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Surrender of Indian Lands

Surrender of Indian Lands

Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted January, 2010

Surrender of Indian Lands

Photo by contributor Colin Old - Posted September, 2012

Plaque Location

The County of Simcoe
The City of Orillia
In Couchiching Beach Park on the right
just as the one-way section of Terry Fox Circle begins


Coordinates: N 44 36.957 W 79 24.814

Map

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Plaque Text

By treaties made in 1798, 1815 and 1818, the Indian tribes surrendered the ancient country of the Hurons lying north and west of Lake Simcoe. From this area grants were made, in fulfillment of earlier pledges to militia veterans, to children of Loyalists, and to many retired officers and discharged soldiers and seamen.




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