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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
11 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA ADELAIDE TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 47 I
12 1819 5 31 18 CHIPPEWA ADJALA TOWNSHIP SIMCOE BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 47 I
52 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA AMARANTH TOWNSHIP DUFFERIN BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
79 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA ARTEMESIA TOWNSHIP GREY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
244 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA ST VINCENT; EUPHRASIA; ARTEMESIA; PRONTON; COLLINGWOOD; OSPREY; WEST LUTHER; NOTTAWASAGA; SUNNIDALE; TOSORONTIA; ADJALA; TECUMSETH; WEST GWILLIMBURY; INNISFIL; ESSA; VESPRA; FLOS TOWNSHIPS GREY; WELLINGTON; DUFFERIN EXCEPT EAST GARAFRAXA TOWNSHIP; SIMCOE PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. ST VINCENT, EUPHRASIA, ARTEMESIA, PRONTON, COLLINGWOOD, AND OSPREY TOWNSHIPS, GREY COUNTY; WEST LUTHER TOWNSHIP, WELLINGTON COUNTY; DUFFERIN COUNTY EXCEPT EAST GARAFRAXA TOWNSHIP; NOTTAWASAGA, SUNNIDALE, TOSORONTIA, ADJALA, TECUMSETH, WEST GWILLIMBURY, INNISFIL AND ESSA TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF VESPRA AND FLOS, SIMCOE COUNTY 47 I
388 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA COLLINGWOOD TOWNSHIP GREY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
520 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA ESSA TOWNSHIP SIMCOE BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
526 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA EUPHRASIA TOWNSHIP GREY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
528 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA FLOS TOWNSHIP SIMCOE BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 47 I
576 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA GWILLIMBURY TOWNSHIP, WEST SIMCOE BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
627 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA INNISFIL TOWNSHIP SIMCOE BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
711 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA LUTHER TOWNSHIP, EAST DUFFERIN BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
712 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA LUTHER TOWNSHIP, WEST WELLINGTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
787 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA MELANCTHON TOWNSHIP DUFFERIN BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
868 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA MONO TOWNSHIP DUFFERIN COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 47 I
898 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA MULMUR TOWNSHIP DUFFERIN COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
977 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA OSPREY TOWNSHIP GREY COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1040 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA PROTON TOWNSHIP GREY COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1090 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA ST. VINCENT TOWNSHIP GREY COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1223 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA SUNNIDALE TOWNSHIP SIMCOE COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1227 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA TECUMSEH TOWNSHIP SIMCOE COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1246 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA TOSORONTIO TOWNSHIP SIMCOE COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 47 I
1330 1818 10 17 18 CHIPPEWA VESPRA TOWNSHIP SIMCOE COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 47 I

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No. 18. Articles Of Provisional Agreement entered into on Saturday, the seventeenth day of October, 1818, between the Honourable William Claus, Deputy Superintendent General of Indian Affairs in behalf of His Majesty, of the one part, and Musquakie, or Yellow Head, Chief of the Rein Deer Tribe, Kaqueticum, Chief of the Cat Fish Tribe, Maskigonce of the Otter Tribe, Manitonobe of the Pike Tribe, Principal Men of the Chippewa Nation of Indians, inhabiting the northern parts of the unpurchased lands within the Home District, of the other part, Witnesseth: that for and in consideration of the yearly sum of twelve hundred pounds, Province currency, in goods at the Montreal price to be well and truly paid yearly and every year by His said Majesty to the said Chippewa Nation, inhabiting and claiming the said tract, which may be otherwise known as follows: Bounded by the District of London on the west, by Lake Huron on the north, by the Penetangueshine purchase (made in 1815) on the east, by the south shore of Kempenfelt Bay, the western shore of Lake Simcoe and Cook’s Bay and the Holland River to the northwest angle of the Township of King, containing by computation one million five hundred and ninety-two thousand acres; and the said Musquakie, Kaqueticum, Maskigonce and Manitonobie, as well for themselves as for the Chippewa Nation inhabiting and claiming the said tract of land as above described, do freely, fully and voluntarily surrender and convey the same to His Majesty without reservation or limitation in perpetuity. And the said William Claus, in behalf of His Majesty, does hereby promise and agree to pay to the said Nation of Indians inhabiting as above mentioned, yearly and every year forever, the said sum of twelve hundred pounds currency in goods at the Montreal price, which sum the said Chiefs and Principal People parties hereunto acknowledge as a full consideration for the Lands hereby sold and conveyed to His Majesty. In Witness Whereof, the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals on the day first above mentioned in the Township of King. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of: J. Givins Supt. Indian Affairs, Alex. Mcdonell, Asst. Sec’y Indian Affairs. John Claus. True Copy, W. Claus, Dep. Supt. Gen. Indian Affairs.

W. Claus, Dep. Supt. Gen., on behalf of the Crown, [L.S.] Musquakin, or Yellow Head, [L.S.] Kaqueticum, or Snake, [L.S.] Muskigonce, or Swamp, [L.S.] Manitonobe, or Male Devil, [L.S.] Manitobinince, or Devil's Bird, [L.S.]

  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.