Chippewa Half-Breeds of Lake Superior
Chippewa Half-Breeds of Lake Superior. This volume contains the alphabetized extractions concerning the applicants for the Half-Breed Scrip issued to the Chippewas of Lake Superior. The Treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior, and the Mississippi was concluded at La Pointe, Wisconsin, September 30, 1854. Many of the people applying were Canadian citizens from the Red River Settlement (Manitoba). They were generally denied the benefits of the treaty. Information includes: Name of applicant, date of application, Special agent or attorney, finding and evidence taken by the commission.
Extracted and edited by Gail Morin. 1998, 205 page. From the Quintin Publications Collection.