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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
49 1779 8 2 152 AMALECITE OR MALECITE LT. GOV. HUGHES ST JOHN RIVER; ST ANNS POINT; INDIAN ISLAND NEW BRUNSWICK BY LT.-GOV. HUGHES. FIVE HUNDREDS ACRES ON ST JOHN RIVER AND 4 ACRES AT ST ANN'S POINT, ALSO INDIAN ISLAND, NEW BRUNSWICK 28 II
617 1779 8 2 152 ST JOHN RIVER; INDIAN ISLAND; ST ANN'S POINT NEW BRUNSWICK (HUGHES, RICHARD, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR)--FIVE HUNDRED ACRES ON ST JOHN RIVER, ALSO INDIAN ISLAND, AND FOUR ACRES AT ST ANN'S POINT, NEW BRUNSWICK. GRANT TO MALECITE INDIANS 28 II
626 1779 8 2 152 LT. GOV. HUGHES INDIAN ISLAND ST JOHN RIVER (INDIAN ISLAND, ST JOHN RIVER, N.B.)--GRANT BY LT. GOV. HUGHES. TO MALECITE INDIANS 28 II
909 1779 8 2 152 LT. GOV. HUGHES ST. JOHN RIVER; INDIAN ISLAND; ST. ANN'S POINT NEW BRUNSWICK GRANT BY LT. GOV. HUGHES. FIVE HUNDRED ACRES ON ST. JOHN RIVER; ALSO INDIAN ISLAND, AND FOUR ACRES AT ST. ANN'S POINT. TO MALECITE INDIANS 28 II
1077 1779 8 2 152 LT. GOV. HUGHES ST. ANN'S POINT ST. JOHN RIVER GRANT BY LT. GOV. HUGHES. FOUR ACRES. TO MALECITE INDIANS 28 II
1081 1779 8 2 152 LT. GOV. HUGHES ST. JOHN RIVER; INDIAN ISLAND; ST. ANN'S POINT NEW BRUNSWICK GRANT BY LT. GOV. HUGHES. FIVE HUNDRED ACRES, ALSO INDIAN ISLAND AND 4 ACRES AT ST. ANN'S POINT. TO MALECITE INDIANS 28 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.