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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
9 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA ADELAIDE TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
82 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA ASHFIELD TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
116 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA BIDDULPH TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
125 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA BLANSHARD TOWNSHIP PERTH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
133 1786 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA BOSANQUET TOWNSHIP LAMBTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
156 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA BROOKE TOWNSHIP LAMBTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
248 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA WILMOT; WELLESLEY; MARYBOROUGH; PEEL; MINTO; USBORNE; STEPHEN; HAY; STANLEY; TUCKERSMITH; MCKILLOP; GREY; MORRIS; HULETT; GODERICH; COLBORNE; ASHFIELD; EAST AND WEST WAWANOSH; TURNBERRY; HOWICK; BOSANQUET; PLYMPTON; SARNIA; MOORE; ENNISKILLEN; BROOKE; WARWICK; MCGILLIVRAY; BIDDULPH; WEST WILLIAMS; WEST NISSOURI; EAST WILLIAMS; ADELAIDE; EAST NISSOURI; EAST AND WEST ZORRA TOWNSHIPS WATERLOO; WELLINGTON; PERTH; HURON; LAMBTON; MIDDLESEX; OXFORD PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PARTS OF WILMOT AND WELLESLEY TOWNSHIPS, WATERLOO COUNTY; MARYBOROUGH TOWNSHIP AND PARTS OF PEEL AND MINTO, WELLINGTON COUNTY; ALL PERTH COUNTY; UBSORNE, STEPHEN, HAY, STANLEY, TUCKERSMITH, MCKILLOP, GREY, MORRIS, HULETT, GODERICH AND COLBORNE TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF ASHFIELD, EAST AND WEST WAWANOSH, TURNBERRY AND HOWICK, HURON COUNTY; BOSANQUET, PLYMPTON, SARNIA AND MOORE TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF ENNISKILLEN, BROOKE AND WARWICK, LAMBTON COUNTY; MCGILLIVRAY, BIDDULPH, WEST WILLIAMS AND WEST NISSOURI TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF EAST WILLIAMS AND ADELAIDE, MIDDLESEX COUNTY; EAST NISSOURI AND EAST AND WEST ZORRA TOWNSHIPS, OXFORD COUNTY 65 I
249 1827 7 10 27.5 CHIPPEWA/OJIBBEWA WILMOT; WELLESLEY; MARYBOROUGH; PEEL; MINTO; USBORNE; STEPHEN; HAY; STANLEY; TUCKERSMITH; MCKILLOP; GREY; MORRIS; HULETT; GODERICH; COLBORNE; ASHFIELD; EAST AND WEST WAWANOSH; TURNBERRY; HOWICK; BOSANQUET; PLYMPTON; SARNIA; MOORE; ENNISKILLEN; BROOKE; WARWICK; MCGILLIVRAY; BIDDULPH; WEST WILLIAMS; WEST NISSOURI; EAST WILLIAMS; ADELAIDE; EAST NISSOURI; EAST AND WEST ZORRA TOWNSHIPS WATERLOO; WELLINGTON; PERTH; HURON; LAMBTON; MIDDLESEX; OXFORD CONFIRMATORY SURRENDER. PARTS OF WILMOT AND WELLESLEY TOWNSHIPS, WATERLOO COUNTY; MARYBOROUGH TOWNSHIP AND PARTS OF PEEL AND MINTO, WELLINGTON COUNTY; ALL PERTH COUNTY; UBSORNE, STEPHEN, HAY, STANLEY, TUCKERSMITH, MCKILLOP, GREY, MORRIS, HULETT, GODERICH AND COLBORNE TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF ASHFIELD, EAST AND WEST WAWANOSH, TURNBERRY AND HOWICK, HURON COUNTY; BOSANQUET, PLYMPTON, SARNIA AND MOORE TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF ENNISKILLEN, BROOKE AND WARWICK, LAMBTON COUNTY; MCGILLIVRAY, BIDDULPH, WEST WILLIAMS AND WEST NISSOURI TOWNSHIPS AND PARTS OF EAST WILLIAMS AND ADELAIDE, MIDDLESEX COUNTY; EAST NISSOURI AND EAST AND WEST ZORRA TOWNSHIPS, OXFORD COUNTY 65 I
552 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA GODERICH TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
591 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA HAY TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
608 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA HIBBERT TOWNSHIP PERTH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
615 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA HOWICK TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
619 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA HULETT TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
705 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA LOGAN TOWNSHIP PERTH BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
722 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MCGILLIVRAY TOWNSHIP MIDDLESEX BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
724 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MCKILLOP TOWNSHIP HURON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
781 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MARYBOROUGH TOWNSHIP WELLINGTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
812 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MINTO TOWNSHIP WELLINGTON BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. CONFIRMATORY SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
872 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MOORE TOWNSHIP LAMBTON COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 65 I
