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North west half-breed scrip, 1885

Northwest Half-Breed Scrip
by Gail Morin
Morin, Gail (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Pawtucket, Rhode Island : Quintin Publications, c1997
vii, 287 p.
1886560447

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Names arranged in alphabetical order.

In 1870, the North-West Territories covered the areas that are now Saskatchewan, Alberta, most of Manitoba, northern Ontario, northern Québec, the Yukon Territory and the present-day Northwest Territories.

The North-West Half-Breed Commission took applications from April 10, 1885 to August 28, 1885 at various places in what is now Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Both land and money scrip were awarded. "Eligibility requirements for scrip were: the claimant must be a resident of the North-West Territories on July 15, 1870 and must be a Half-breed head of family (married before July 15, 1870) or a Half-breed child."--Author's note.

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