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Loyalists and Six Nation Indians in the Niagara Peninsula.

Siebert, Wilbur Henry

Loyalists and Six Nation Indians in the Niagara Peninsula.

by Siebert, Wilbur Henry

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Published in Ottawa .
Written in English


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[From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Ser. 3, vol. 9, pp. 79-128]

The Physical Object
Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL16539427M

  Friends of the Loyalist Collection at Brock University Address: Box , RPO Seaway Mall, Niagara Street, Welland, Ontario. L3C 7E7 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A book worth another look is the Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Niagara Peninsula History Conference, held at Brock University in April Butlers Rangers and their families were the first non-Aboriginal settlers of the Niagara peninsula. Butler lived on this site and remained active in Indian affairs, serving as the Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs to the Six Nations. John Butler died on this site in .

The Indians and the Loyalists, uprooted from their homes headed for Fort Niagara where there was food and safety. The survival of the 12 year old Andrew Miller and his arrival at Fort Niagara is one of the great stories of the Loyalist trek to Canada. Chapter Three: FORT NIAGARA. Montgomery: The Six Nations Indians and the Macdonald Franchise, LVII, Surtees: The Development of an Indian Reserve Policy in Canada, LXI, Indians Bryce: The History of the American Indians in relation to health, XII, Cadot: Bruce County and work among the Indians.

Before the Loyalists, Britain negotiated treaties of "peace and friendship." After the Loyalists arrived, however, Britain negotiated treaties as a way to take over the land for settlement. Between and , Britain concluded "land treaties" with the FN of the Niagara Peninsula. Laura Secord (née Ingersoll; 13 September – 17 October ) was a Canadian heroine of the War of She is known for having walked 20 miles (32 km) out of American-occupied territory in to warn British forces of an impending American attack.


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