Treaty No. 9 – 1930 Adhesion – Lansdowne House

“Leaving Fort Hope on Thursday, July 10th, at 1:50 p.m. the planes under fair weather proceeded to Lansdowne House, about 60 miles due North. This point is situated on Attawapiscat Lake, the headwaters of the great river bearing the same name that extends Northerly and Easterly over three hundred miles to James Bay. It was at this point last year where fifty members of the Trout Lake band were enrolled and admitted to Treaty, a number of them being present again this year. Commissioner Cain, who through illness last year was not present at the enrollment, desired to check them up and personally vouch for them.”

Treaty Commissioners Report on the making of the Adhesions to Treaty No. 9, 1930, INAC file 1/1-11-12