149A

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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
318 1875 9 20-24 149a CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA MANITOBA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS TREATY NO. 5. PARTS OF MANITOBA AND KEEWATIN AND SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS 16 II
398 1875 9 20-24 149a CREE/KILLISTINE MANITOBA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS TREATY NO. 5. PARTS OF MANITOBA AND KEEWATIN AND SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS 16 II
884 1875 9 20-24 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA MANITOBA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS HON. ALEXANDER MORRIS, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR -- BY SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA INDIANS. TREATY NO. 5. PARTS OF MANITOBA AND KEEWATIN AND SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS 16 II
1128 1875 9 20-24 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA MANITOBA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS TREATY NO. 5. PARTS OF MANITOBA AND KEEWATIN AND SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS 16 II
1130 1875 9 27 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA ADHESION TO TREATY NO. 5 20 II
1131 1875 9 28 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA ADHESION TO TREATY NO. 5 21 II
1273 1875 9 20-24 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA AND CREE PARTS OF MANITOBA; KEEWATIN; SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS TREATY NO. 5 -- BY SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA AND CREE INDIANS. PARTS OF MANITOBA AND KEEWATIN AND SASKATCHEWAN DISTRICTS. TO LT. GOV. MORRIS 16 II
1274 1875 9 27 149a SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA TREATY NO. 5 -- ADHESION BY SAULTEAUX OR CHIPPEWA INDIANS 20 II
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  1. Canada Department of Indian Affairs. Indian Treaties and Surrenders, from 1680-1890. Ottawa: S.E. Dawson printer to the King’s most excellent majesty, 1905.