1737 July 12, Contract between Jean Baptiste Cuillerier and Julien Rivard.
1737 August 17, Trading license issued by Charles M. de Beauharnois, commanding officer of the Royal and Military Order of St. Louis, to Beaubien and Germain to go to the Fort of Detroit with four men.
1739 September, signed agreement between C. Portier and Lieut. Jean Bte. Cuillerier Beaubien.
1751 September 18, Land description written by C. Gouin.
1753 July 2, Promotion of Lieut. Cuillier Beaubien by The Marquis Duquesne.
1758 December 14, Promotion of Lt. Beaubien to Captain by Pierre Rigaud, Marquis de Vaudreuil.
1766 May 6, Letter to Beaubien Cuillerier from his niece (name illegible).
1766 August 16, Commission as Sublieutenant for Jean Baptiste Michel Quindre, signed by Louis XV.
1775 August 1, Commission as Second Lieutenant for Jean Baptiste Beaubien signed by Guy Carleton.
1781 May 18, Receipt from Dyee & Williams to Mr. Riopel for coffee.
1793 January 15, Agreement between Ambroise Riopel and Israel Ruland.
1798 January 30, General Order for the Militia signed by Colonel Winthrop Sargent.
1805 September 12, Commission as Lieutenant Colonel for Anthony Beaubien, signed by Michigan Territorial Governor William Hull.
1805 October 1, General Order promoting Ensign James Peltier to Lieutenant and John Burnett to Ensign, signed by James May, Adjutant General for Lt. Colonel Beaubien.
1807 January 29, Receipt signed by Wm. Scott to Hyacinth Riopelle.
1809 August 15, Copy of receipt signed by Wm. Scott to Nicholas Gouin for District Tax.
1811 April 20, Copy of original land patent to Ambroise Riopelle by President James Madison.
1811 July 10, Copy of original land patent to Jesse Hicks by President James Madison.
1819 March 23, Receipt signed by Claude Gouin to Dominique Rioppelle for notes due Claude for his share of his father Nicholas' farm sold to Dominique.
1819 June 24, Deed of sale between Archange Gouin, widow of Nicholas Gouin, and Dominique and Collette Riopelle (her son-in-law and daughter) for her portion of Nicholas Gouin's farm.
1819 June 24, Deed of sale between Claude Gouin, son of Nicholas Gouin, and Dominique and Collette Riopelle (his brother-in-law and sister) for his portion of Nicholas Gouin's farm.
1828 September 16, Original land patent to Dominique and Colette Riopelle signed by President John Quincy Adams.
1836 June 8, Copy of deed of sale between Dominique and Colette (Gouin) Riopelle to Joseph Riopelle.
1836 June 26, Receipt signed by Claude Gouin to Dominique Rioppelle for notes due Claude for his share of the farm sold to Dominique by Claude's mother.
1840 June 25, Letter from Claude Gouin to Dominique Rioppelle.
1842 October 18, Copy of a document concerning treaty between the United States and the Chippewa signed at Michilimackinac.
1843 April 29, Letter from James McMullen to Dominique Riopelle.
1847 February 23, Warranty Deed between Dominique Riopelle & Collette to Dominique Riopelle, Jr.
1859 March 23, Abstract of Title of Jesse Hicks farm, 1809-1859.
1860 August 23, Abstract of Title of George Kirby farm, 1823-1860.
1877 February 15, Abstract of Title of Riopelle farm, 1819-1877.
1894 October 5, Certification of Jesse Hicks land patent from General Land Office.
[n.d.], Native American trading document.
[n.d.], Description of Private Claim number 13.
[n.d.], Clipping: "William Gouin, The Only Man Who Lost His Life in the Naval Engagement Between the Kearsarge and the Alabama." (unknown newspaper)
[n.d.], Clipping: "Clouded Claim to River Rouge Tract Cleared." (unknown newspaper)