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Eligible Voters on Question of Surrender

List of the Eligible Voters on the Question of the Surrender of the Papaschase Reserve

bullet James Stoney at Stony Plain Reserve (Enoch)
bullet Wahwaskasee at Stony Plain Reserve
bullet Napasis at Stony Plain Reserve
bullet Antoine at Stony Plain Reserve
bullet Wahpaistequon at Stony Plain Reserve
bullet Louis, Fourth son of Mary Ann “Blue Ears” at Stony Plain Reserve.
bullet Thomas at Alexander’s Reserve.
bullet Manitowais, probably at Alexander’s Reserve, though possibly on the Stony Plain Reserve.
The above were present for the Annuity payments of 1887, 1888 and 1889. Their whereabouts should have been known to the Edmonton Indian Agent. 

bullet Andre Muskegapot, at Stony Plain Reserve for the 1887 Annuity payments. Later whereabouts not known.
bullet Omachesis, at Stony Plain Reserve for the 1887 Annuity payments. With Sampson’s Band for 1888 and 1889 Annuity payments, unknown to the Agent at Edmonton.
bullet Squanick, at the Stony Plain Reserve for the 1887 Annuity payments. With Ermineskin’s Band for the 1888 Annuity payments. Whereabouts unknown to the Agent at Edmonton.
bullet Mistickomen, at Stony Plain Reserve for the 1889 Annuity payments. Previously at Beaver Lake, his whereabouts were unknown to the Agent at Edmonton. However, he may have arrived at the Stony Plain Reserve before the surrender was signed.
bullet Rabbit Eye, with Sampson’s Band for the 1888 and 1889 Annuity payments. His whereabouts were probably unknown to the agent at Edmonton.
bullet Tahpatchecu, with Sampson’s Band for the 1889 Annuity payments. He had been on Sampson’s Band Reserve since 1887. His whereabouts were probably unknown to the Agent at Edmonton.
bullet Joseph (Susie) Godin. His whereabouts were probably unknown to the Agent at Edmonton. He was discharged from Treaty in Sept. 27, 1893

 

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