Titre: Treaty Number 1, 3 August 1871
Source: Archives of Manitoba, MG1 A5, Indians Treaty No. 1
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however, that if, at the date of the
execution of this treaty, there are
any settlers within the bounds
of any lands reserved by any band,
Her Majesty reserves the right to
deal with such settlers as She
shall deem just, so as not to
diminish the extent of land
allotted to the Indians. And
with a view to show the satisfaction
of Her Majesty with the behaviour
and good conduct of Her Indians,
parties to this treaty, She hereby,
through Her Commissioner, makes
them a present of three dollars
for each Indian man, woman
and child belonging to the bands
here represented.
And further, Her Majesty
agrees to maintain a school on
each reserve hereby made

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