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1870-1880 - Treaties
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R-A22967
Item Date
1874


Aboriginal Peoples at home between the Whitemud (Frenchman) and Milk Rivers.


By the 1870's the traditional way of life for the Aboriginal people was beginning to disappear. As the fur trade decreased in importance there was no longer any need for a relationship based on mutual dependence with the fur traders. The needs of an agricultural society led the government to negotiate treaties and set up a reserve system. This made the land available to farmers.

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Reference Number:
R-A22967
Media Type:
photograph
Notes:
North American boundary commission.
Keywords:
Aboriginal Peoples; Camps;


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Image Preview R-A22967 Photograph 1 - Aboriginal Peoples at home between the Whitemud (Frenchman) and Milk Rivers.
Image Preview R-A3959 Photograph 2 - An Assiniboine council near Fort Walsh.
Image Preview R-B3404 Drawing 3 - Treaty #6 was signed at Fort Carlton in 1876.
Image Preview pg44 Map 4 - First Nations and Treaties 1871 - 1906
Image Preview R-A12844 Map 5 - "Chief Poundmaker's reserve, #114, near Battleford."
Image Preview R-A1881 Photograph 6 - Aboriginal men harvesting on the Assiniboine Reserve near Wolseley.
Image Preview R-A8223-1 Photograph 7 - A young Aboriginal boy before entering school.
Image Preview R-A8223-2 Photograph 8 - A young Aboriginal boy after entering school.
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