Title: Treaty Number 1, 3 August 1871
Source: Archives of Manitoba, MG1 A5, Indians Treaty No. 1
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maintain perpetual peace between
themselves and Her Majesty's
White subjects, and not to interfere
with the property or in any way
molest the persons of Her
Majesty's white or other subjects.
Majesty's said Commissioner
and the said Indian Chiefs
have hereunto subscribed and
set their hand and seal at
Lower Fort Garry, this day and
year herein first above named.
Signed, sealed and (Signed)
delivered in the presence Wemyss M. Simpson, [L.S.]
of, the same having been Indian Commissioner,
first read and explained: Mis-koo-kee-new, or
Signed, Red Eagle
Adams G. Archibald, (Henry Prince),
Lieut.-Gov. of Man. and his x mark
N.W. Territories. Ka-ke-ka-penais (or
James McKay, P.L.C. Bird For Ever),
A. G. Irvine, Major William
Abraham Cowley, Pennefather
his x mark
Wa-Sha-Ke-penais or
Flying down Bird
his x mark

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