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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 311 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

Schedule A. Showing entries of land made under treaty of 1854, at Lake Superior, claimed by parties who are found to be innocent holders of the same.

de la Rondy, Etienne
Henry, Mary Ann
Inkster, James
de la Rondy, Louis
Rossett, George
Lyons, John
Demarais, Julie
de la Rondy, Margaret
Ducept, Pierre
Gruet, Madeline
Vandrie, T...
Dejardin, Josette
Dejardin, Françoise
Fagnand, Cuthbert
Henry, Antoine
Dejardin, mary
Beauchmain, Andre
Boisset, Susan
Lafontaine, Francis
Bird, isabella
Anderson, leticia
Anderson, Henry
Bellehemeur, Josette
Caplet, Louise
Desjardin, Margaret
Faustneuf, Baptiste
Flemand, Margaret
Holcrow, Elizabeth
House, Elizabeth
Hodgson, Charlotte
Johnson, Mary
McKay, John jD.
Monkman, Mary
Xavier, Maria
Pichard, Charlotte
Shoboyea, Louise
Sinclair, James
Fibault, Ellen
Henrie, Josette
Maurice, Antoine
Dunnette, Mary
Dunnette, Andrew
Ela, Catharine
Bondrie, J. Baptiste
Corbin, Margaret
Isbister, Mary

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