The Manitoba Indian Treaty - Indian Chief Harranguing at the Stone Fort

  • Record Information – Brief
    Hierarchical level:
    Item
    Date:
    September 9, 1871
    Reference:
    R9266
    Type of material:
    Art
    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
    Item ID number:
    3022506
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  • Date(s):
    September 9, 1871
    Place of creation:
    No place, unknown, or undetermined
    Extent:
    1 print / estampe : leggotype
    Scope and content:
    This item was catalogued in anticipation of upcoming travelling exhibitions using only information from the Sotheby's inventory list. A further visual verification may be required.
    Additional information:
    General Note:
    Removed from: Publication: Canadian Illustrated News, Sept. 9, 1871, p.172
    Lower Fort Garry was built in 1830 by the Hudson's Bay Company on the western bank of the Red River, 32 km (20 mi) north of the original Fort Garry (often called Upper Fort Garry). The upper fort is now in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Lower Fort Garry site was chosen because of its high ground and location below the St. Andrew's Rapids, eliminating the need for a portage of heavy fur packs and York boats.
    The Lower Fort's main purpose was to supply the Red River settlement and the surrounding Anishinaabe, Cree, Métis, and European (mostly Orkney Scot) populations. The fort traded manufactured goods to the farmers and hunters for food that would provision the Company's northern treks. In 1870, when the Red River Rebellion (Red River Resistance) broke out, Louis Riel occupied Upper Fort Garry, and the Québec Rifles took the lower fort. On August 3, 1871, Treaty No. 1 was signed between the federal government and seven chiefs of the Ojibway (Saulteaux) and Swampy Cree First Nations at Lower Fort Garry.
    Alpha-numeric note:
    Sotheby's inventory no. P977.3
    Subject heading:
    Source:
    Private
    Other system control no.:
    ICON196548
    Other accession no.:
    03764c
  • Conditions of access:
    Terms of use:
    Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. R9266-3764c: Peter Winkworth Collection of Canadiana
    Copyright: expired

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