Statement of White Cap, Sioux chief, White Mountain. Copy in Riel's hand, certified a true copy by John Fisher, François Poitras. Our idea was travel on English ground and live with them; have made peace with Half Breeds, Chippewa, Cree and Assiniboine; have chosen George Rassett to work for us; we give him our rights on both sides of Missouri.
Wood Mountain March 14th 1870 The chief of the Sioux tribe The White Cap. When myself and my nation came to understand any thing, our idea was travel on english ground and live with them. And that we have done we have made peace with Halfbreeds, Chippeway, Cries and assiniboine. This we mean to keep strong. We have also chosen George Rassett to work for us and to do what he thinks is right. We give him our rights on both sides of Missouries. Laventur gardespie witness Ambroise Fisher witness The White Cap X his mark True copie of the original document John Fisher, witness François Poitras, witness