Treaty of Peace and Friendship Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia and Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods
February 16, 2015
It is with pleasure that I announce that the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia has signed a Treaty of Peace and Friendship with the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods, a Native American mixed-blood tribe in Eugene, Oregon for the betterment of our Nations in procuring recognition for the tribe as the first recognized mixed-blood/Métis in the history of the United States of America. We are deeply honored for this opportunity to assist our neighbours across the waters.
Mary Lou Parker
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TREATY OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP
Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia and the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods
We, the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods and the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia, being of Mixed-Blood/Métis Blood, as Aboriginals, do hereby declare this Treaty of Peace and Friendship between our two Nations to establish a working friendship among our People.
This Treaty shall continue in force for 100 years, upon which time it may be renewed.
We, as two Sovereign Nation-Peoples state that we will work with each other to ensure the continuity and preservation of our Peoples, Cultures, Rituals, and Sacred Practices.
Our Nations mutually agree to remain peaceful and friendly towards our Peoples.
All included in his Treaty should hold true to all orders emanating herein
We devote our willpower, courage and dedication to fight for the rights as Aboriginal People are entitled to as the First Peoples of the land.
This Treaty of Peace and Friendship may be revoked by either party
We set forth an open trade among our Peoples.
Chairman Richard B. Lake, 111
H H.The Prince of Irqu
Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods
Mary Lou Parker