Treaty Guide to Treaty No. 4 (1874)

Treaty No. 4. Initiated by Indians and Métis concerned about the declining numbers of animals which provided them with a living. Treaty 4 covers present-day southern Saskatchewan. Provisional boundary set in northern Ontario.

Read a historical interpretation of the treaty in Treaty Research Report: Treaty Four

Look at a typed transcript of the Treaties Four text.

View a map of Canada in 1874 (PDF 1,645 Kb).

Find more resources in Bibliography by Treaty: Treaty Four