880 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MORNINGTON TOWNSHIP PERTH COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 65 I
886 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA MORRIS TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY PROVISIONAL SURRENDER 65 I
919 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA NISSOURI TOWNSHIP, EAST OXFORD COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
921 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA NISSOURI TOWNSHIP, WEST MIDDLESEX COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1010 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA PEEL TOWNSHIP WELLINGTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1029 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP LAMBTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1103 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA SARNIA TOWNSHIP LAMBTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1209 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA STANLEY TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1212 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA STEPHEN TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1295 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA TUCKERSMITH TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1301 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA TURNBERRY TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1321 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA USBORNE TOWNSHIP HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1334 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WALLACE TOWNSHIP PERTH COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1348 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WARWICK TOWNSHIP LAMBTON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1355 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WAWANOSH TOWNSHIP, EAST HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1357 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WAWANOSH TOWNSHIP, WEST HURON COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1362 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WELLESLEY TOWNSHIP WATERLOO COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1384 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WILLIAMS TOWNSHIP, EAST MIDDLESEX COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1386 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WILLIAMS TOWNSHIP, WEST MIDDLESEX COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1388 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA WILMOT TOWNSHIP WATERLOO COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. PART OF TOWNSHIP 65 I
1427 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA ZORRA TOWNSHIP, EAST OXFORD COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I
1429 1825 4 26 27.5 CHIPPEWA ZORRA TOWNSHIP, WEST OXFORD COUNTY BY CHIPPEWA INDIANS. PROVISIONAL SURRENDER. THE TOWNSHIP 65 I

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No. 27.5.

Provisional Agreement made and entered into at Amherstburg, in the Western District of the Province of Upper Canada, this 26th day of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, between James Givins, Esquire, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, in behalf of His Majesty George the Fourth, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c., of the first part, and Waywaynosh, Osaiiawip, Shausquagewan, Schoquona, Puckanonce, Negig, Ogebickin, Macadagicko, Michikehabick, Animickence, Petawwick, Wapagace, Shawwinipenance, Shawginosh, Anotawin, Peneceoquin, Chaogeman, Chikatayan, Mokegewan and Equockegan, Chiefs and Principal Men of that part of the Chippawa Nation of Indians inhabiting and claiming the territory or tract of land hereinafter described, of the second part, Witnesseth: that for and in consideration of the yearly sum of eleven hundred pounds lawful money of the said Province to be paid as hereinafter mentioned, and subject to the conditions hereinafter expressed, the said party of the second part have freely, fully and voluntarily consented to surrender and convey, and by these presents do freely, fully and voluntarily surrender and convey to His said Majesty the following territory or tract of land, which may be known as follows: Commencing on the division line between the Home District and the District of London, at the most northerly angle of the District of Gore, being at the distance of fifty miles on a course north fifty degrees west from the outlet of Burlington Bay on Lake Ontario: thence in a course about north eighty-four degrees west so as to strike Lake Huron ten miles and three-quarters north of the mouth of a large river emptying in the said lake, called by Captain Owen, of the Royal Navy, Red River Jason, seventy miles, more or less, to Lake Huron; then southerly along the shore of Lake Huron, crossing the mouth of said river and following the several turnings and windings of the said