Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula Aboriginal History: The Land Surrenders Begin with Treaty #451/2 in 1836 and the Royal Declaration of 1847 – Article References

(all on-line sources accessed in March or April 2018)

1. Findlay, Heather, Anna Sajecki and Melissa Bremer After the War of 1812

http://firstpeoplesofcanada.com/fp_furtrade/fp_contact_war1812_afterUS.html

2. Peter S. Schmaltz The History of the Saugeen Indians Ontario Historical Society p. 23

3. Norman Robertson History of the County of Bruce 1906 p. 20

4. Cheryl Jones and Nora Lavalley The History of Cape Croker 1980 p. 5

5. James H. Marsh et al First Nations and Métis Peoples in the War of 1812 2017

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/first-nations-in-the-war-of-1812/

6. Schmaltz p. 27

7. Ibid p. ii

8. Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm and Julianna Damm The Illustrated History of the Chippewas of Nawash Teachers Guide Chippewas of Nawash, 1998 p. 7-9

9. Schmaltz p. 63

10. United Chiefs and Councils of Mnidoo Mnising The Bond Head Treaties

http://www.uccmm.ca/1836-island-treaty.html

11. Schmaltz p. 66

12. Norman Robertson History of the County of Bruce 1906 p. 5

13. Schmaltz p. 64

14. Saugeen Ojibway Nation Map from the Claims Update Newsletter Mnookmi 2011

15. Schmalz p. 72

16. Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm and Julianna Damm p. 16-17

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