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Songhees agreement for removal to Cadboro Bay

Item consists of one handwritten document addressed to the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs (I.W. Powell) and signed by members of Songhees First Nation. It is dated February 7, 1881. The signatories are: Chish; Koo-lai-mult; Koo-lai-sa lue; Hul tsai mult; Quoss l sits; Whe-nook; Lipp; Sala-hala-noo; Louis (Noo-noo-wha-nuk); Ai-Whin; Ka-wai-tsim; Qua-mi-ai; Hoo-tihwi-ai; Shoto-hoom; Henry (Sauk); Tomaikh; Tse-al-ton; Tchillack; Hltahulto; Tshenal klum; Teeai[t or l]ou; Se-ol-sut; Shil-uh (Jimmy); Yallelth; Dick (Hai-tsa-kanum).

Executive Council report on Tsimpsean Reserves

The item is a copy of a report from the Surveyor General submitted to the Executive Council and approved by the Lieutenant Governor on the 29 February 1884. The report approves and confirms the surveyed boundaries of 11 Indian Reserves at Fort Simpson and Metlakatla for the Tsimpsean Indigenous People. The report includes the 1882 minutes of decision from Peter O'Reilly, Indian Reserve Commissioner, accompanied by a sketch map.

British Columbia. Executive Council