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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
15 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN ALBERMARLE TOWNSHIP, SAUGEEN PENINSULA BRUCE BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
486 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN EASTNOR TOWNSHIP, SAUGEEN PENINSULA BRUCE BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
594 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN SAUGEEN PENINSULA (HEAD, SIR FRANCIS BOND, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR)--BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. SAUGEEN PENINSULA,. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
663 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN KEPPEL TOWNSHIP GREY BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
700 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN LINDSAY TOWNSHIP BRUCE BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
1078 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN ST. EDMUNDS TOWNSHIP BRUCE COUNTY BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
1117 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN OR SAUKING SAUGEEN PENINSULA LAKE HURON SAUGEEN PENINSULA, LAKE HURON. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I
1118 1836 8 9 45.5 SAUGEEN SAUGEEN PENINSULA LAKE HURON BY SAUGEEN INDIANS. THE TOWNSHIP. FOR A GENERAL RESERVE 113 I

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No. 454 To the Saukings: My Children,

You have heard the proposal I have just made to the Chippewas and Ottawas, by which it has been agreed between them and your Great Father that these islands (Manatoulin), on which we are now assembled, should be made, in Council, the property (under your Great Father’s control) of all Indians whom he shall allow to reside on them. I now propose to you that you should surrender to your Great Father the Sauking Territory you at present occupy, and that you should repair either to this island or to that part of your territory which lies on the north of Owen Sound, upon which proper houses shall be built for you, and proper assistance given to enable you to become civilized and to cultivate land, which your Great Father engages for ever to protect for you from the encroachments of the whites. Are you, therefore, the Sauking Indians, willing to accede to this arrangement; if so, affix your marks to this my proposal. Manitowaning, 9th August, 1836.

Witness: T. G. Anverson, S.J.A., Joseph Stinson, Genl. Supt. of Wesleyan Missions, Adam Elliot, James Evans, F.L. Ingall, Lieut. 15th Regt. Commandg. Detacht., Talfourd W. Field, Dist. Agent.

F.B. Head , Metiewabe, Alexander Kaquta Bunevairear, Kowgisawis, Mettawansh.

  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.