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Article Page: Peoria*, etc. X The Peorias, Kaskaskias, Weas, and Piankeshaws, who were confederated in 1864, and at that time had a total pop- ulation of 259, now number 160. They occupy a reservation of 72,000 acres, adjoining the Quapaw Reservation on the south and west Under treaties made with these tribes in 1832, they re- moved to a tract within the present limits of Kansas, where they remained until after the treaty of 1867 was concluded with them, in which treaty provision was made whereby they obtained their present reservation. These Indians are generally intelligent, well advanced in civilization, and, to judge from the statistical reports of their agent, are very successful in their agricultural operations, raising crops ample for their own support. With the Peorias are about forty Miamis from Kansas. They have one school in oper- ation, with an attendance of twenty-nine scholars,