John Graves Simcoe purchases land from Mississauga Aboriginals
(Between Lakes Ontario and Erie, Dec. 7, 1792)

Document Summary:
Britain buys tracts of lands from various Aboriginal tribes between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Britain also retains the right to build roads and use waterways for its own purposes "free and unmolested" from Aboriginal interference.

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