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Created on vellum, with hand-drawn calligraphy, the Treaty shows the scars of being folded, packed, and portaged during the two summers required for its signing. While over a century old, the James Bay Treaty is a living document which is still being interpreted today.

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Reference Code: RG 1-653
(Articles of James Bay Treaty (Treaty No. 9))
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