The Indenture made at Carrying Place, Ontario
(Also known as The Gunshot Treaty, 1787 and 1805)

Document Summary:
Britain purchases land, water and other resources along Lake Ontario that stretches from current-day Etobicoke to the Bay of Quinte, and extends about 20 kilometers - the sound of a gunshot - inland.

Aboriginals living in the region see their rights to this land and resources extinguished forever.