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Account of the proceedings and doings of the government commissioners, against the unfortunate settlers upon the Indian lands in the townships of Tuscarora and Oneida, in the years of our Lord 1846 and 1847 [electronic resource] / addressed to the settlers by one of themselves [i.e. F.J. Cheshire].

Main Author: Cheshire, F. J.
Language(s): English
Published: [Hamilton, Ont.? s.n.], 1847
Subjects: Iroquois (Indiens).
Indiens > Amérique du Nord > Ontario > Terres.
Indiens > Amérique du Nord > Ontario > Terres, Transferts des.
Indiens > Amérique du Nord > Ontario > Réclamations.
Colonisation intérieure > Canada.
Land settlement > Canada.
Iroquois Indians.
Indians of North America > Ontario > Land transfers.
Indians of North America > Ontario > Land tenure.
Indians of North America > Ontario > Claims.
Note: Attributed to F.J. Cheshire--Essai de bibliographie canadienne / P. Gagnon (II, 426).
At head of title: Information for the public.
ISBN: 0665442807
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