Some articles on grand portage band:
... of this treaty did not reach either negotiation party for the second treaty, causing the Grand Portage Band to be omitted for the treaty council ... In addition, the Grand Portage Band was misinformed on the details of the Treaty of Paris, thinking the border passed through the center of Lake Superior ... Royale Agreement was signed between the United States and the Grand Portage Band in 1844 as an adhesion to the Treaty of La Pointe, with other Ojibwa tribes reaffirming the ...
... Grand Portage Band was excluded from the 1842 treaty because they were mistakenly though of as being exterior of the United States as the news of signing of the Webster-Ashburton Treaty on August ... The Grand Portage Band was utilizing the resources on Isle Royale as they thought Isle Royale, like themselves, were in British Territory ... After boundary clarification showing Grand Portage Band and Isle Royale were both within the United States, Grand Portage Band signed the Isle Royale Agreement as a treaty adhesion, with the 1842 treaty ...
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