As seen at FamilySearch, Livingston County, New York, Deeds 1819-1828.
The Indian right was extinguished at a Treaty held in the Village of Moscow on the third day of September last under the authority of the United States....
Another deed with Henry Gibson was 4-6910 January 1824
To Thomas Ward
Gardeau Reservation purchased by Henry Gibson of Elisha Higbee on 30 May last
From History of Livingston County:
In September, 1825 (or September 3, 1823), an Indian treaty was held at Moscow in the Academy. It was a quiet affair, and the place selected probably on account of its freedom from excitement or interruption. Not more than one hundred persons were present at any time. Major Carroll of Groveland, Judge Howell of Canandaigua, and Nathaniel Gorham, attended on the part of the United States. Jasper Parrish and Horatio Jones acted as official interpreters. A large number of Seneca chiefs were present, and took part. Mary Jemison was also there, and formally sold her *Gardeau reservation to Henrv B. Gibson, Micah Brooks and Jellis Clute.
*The southwestern portion of the town consisted of the Gardeau or White Woman's Reservation and was not in market till about 1823