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In 1825, the Government of the United States and the Osage chiefs signed a treaty that allowed free passage along the Santa Fe Trail for Americans and Mexicans — in exchange for $800. The tree under which it was signed no longer stands, but the remaining stump is a shrine at Council Oak.
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