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: T/CANA/89

: British Empire & Commonwealth

: Presentation Hide

: Presentation hide. Decorated with 2 heads in profile wearing feather headdresses, 2 maple leafs, 2 small axes, a ceremonial pipe and an inscription and signatures burnt onto the hide. 'PERMISSION IS HEREBY GRANTED TO.. HER MAJESTY ELIZABETH II, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, QUEEN OF CANADA. AND. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE PHILIP, DUKE OF EDINBURGH/ DURING THE PERIOD OF THEIR NATURAL LIVES, TO ALL HUNTING AND FISHING PRIVILEGES ON THE WALPOLE ISLAND INDIAN RESERVE NO. 46 IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO, DOMINION OF CANADA. THIS RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE ARE GRANTED ON BEHALF OF THE ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP OF THE AMALGAMATED WALPOLE ISLAND BAND OF INDIANS BY THEIR ELECTED CHIEF AND COUNCILLORS WHOSE NAMES APPEAR BELOW. CHIEF-'. Concludes with signatures. There is a hole in the top left hand corner. Presented to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip by people from the Bkejwanong (Walpole Island First Nations) in1959.

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: Royal Collection Loan

: Walpole Island

: HRH Queen of the United Kingdom Elizabeth II

: Prince Philip

: Canada, North America, Americas

: Ontario, Walpole Island

: 1959