Resources

The Robinson Treaties of 1850 — A Case Study by James Morrison


Nation to Nation: A resource on treaties in Ontario by David Shanahan, Alan Corbiere and edited by Maurice Switzer.

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Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

The Robinson Treaties (1850)
by Robert J. Surtees
Treaties and Historical Research Centre
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
1986

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Killarney
History

This Agreement, made and entered into this ninth day of September, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty, at Sault St. Marie, in the province of Canada, between the Honorable William Benjamin Robinson
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Batchewana First Nations

Robinson Huron Treaty Celebrations Begin with International Canoe Crossing
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First-nations.info

During the spring of 1850, Robinson made an exploratory trip through the proposed surrender lands around Lakes Huron and Superior. Robinson returned to the upper lakes in late August 1850 to negotiate a treaty.
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iportal.usask.ca

Copy of the Robinson Treaty Made in the Year 1850 with the Ojibewa Indians of Lake Huron Conveying Certain Lands to the Crown
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