of Grand River Six Nations Reserve, Jan. 14, 1793
John Graves Simcoe, on the behalf of King George
III, formally grants a reserve along the Grand River to Mohawk Indians
- Lost land to the newly created United States.
- Remained loyal to the British Crown.
The land has been
purchased from the Mississauga
Indians. The loyalist Mohawk are to enjoy the use of this land "for ever."
This land transfer leads to the creation of the famous Six
Nations Reserve, near Brantford, Ontario.