Title: Treaty Number 1, 3 August 1871
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Source: Archives of Manitoba, MG1 A5, Indians Treaty No. 1
Page 3 of 13

Transcription

And whereas the Indians of the
said tract, duly convened in council
as aforesaid, and being requested by
Her Majesty's said Commissioner
to name certain Chiefs and Head-
men who should be authorized on
their behalf to conduct such
negotiations and sign any Treaty
to be founded thereon, and to become
responsible to Her Majesty for
the faithful performance by their
respective bands of such obligations
as should be assumed by them, the
said Indians have thereupon
named the following persons for
that purpose, that is to say:
Mis-koo-kenew or Red Eagle
(Henry Prince), Ka-ke-ka-penais,
or Bird for ever, Na-sha-ke-
penais, or Flying down bird,
Na-na-wananaw, or Centre of
Bird's Tail, Ke-we-tayash,
or

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