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Annick Tremblay
AFNQL Regional Youth Coordinator
250, Place Chef Michel-Laveau, Office 201
Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0
Phone : 418.842.5020
Fax : 418.842.2660
E-mail : jeunes.youth@apnql-afnql.com

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"The first treaty between the United States and an Indian tribe was signed in 1778 with the Delaware Indians. In less than a century, just over 360 more treaties would follow. In general, the Indians didn’t understand a word they contained and the Whites didn’t respect a single line in them."

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