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This is not a script that actors use to perform plays. Scrips were notes provided by the government to Treaty Indians during the numbered treaty negotiations. The notes entitled the person holding it to either 240 acres of land of their choice or a valuation of $240, which could be used toward the eventual purchase of crown land anywhere.

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Grouard - Lesser Slave Lake