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Tecumseh (1768—1813) leader of the Shawnee Indians

 

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Peace Chief

On the limits of liberal peace: Chiefs and democratic decentralization in post-war Sierra Leone

ROY, Ferdinand (1873 - 1948), Judge of the Sessions of the Peace; Chief District Magistrate, Quebec

Perpetual Treaty of Peace between the King and Chiefs of New Calabar and the King and Chiefs of Bonny (West Africa), signed 19 November 1879

Treaty of Peace in Perpetuity between the Chiefs of the Arabian Coast (Trucial Sheikhdoms of Oman), signed 4 May 1853

Agreement between Great Britain and the Chiefs of Aghwey (West Africa) relating to Peace with Little Popo, signed at Aghwey, 20 April 1864

Treaty of peace and amity between France and the Chiefs of Souna (Haute-Cazamance) (West Africa), signed 14 February 1861

Terms of Peace between Great Britain and the King and Chiefs of Quiah (West Africa), signed at Freetown, 24 January/1 February 1862

Treaty of Peace and Commerce between France and the Chief of Dimar (West Africa), signed at Saint-Louis, 18 June 1858

Treaty of Peace and Amity between France and the Chief of Toro (Senegal), signed at Guédé, 10 April 1859

Agreement for Peace between Great Britain and the Chiefs of the Sherbro and Mendi People (Gbah) (West Africa), signed at Sennehoo, 21 December 1875

Treaty of Peace between the Kings and Chiefs of Bonny and Opobo, signed at the River Opobo, 3 January 1873

Treaty of Peace between France and the Chiefs of Bambouk (Kakadian) (Africa), signed at Kakadian, 9 January 1887

Treaty of Peace between France and the Chiefs of Bambouk (Borokoué) (Africa), signed at Borokoué, 10 January 1887

Treaty of Peace between France and the Chiefs of Bambouk (Makana and Niagala) (Africa), signed at Sékékoto, 13 January 1887

Treaty of Peace between France and the Chiefs of Diébédougou (Africa), signed at Kassana, 9 February 1887

Treaty of Peace and Alliance between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Mataram Chiefs, signed at Soka, 31 August 1679

Treaty of Peace between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and Mataram Chiefs, signed at Batoe, 19 November 1679

Treaty of Peace, Amity and Commerce between France and the Chief of Tuabo (Senegal), signed 15 August 1837

 

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A chief who illegally cedes lands to whites, a term used disparagingly by the Shawnee chief Tecumseh at the signing of the Treaty of Greenville (Ohio) in August 1795. Tecumseh ...

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