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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Document Type

Text

Identifier

C33388

Description

Agreement between Francis Joseph, Governor of the Passamaquoddy Tribe, and Abner and Stephen Hill, in which the Passamaquoddy leases "the whole and every part of the township of land...lying on the western side of Schoodic River" for haying, lumbering, and to make roads. Lease was for a term of two years for $1050 annually, half in cash and half in goods.

Exact Creation Date

3-30-1820

Language

English

Other Location

Schoodic Stream; Tomer Stream

Keywords

Native American; Land; Indians; Treaties; Passamaquoddy Nation

Disciplines

History | Indian and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | United States History

Agreement Between Abner and Stephen Hill and Passamaquoddy Tribe, March 30, 1820

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