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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
75 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA ANSON TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
76 1818 8 5 20 CHIPPEWA ANSTRUTHER TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
84 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA ASPHODEL TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
110 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA BELMONT TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
115 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA BEXLEY TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
162 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA BURLEIGH TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
206 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA CARDEN TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
207 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA CARDIFF TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISION SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
208 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA CARTWRIGHT TOWNSHIP DURHAM BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
215 1818 5 5 20 CHIPPEWA CAVAN TOWNSHIP DURHAM BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
216 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA CAVENDISH TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
228 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA CHANDOS TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
245 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA RYDE; MUSKOKA; MORRISON; DRAPER; OAKLEY; RAMA; MARA; SCUGOG; CARTWRIGHT; ANVERS; CAVAN; ANSON; LUTTERWORTH; SNOWDON; GLAMORGAN; HINDON; STANHOPE; MINDEN; DYSART; DUDLEY; MONMOUTH; CARDIFF; HERSCHEL; FARADAY; WOLLASTON; LAKE; SOUTH MONAGHAN; SEYMOUR TOWNSHIPS ONTARIO; VICTORIA; PETERBOROUGH; DURHAM; HALIBURTON; HASTINGS; NORTHUMBERLAND PROVISIONAL. RYDE TOWNSHIP AND PARTS OF MUSKOKA, MORRISON, DRAPER AND OAKLEY, MUSKOKA DISTRICT; RAMA, MARA, AND SCUGOG TOWNSHIPS, ONTARIO COUNTY; ALL VICTORIA COUNTY; ALL PETERBOROUGH COUNTY; CARTWRIGHT, MANVERS AND CAVAN TOWNSHIPS, DURHAM COUNTY; ANSON, LUTTERWORTH, SNOWDOWN AND GLAMORGAN TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF HINDON, STANHOPE, MINDEN, DYSART, DUDLEY, MONMOUTH AND CARDIFF, HALIBURTON COUNTY; PARTS OF HERSCHEL, FARADAY, WOLLASTON AND LAKE TOWNSHIPS, HASTINGS COUNTY; SOUTH MONAGHAN TOWNSHIP AND PART OF SEYMOUR, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 48 I
415 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DALTON TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
443 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DIGBY TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
449 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DOURO TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
454 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DRAPER TOWNSHIP MUSKOKA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISION SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
457 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DUDLEY TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
466 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DUMMER TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
481 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA DYSART TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
499 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA ELDON TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
506 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA EMILY TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
514 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA ENNISMORE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
534 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA GALWAY TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
550 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA GLAMORGAN TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
582 1818 5 11 20 CHIPPEWA (TORN)-EY TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
607 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA HERSCHEL TOWNSHIP HASTINGS BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
610 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA HINDON TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
687 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA LAKE TOWNSHIP HASTINGS BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISION SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
695 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA LAXTON TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
708 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA LONGFORD TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
713 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA LUTTERWORTH TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
762 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MANVERS TOWNSHIP DURHAM BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
763 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MARA TOWNSHIP ONTARIO BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISISONAL SURRENDER 48 I
766 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MARIPOSA TOWNSHIP VICTORIA BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
793 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA METHUEN TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
811 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MINDEN TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
864 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MONAGHAN TOWNSHIP, NORTH PETERBOROUGH COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 48 I
865 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MONAGHAN TOWNSHIP, SOUTH NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 48 I
867 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MONMOUTH TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 48 I
888 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MORRISON TOWNSHIP MUSKOKA DISTRICT PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 48 I
901 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA MUSKOKA TOWNSHIP MUSKOKA DISTRICT PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 43 I
935 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA OAKLEY TOWNSHIP MUSKOKA DISTRICT BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
962 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPPEWA OPS TOWNSHIP VICTORIA COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
978 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA OTONABEE TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1047 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA RAMA TOWNSHIP ONTARIO COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1076 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA RYDE TOWNSHIP MUSKOKA DISTRICT BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1143 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA SCUGOG TOWNSHIP ONTARIO COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1150 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA SEYMOUR TOWNSHIP NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
1193 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA SMITH TOWNSHIP PETERBOROUGH COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1195 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA SNOWDON TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1198 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA SOMMERVILLE TOWNSHIP VICTORIA COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1208 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA STANHOPE TOWNSHIP HALIBURTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I
1328 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA VERULAM TOWNSHIP VICTORIA COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 48 I
1391 1818 11 5 20 CHIPPEWA WOLLASTON TOWNSHIP HASTINGS COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 48 I


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No. 20.

Articles Of Provisional Agreement entered into on Thursday, the fifth day of November, 1818, between the Honorable William Claus, Deputy Superintendent. General of Indian Affairs, in behalf of His Majesty, of the one part, and Buckquaquet, Chief of the Eagle Tribe; Pishikinse, Chief of the Rein Deer Tribe; Pahtosh, Chief of the Crane Tribe; Cahgahkishinse, Chief of the Pike Tribe; Cahgagewin, of the Snake Tribe; and Pininse, of the White Oak Tribe, Principal Men of the Chippewa Nation of Indians inhabiting the back parts of the New Castle District, of the other part, Witnesseth: that for and in consideration of the yearly sum of seven hundred and forty 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: A tract of land situate between the western boundary line of the Home District and extending northerly to a bay at the northern entrance of Lake Simcoe, in the Home District, commencing on the western division line of the Midland District at the north-west angle of the Township of Rawdon; then north sixteen degrees west thirty-three miles, or until it strikes the line forty-five; then along said line to a bay at the northern entrance of Lake Simcoe; then southerly along the water’s edge to the entrance of Talbot River; then up Talbot River to the eastern boundary line of the Home District; then along said boundary line south sixteen degrees east to the north-west angle of the township of Darlington; then along the northern boundary line of the townships of Darlington, Clarke, Hope and Hamilton to the Rice Lake; then along the southern shore of said lake and of the River Trent to the western division line of the Midland District; then north sixteen degrees west to the place of beginning, containing about one million nine hundred and fifty-one thousand acres. And the said Buckquaquet, Pishikinse, Pahtosh, Cahgahkishinse, Cahgagewin and Pininse, 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, fotever, the said sum of seven hundred and forty 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 Hope, Smith’s Creek. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of J. Givins, 8.I.A. Wm. Hanps, Sen., Clerk Ind. Dept. Wm. Gruet, Interpreter, Ind. Dept.

W. Claus, Depy. Supt. Gen. I.A., on behalf of the Crown. [L.8.] Buckquaquet, [L.S.] Pishikinse, [L.S.] Pahtosh, [L.S.] Cahgahkishinse, [L.S.] Cahgagewin, [L.S.] Pininse, [L.S.]

The manner in which the yearly payment was to have been made to you, for the lands which you had ceded to the Crown on the fifth day of November, 1818, not having been sufficiently explicit and defined in the Provisional Agreement : In order to obviate any difficulty or misconstruction which might hereafter arise I have called you together for the purpose of explaining to you the manner in which it is intended that the payment shall be made and in order that you may subscribe your names on the back of the Provisional Agreement as acquiescing and approving of the same as follows. viz.:—Every man, woman and child to receive to the amount of ten dollars in goods at the Montreal prices, so long as such man, woman or child shall live, but such annuity to cease and be discontinued to be paid in right of any individual who may have died between the respective periods of payment, and the several individuals then living, only, shall be considered as entitled to receive the yearly payment of ten dollars in goods as above stated.

  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.