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Copy of treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians

Canada. Laws, statutes, etc.

Copy of treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians

and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with adhesions.

by Canada. Laws, statutes, etc.

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Published by Queen"s Printer in [Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cree Indians,
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Treaties

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCopy of treaty number six between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. ;
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19224697M

    ARTICLES OF A TREATY made and concluded this third day of August in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, between Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland by Her Commissioner, Wemyss M. Simpson, Esquire, of the one part, and the Chippewa and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians, inhabitants of the country within the limits hereinafter .


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Copy of treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians by Canada. Laws, statutes, etc. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Copy of treaty no. 6 between her majesty the queen and the plain and wood cree indians and other tribes of indians at fort carlton, fort pitt and battle river with adhesions roger duhamel, f.r.s.c.

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6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions ROGER DUHAMEL, F.R.S.C. QUEEN'S PRINTER AND CONTROLLER OF STATIONERY OTTAWA, Cat.

No.: R IAND Publication No. QSEE-A-1 Treaty No. Treaty No 6 Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and Other Tribes of Indians [Various] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Treaty No 6 Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and Other Tribes of IndiansAuthor: Various. Copy of treaty no. 6 made 9th September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River [microform] Item : Copy of treaty no.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesions. Treaty with Plain, Wood Cree and other Indians, occupying land located in central Alberta and in central Saskatchewan.

Treaty No. ARTICLES OF A TREATY made and concluded near Carlton on the 23rd day of August and on the 28th day of said month, respectively, and near Fort Pitt on the 9th day of September, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six, between Her Most Gracious Majesty.

Full text of "Copy of treaty no. 6 made 9th September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River.

copy of treaty no. 6 between her majesty the queen and the plain and wood cree indians and other tribes of indians at fort carlton, fort pitt and battle river with adhesions roger duhamel, f.r.s.c. queen's printer and controller of stationery ottawa, cat.

no.: r iand publication no. qsee-a-1 treaty no. Copy of Treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesions.

Author: Canada. Treaty 6 is the sixth of seven numbered treaties that were signed by the Canadian Crown and various First Nations between and Specifically, Treaty 6 is an agreement between the Crown and the Plains and Woods Cree, Assiniboine, and other band governments at Fort Carlton and Fort on: Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt.

"Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions".

Ottawa: Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery. IAND Publication No. QSEE-A ↑ Taylor (), p. 1 2 Asch (), p. ↑ Chalmers (), p.

Bound with: Copy of Treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with adhesions -- Copy of treaty and supplementary treaty no. 7 made 22nd Sept., and 4th Dec.,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Blackfeet and other Indian Tribes, at the Blackfoot crossing of Bow River and Fort.

Canada. Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions (). Ottawa: Queen’s Printer edition, The reproduction photocopy of the printed version of Treaty No.

6 provides the Articles of TreatyFile Size: 1MB. Copy of treaty no. 6 made 9th September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River.

Copy of treaty no. 6 made 9th September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?]. Treaty no. 5 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians at Beren's River and Norway House with adhesions Call Number: KIB Copy of Treaty no.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesionsAuthor: Alexander Burdett. Treaty No. 4 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux Tribes of Indians at the Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice.

Pictograph made by Chief Paskwa in describing Treaty 4. 15–25 September Fort Qu'Appelle, Fort Ellice. § List of Treaty 4 First Nations. Treaty 4 is a treaty established between Queen Victoria and the Cree and Location: Fort Qu'Appelle, Fort Ellice.

Here is a text of Treaty 6 taken from the Canadian Government Website. Treaty Texts - Treaty No. 6 Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions. copy of treaty and supplementary treaty no.

7, made 22nd sept., and 4th dec,between her majesty the queen and the blackfeet and other indian tribes, at the blackfoot crossing of bow riverFile Size: 48KB. between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions ROGER DUHAMEL, F.R.S.C.,QUEEN‘S PRINTER AND CONTROLLER OF STATIONERY, OTTAWA,Cat.

No.: R, IAND Publication No. QSEE-A Size: KB. Here is a text of Treaty 6 taken from the Canadian Government Website. Treaty Texts - Treaty No. 6 Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions.

Ottawa: Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery, (14p.). Also published, Copy of treaty no. 4 and supplementary treaty made 15th and 21st September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice, [Ottawa?]: [s.n.], [?].

Subject headings: Indians of North America. Copy of treaty and supplementary treaty no. 7 made 22nd Sept. and 4th Dec.,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Blackfeet and other Indian tribes at the Blackfoot crossing of Bow River and Fort McCleod [microform] by Canada.

Treaties, etc. Sept. 22Pages: Treaty 6 is an agreement between the Canadian monarch and the Plain and Wood Cree, Assiniboine, and other band governments of First Nations at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle area agreed upon by the Plain and Wood Cree represents most of the central area of the current provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba band also signed on to the treaty by adhesion in Treaty 5 Between Her Majesty The Queen and The Saulteaux and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians The Saulteaux and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians and all other the Indians inhabiting the district hereinafter described and defined, do hereby cede, release, surrender and yield up to the Government of the Dominion of Canada, for Her Majesty the Queen.

Treaty no. 4 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice (Title ) Copy of Treaty no.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesions (Title ). Copy of treaty no. 4 and supplementary treaty made 15th and 21st September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice [microform]Pages:   Copy of treaty made 3rd October,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Salteaux tribe of the Ojibbeway Indians at the North West Angle of the Lake of the Woods [microform] by Canada.

Treaties, etc. Oct. 3Pages: Treaty no. 4 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice (Title ) Copy of Treaty no. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesions (Title ) Creek Indians.

We, members of the Cree, Saulteaux and Stonie Tribes of Indians, having had communication of the treaty hereto annexed, made on the 15th day of September last between Her Majesty the Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux Indians and other Indians at the Qu'Appelle Lakes, but not having been present at the councils held at the Qu'Appelle Lakes.

Copy of treaty no. 6 made 9th September,between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort. en Government of Canada; Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Treaty Guide to Treaty No. 6 () Electronic version of Treaty No.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions. A number of First Nation and Inuit communities in Labrador, Northern Québec, Manitoba and British Columbia have signed tripartite self-government agreements and are no longer funded through or.

Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Chippewa and Cree Indians Copy of Treaty No. 6 Made 9th September, Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians. Where Three Rivers Meet - The Story of Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation. On the Indian Trail.

Treaty 6 is an agreement between the Canadian monarch and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle area agreed upon by the Plain and Wood Cree represents most of the central area of the current provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba band also signed on to the treaty by adhesion in Copy of Treaty no.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River, with adhesions [microform].

[Ottawa: R. Duhamel, Queen's Printer, ]. 32 p. ; 25 cm. OCLC # = | View full record. Title Grinnell, George Bird, “It is further agreed between Her Majesty and the said Indians. That a medicine chest shall be kept at the house of each Indian Agent for the use and benefit of the Indians at the direction of such agent.” Photo Credit: Ben Wuttunee – Copy of Treaty No.

6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree and other Tribes of. Broken Treaties: United States and Canadian Relations with the Lakotas and the Plains Cree, St. Germain, Jill: VIEW: Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with Adhesions: Morris, Alexander: VIEW.

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Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty the Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with adhesions.

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