One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A North American Indian whose people have signed a treaty with the government.
- ‘Just ask any treaty Indian anywhere in Canada or even those who have recently concluded treaties or adhesions and who are trying to implement them.’
- ‘And that's not counting the Métis, I'm just counting the treaty Indian.’
- ‘The comment was not directed toward her personally as a treaty Indian, he added.’
- ‘And if tribal identity could not be ascertained, then who was a hostile and who was a treaty Indian was equally difficult to determine.’
- ‘During his tenure, treaty Indians received the right to vote in national elections.’
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