Title: Treaty Number 1, 3 August 1871
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Source: Archives of Manitoba, MG1 A5, Indians Treaty No. 1
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following tracts of land, that is
to say: For the use of the Indians
belonging to the band of which
Henry Prince, otherwise called
Mis-koo-ke-new is the Chief, so
much of land on both sides of
the Red River, beginning at the
South line of St. Peter's Parish, as
will furnish one hundred and sixty
acres for each family of five, or
in that proportion for larger or
smaller families; and for the use
of the Indians of whom Na-sha-ke-
penais, Na-na-wa-nanaw,
Ke-we-tayash and Wa-ko-
wush are the Chiefs, so much land
on the Roseau River as will furnish
one hundred and sixty acres for
each family of five, or in that
proportion for larger or smaller
families, beginning from the Mouth
of the River; and for the use of
the

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