Which of the following best describes the relationship between General Jesup and Osceola?

Jesup served as the American agent to the Seminole Indians, and even though he thought he and Osceola were friends, Osceola later shot and killed him.

Jesup led the U.S. Army in relocating the Seminoles to Oklahoma territory, and he signed a treaty with Osceola resulting in a peaceful relocation to reservations.

Jesup was in charge of U.S. troops during the Seminole War, and he captured Osceola by tricking him into thinking he was attending a peaceful meeting.

Jesup served as general during the Second Seminole War and developed an agreement with Osceola that allowed the Seminoles to stay as long as they abided by Florida laws.

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