MNN. 27 July 2012. The Great Peace of Montreal was completed on June 25th 1701. It is the treaty that established the invaders’ right to live here. Canadian history omits it.
The French sued for peace to end their 92-year war with us, called the French and Indian wars.
This treaty legitimized their presence on Great Turtle Island. All immigrants agreed to live according to the Kaianerekowa, the Great Law of Peace, through the Guswentha, the Two Row Wampum. They would stay on their boat, not interfere with us, live in perpetual peace and could never own any of our territory.