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Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide

Isaac Deschamps

Isacc Deschamps (ca.1722-1801) was a merchant, office holder, judge and politician in colonial Nova Scotia; his personal papers contain significant evidence of interactions with the Mi'kmaq community at Windsor, where he served as truckmaster. — archival description


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A list of the head of the families belonging to the Mi'kmaq tribe of Amquaret which is hunting between Cornwallis on the Annapolis Road and the tribe of Nocout which is hunting on the Kennetcook River in Newport Township
Date: 1763
Reference no.: Isaac Deschamps Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 8 – pages 20-21



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List of Mi'kmaq residing in the district surrounding Fort Edward, Windsor, Nova Scotia with a listing of what was sold to the Mi'kmaq (fish and furs)
Date: 1767
Reference no.: Isaac Deschamps Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 10 – pages 24-27



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Peace Treaty concluded at Halifax with the Mi'kmaq of the St John River and Passamaquoddy
Date: 1760
Reference no.: Isaac Deschamps Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 14 – pages 68-79



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Rates and regulations for Mi'kmaq commerce treaty concluded between Charles Lawrence and Mitchell Neptune (Chief of the tribe of the Mi'kmaq of Passamaquoddy) and Belloni Glode (Captain of the tribe of the Mi'kmaq of St John’s River
Date: 1760
Reference no.: Isaac Deschamps Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 15 – pages 80-83



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Document regarding the House of Assembly and the Mi'kmaq Treaty
Date: 1760
Reference no.: Isaac Deschamps Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 258 item 16 – pages 84-97


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