PamphletJohnson, Andrew. Supplemental Article to the Treaty of November 15, 1861 Between the United States of American and the Pottawatomie Tribe of Indians. Supplement to the Treaty of 1861, which saw the Potawatomi Tribe cede more of its land in Kansas Territory. The 1861 treaty initiated the process for acquiring fee-simple land allotments and U.S. citizenship for almost two-thirds of its members. This group, which became known as the Citizen Potawatomi, was among the first tribes to enter into a treaty agreement that included both conditions. Those Potawatomi living on the Kansas River Reservation who opted out of the treaty agreement became known as the Prairie Band and continued to hold their land communally. This supplemental article amends the treaty to include "all adult persons of said tribe without distinction of sex... the "beneficial provisions" of the treaty. Concluded March 29, 1866, ratification advised, April 26, 1866, proclaimed May 5, 1866. Some tanning to extremities but overall in very good condition.