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Half-Breed Scrip - Chippewas of Lake Superior
1874 Commission Investigation of Scrip issued under the 7th Clause of the 2d article of the Treaty with the Chippewa Indians of Lake Superior and the Mississippi,
concluded at La Ponte in the State of Wisconsin, Septe,ber 30, 1854


page 135 of document: Half-breed Scrip, Chippewas of Lake Superior, report of the Commission appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, April 21, 1871, composed of Henry S. Neal, Selden N. Clark, Edward P. Smith, and R.F. Crowell; and the Report of the Commission appointed July 15, 1872, composed of Thomas C. Jones, Edward P. Smith, and Dana E. King.  Washington, GPO, 1874

The following are the names of some of the persons who sold (!) their scrip to Isaac Van Ettan, of St. Paul, with the amounts he paid for the same.

Amlin, Louis
Amlin, Cecile
Amlin, Mary
Bonga, Elizabeth
Bonga, Jack
Brunelle, John Bte
Belonger, Pierre
Belonger, Augustus
Brunelle, Joseph
Brunelle, Josette
Brunelle, Peter
Baldwin, Margaret
Chabine, Margaret
Detour, Angelique
Dufort, Sophia
Clothier, Angelique
Charrette, Charles
Brunnette, ---
Fairbanks, Mary
Fairbanks, George
Folstrom, Nancy
Folstrom, Margaret
Fornear, Sarah
Fairbanks, Robert
Chenia, Emily
Chenia, Oliver
Demerais, Louis
Gervais, Sophia
Jourdain, Bazil
La Fond, Margaret
Latourelle, Mary A.
Morrison, James
McGillis, Françoise
McGillis, John
La May, Margaret
Lavarie, Charlotte
Leith, Francis
McCoy, Jane
McCoy, Margaret
McCoy, Antoine
Marchand, Elizabeth
Moore, Ann
Pepin, Stephen
Quinn, Mary L.
Pickane, Franéois (little Frenchman)
Roleau, Charles, for Theresa
Rondo, Louis
Rondo, Catherine
Spence, Julia A.
Stilwell, Nancy B.
Sarrosonsis, Pierre
Roy, Cecile
Roy, Margaret (Frank's wife)
Roy, Peter
Roy, E. or M.
Sayer, E.
St. Clair, Josette
Vanasse, Nancy
Thompson, Matilda
McCoy, Genevieve
Belcourt, Baptiste
Turpin, Zavier



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Indian "Payment" in Wisconsin, 1871
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