The Newash Indian Village Heritage Plaque

Following the signing of the Saugeen Treaty the government rebuilt a former Indian Village adjacent to the settlement at Owen Sound for a band of Ojibwa led by Chief Newash. In 1857, the residents ceded their land and moved to the reserve at Cape Croker. Located in front of First United Church, the site of the former Indian chapel, 4th Avenue West at 21st Street, Owen Sound.

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