Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula Aboriginal History: 1850 – 1860 The Evolving Legal Framework  and the Saugeen Ojibway Land Purchases Article References

(all on-line sources accessed in July or August 2018)

1. British North America Legislative Database; University of New Brunswick An Act for the protection of the Lands of the Crown in this Province, from Trespass and Injury. Passed 11th May, 1839.


2. Marie W. LaForest and Corry Mac Nason for Department of Indian and Northern Develoment…..Indian Land Administration and Policy In Ontario (Upper Canada) 1791-1867 September 1979  p 96 – 98

3. Peter S. Schmalz The History of the Saugeen Indians 1977  p 97

4. John F. Leslie for the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Commissions of Inquiry into Indian affairs in the Canadas, 1828-1858, 1985 p. 1

5. Ibid p. 2

6. Ibid p 185

7. LaForest et. al. p 91

8. Joan Holmes The Original Intentions of the Indian Act 2002 p. 16

9. Leslie p. 186

10. Amanda Robinson Gradual Civilization Act 2016

11. Jay Makarenko Early Foundations of the Indian Act 2008

12. Leslie p. 186-187

13. Schmalz p. 108

14. Morris Croft, Melba Fourth Entrance to Huronia This History of Owen Sound 1980  p 71

15. Stephanie McMullen Disunity and Dispossession: Nawash Ojibwa and Potawatomi in the Saugeen Territory 1836-1865 1997 p. 83

16. Schmalz  p.111-112

17. McMullen p. 85

18. Ibid p 85

19. Leslie p. 191

20. Jay Makarenko

21. Leslie p 191

22. Jay Makarenko

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