Document declares the Indians' commitment to the United States and their belief that they shall be brothers with the white man. Dated February 22, 1913, this was signed at the dedication of the proposed National Indian Memorial. This is a print of the original document, circa 1930. Document is signed by many Indians with names and thumbprints. Signatures include Plenty Coups (sometimes seen as Plenty Coos), Red Cloud, Black Wolf, Red Hawk, White Man Runs Him, Wooden Leg, Medicine Crown, Two Moons, Edward Swan, Shoulderblade, Big Mane, Drags Wolf, Little Wolf, Richard Wallace, Frank Schievely, Louis Baker, Milton Whiteman, Willis Rowland, John P. Young, Reuben Estes, Harry Leeds, Reginald Oshkosh, Many Chiefs, Chapman Shanandoah, Angus P. McDonald, Tennyson Berry, Mitchell Waukean, Peter Deanonie, Deanonie, Delos K. Lonewolf, Joseph Packineau, and Robert Summer Yellowtail. President William Howard Taft has signed the document from the hill top of Fort Wadsworth and notes it as the site of the National Indian Memorial.