Land Grants to Loyalist Iroquois, Oct. 25, 1784
(Gives Loyalist Six
the right to settle on land along Grand River in SW Ontario.)
General Haldimand asks Britain to
give "a safe and comfortable retreat" along the Grand River to Mohawk
Indians who had:
- Lost land to the newly created United States.
- Remained loyal to the British Crown.
The land is to
be purchased from the Mississaugan
Indians. The loyalist Mohawk are to "enjoy for ever" [sic] the use of