Treaty Guide to Treaty No. 11 (1921)

Treaty No. 11. The last of the numbered treaties covers most of the Mackenzie District . The land in the area was deemed unsuitable for agriculture, so the federal government was reluctant to conclude treaties. Immediately following the discovery of oil at Fort Norman in 1920, however, the government moved to begin treaty negotiations.

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

Look at a typed transcript of the Treaties Eleven text.

View a map of Canada in 1921

Find more resources in Bibliography by Treaty: Treaty Eleven

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