them. The treaty mostly talks about all of the boundaries and who will own the newly bought land. Article 1 establishes peace between the two nations. Article 2-5 talks about how much the U.S will pay the Chickasaw for land and establishes the boundaries between the nations land. Article 6 talks about who shall get paid after the ratification of the treaty. Article 7 closes out the treaty by eliminating trade between people of both nations because it has only caused problems in the past. The Treaty with the Delawares: 1778 and The Treaty with the Chickasaw: 1816 had some similarconcerns. Both treaties wanted to make sure they established and kept peace with both the Delaware and Chickasaw nations. “Peace and friendship are hereby firmly established, and perpetuated, between the United States of America and Chickasaw nation.”(1) “That a perpetual peace and friendship shall from henceforth take place, and subsist between the contracting: parties aforesaid, through all succeeding generations…”(2) Both treaties also established land boundaries. The treaties both gave a specific set land that both the Chickasaw and Delaware could reside on without be bothered by the American citizens.