The first pdf deals with Sam Kewaquado trying to get back his Lands Patent granted to his ancestor for service in the War of 1812. These are letters back and forth between the Indian Agent John Daly, E.J. Hosking and Ministry of Highways as well as Indian Affairs discussing land required from the Widow Kewaquado and her farm for the creation of what is now Shebeshekong Rd.
The house Patty Lee says is her brothers and was built by her father is on the Kewaquado Homestead. No permission was ever given to Shawanaga to build any houses or businesses on this land.
The second pdf – the environmental land use study – contains information used in the Shebe Settlement Study. Sam Kewaquado wrote many notes and highlighted sections regarding his family land.
The third pdf is companion to the Shebe Settlement Study. At no time during any of the negotiations would Wayne allow Sam Kewaquado to be at the negotiation table for compensation for loss of use or sale of his family land. Wayne took the land his house sits on in the early 1970’s while Sam was away at university.
Chief Wayne Pamajewon has never called himself in conflict of interest when Sam tried to get compensation from Shawanaga for the land taken by SFN. In the picture is Sam Kewaquado standing in front of the old barn where Wayne’s house now sits.