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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Transcription

the Indians of whom Ka-ke-ka-
penais is the Chief, so much land
on the Winnipeg River above
Fort Alexander as will furnish
one hundred and sixty acres for
each family of five, or in that
proportion for larger or smaller
families, beginning at a distance
of a mile or thereabout above the
Fort; and for the use of the Indians
of whom Oo-za-we-kwun is Chief,
so much land on the south and
east side of the Assiniboine, about
twenty miles above the Portage,
as will furnish one hundred and
sixty acres for each family of
five, or in that proportion for
larger or smaller families, reserving
also a further tract enclosing said
reserve to comprise an equivalent
to twenty-five square miles
of equal breadth, to be laid out
round the reserve, it being understood,
however,

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