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Algonquin Indian Reserves


Below are the present day Algonquin or Algonkin, Quebec and Ontario Reserves or reservations, and the non status Algonquin Anishinabek. They are the main Anishinabek. Though they are all located in Ontario and Quebec, there are obviously Algonquin or Algonkin Indians, living in their original New York State lands. They lived throughout New York. They live on all the Reservations in New York, but have been forced by the whites to loose their Anishinabe identity.





Abitibiwinni
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Pikogan Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. This Reserve is very small in size and is approximately only 88.5 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 593

Barriere Lake
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Lac Rapide Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. This Reserve is also very small in size and is approximately only 28 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 447

The Grand Lac Victoria
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the settlement of Grand Lac Victoria, in Quebec, Canada. The size of the settlement is approximately only 12.14 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 313

The Kipawa
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Kebaowek Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. The size of Reserve is very small and is approximately only 21.49 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 380

The Lac Simon
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Lac Simon Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. The size of this Reserve is very small and is approximately only 275 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 699

The Long Point
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the village of Winneway, in Quebec, Canada. The size of the village is very small and is approximately only 37.84 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 461

The River Desert
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Maniwaki Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. The size of this Reserve is approximately 10,997.04 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 1,860

The Timiskaming
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the Timiskaming Reserve, in Quebec, Canada. The size of this Reserve is approximately 2,428.08 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 1,007

The Wolf Lake
This band of Algonkin, inhabit the settlement of Wolf Lake, in Quebec, Canada. The size of this settlement is very small and is approximately only 4 hectares.
The Language is Anishinabe
The Population is 141

Ardoch Algonquin
These Anishinabe are non status at the present time, which is equal to non Federally recognized tribes in the United States. I don't know their total population at the present time. There are 11 in all, bands that make up the Ardoch Algonqins.
Big Rideau Algonquin
Bob's Lake Algonquin
Calabogie Algonquin
Eagle Lake Algonquin
Eel Lake Algonquin
Fall River Algonquin
Golden Lake Algonquin, including the Bonnechere
Mattawachen Algonquin
Ottawa Algonquin
Sharbot Lake Algonquin
Tay River Algonquin

Beaverhouse Algonquin
These Anishinabe are currently non status. At the present time i don't know their population.

Kichesipirini Algonquin
These Anishinabe are currently non status. At the present time i don't know what their population is.




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