- Map of Fort Madison, 1889
- Sauk Indian Brave
- Drawing of Fort Madison, ca 1808
- Sauk Women and Children, c 1880
- Chief Black Hawk (1767-1838)
- Chief Keokuk (1810?-1848)
- Chief Keokuk, Alan Goodale and Chief Chikaskuk, 1876
- Indian Agents
- Mesquakies Return to Iowa
- Mesquakie Maintain Culture
- Mesquakie Ponder Future
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The United States Government sent Indian Agents into Iowa to smooth relations between Indians and whites. And treaties were negotiated that promised protection and gifts for the Indians in return for their land and an agreement to deal only with the licensed traders. A job of Indian agent required fair-minded men who understood the Indian way of life. They were faced with dishonest whiskey traders, conflict between tribes and the clamoring advance of the white frontier. Settlers, who were anxious to farm the rich land that Indians still occupied.
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