lake along the water’s edge to the River St. Clair; thence southerly down the said river, with the stream, until it intersects the northwest angle of the Shawanoe Township at a hickory tree marked with a broad arrow on two sides, half a chain above the mouth of a small river; thence east along the boundary of said township to the northeast angle thereof, nine hundred and twenty-three chains, more or less; thence north two miles; then in a course about north sixty-two degrees thirty minutes east eighty as it will intersect the northwest angle of the said Township of London in a straight line, forty-eight miles more or less to the northwest angle of the said Township of London; thence along the northern boundary of the Township of London in a course north sixty-eight degrees thirty minutes east nine hundred and sixty chains, more or less, to the northeast angle of the said township; thence south twenty-one degrees thirty minutes east along the eastern boundary line of the said Township of London to the purchase line in 1796; thence along the said purchase line, being the northern boundary of Oxford and Dorchester North, in a course north sixty-eight degrees thirty minutes east until it intersects the purchase line in 1792, at the Upper Fork of River La Tranche or Thames, near the southwest angle of the Township of Blandford; thence northerly and westerly up and along the eastern edge of the said river against the stream until it intersects the third line, in a south course from the outlet of Burlington Bay, of the said purchase in 1792; thence north along the said purchase line twenty-four miles, more or less, until it intersects the northern boundary line of the said purchase; thence north forty-five degrees east along the said boundary line twenty miles, more or less, to the place of beginning—reserving the following tracts of land, viz.: Four miles square at some distance below the rapids of the River St. Clair, one mile in front by four deep, bordering on the said River St. Clair, and adjoining to the Shawanoe Township; two miles square at the River aux Sable, which empties into Lake Huron, and two miles at Kettle Point, Lake Huron, containing twenty-three thousand and fifty-four acres, more or less, leaving two million seven hundred and fifty-six thousand nine hundred and sixty acres more or less, for the contents of the purchase. And the said party of the second part, as well for themselves, as for that part of the said Chippawa Nation of Indians inhabiting and claiming the territory or tract of land as hereinbefore described, do freely, fully and voluntarily surrender and convey the same and every part and parcel thereof to His said Majesty, His heirs and successors, without reservation or limitation, in perpetuity; and the said party of the first part, in behalf of His said Majesty, does hereby covenant, promise and agree to pay, or cause to be paid, to the said party of the second part, in manner following, viz.: It is agreed by the contracting parties aforesaid that the aforesaid Chippawa Nation inhabiting and claiming the territory or tract of land as aforesaid is composed of four hundred and forty individuals, each of whom shall be entitled to share equally in the said yearly sum of eleven hundred pounds lawful money as aforesaid, to be paid in goods at the Montreal price, which annuity shall continue to be paid at the rate now fixed on, unless it shall happen that the number of annuitants shall by death or removal fall below half the aforesaid number, in which case the annuity shall be reduced one-half, and continue so reduced until the residue shall in like manner be reduced by one-half, when the annuity shall also decrease in the same proportion, the same principle continuing to prevail. And which said annuity in manner and form as aforesaid the said party of the second part do hereby acknowledge as a full remuneration for the territory or tract of land hereby sold and conveyed to His said Majesty. In Witness Whereof, the respective parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year herein first above mentioned, and in the sixth year of His Majesty’s reign. Signed, sealed and delivered (being first read and explained) in the presence of: R. B. Coles, Major 76th Regt. Comg., W. Bampton, Capt. 16th Regt., J. Kennedy, Lt. 76th Regt., R. Richardson, Surgeon Indian Dept., J. B. Clench, Clerk Indian Affarrs, Gerorge F. Rapp, Interpreter, Indian Dept., Jos. St. Germain, Interpreter, Indian Dept

James Givins, a on the part of the Crown [L.S.] Way-way-nosh, [L.S.] Osaw-a-wip, [L.S.] Showsquagewan, [L.S.] Shoquona, [L.S.] Puckeneuse, [L.S.] Negig, [L.S.] Oge-bick-in, [L.S.] Macadagicko, [L.S.] Michikehabeck, [L.S.] Animickence, [L.S.] Petaw-wick, [L.S.] Wa-pa-gace, [L.S.] Shaw-wine-penence, [L.S.] Shawginosh, [L.S.] Anotowin, [L.S.] Penence-o-quin, [L.S.] Chaoge-man, [L.S.] Chikatayan, [L.S.] Mokegewan, [L.S.] Equoikegan, [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.