Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians: The Protest of the Ten-Cent Treaty,
Filed by Their Representative and Attorney, John B. Bottineau . Edited by Gail Morin .
This book includes extractions from the Congressional Record describing the
100-year history (1790-1890) of the Pembina Chippewa full-bloods and mixed-bloods
and their appeal of a treaty ceding 10,000,000 acres of prime agricultural land valued
at over $12,500,000 ($1.25 acre) for $1,000,000 (10 cents an acre). Indian names with
their English translation are given for many of the Métis men. 1996, 166 pages, 7x10".