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Treaty Annuity Paylist 1926-1935
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- Textual record
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- Lesser Slave Lake Indian Agency
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20.5 cm of textual records.
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The Lesser Slave Lake Indian Agency was the regional office of the Department of Indian Affairs overseeing the area of northern Alberta, northeastern British Columbia, and northwestern Saskatchewan in the Treaty 8 region. The Agency consisted of reserves including Sucker Creek, Sturgeon Lake, Driftpile River, Swan River, Sawridge, Grouard, Wabasca, Boyer River, Upper Hay River, Hudson’s Hope, Fort Vermillion, Little Red River, Fort St. John and Grande Prairie. Eventually the agency divided into the smaller districts of Fort St. John, Fort Vermillion, Fort Norman, and Lesser Slave Lake.
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The series consists of hardover books or bound booklets consisting of treaty annuity paylists, and interest payments for Treaty 8 Alberta and British Columbia communities, Duncan's Band, and Dunvegan Grande Prairie. Each item is titled. Majority of records are handwritten.
Pages are in good condition. Glue is detaching page from spine.