La Grande Paix De Montreal
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In early 1697 the French and the Nations Algonquin and Ouendat had a fur trade.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Let's do a treaty between us.
The Nations agreed to the treaty and agreed to not interfere with one another. So the First Nations signed the treaty.
August 4, 1701
The two nations and the Haudenosaunee were enemies with each other
The 2 nations and the Haudenosaunee had a war between each other.
THIS WAR HAS TO BE STOPPED!
This war between the nations disrupted the fur trade between the French and the first nations and had to stop.
I agree with you Monsieur it is disrupting our fur trade with the first nations
La Grande Paix de Montreal was signed in August 4, 1701, where we now call Montreal. It was signed by Louis-Hector de Callière and the representatives of each first nation groups. They agreed that they would share hunting grounds North and West of Lake Ontario. They also agreed that if there were any future disagreements they decided that the French Governor would solve it. The treaty that was signed by both groups also said that they would not do war and would accept them as who they are. Before this treaty, the French had made several other treaties with the Haudenosaunee. Over time the promises that were made were all broken by the French.
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