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Rocky Boy Tribe
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East Moberly Lake, Saulteau First Nation


Located in northeastern British Columbia, along the eastern shores of Moberly Lake, is the Athabascan (Beaver) and Chippewa settlement of East Moberly Lake which has a population of between either 450 or 600. There are around 140 to 150 or more total housing units in the settlement. That gives east moberly lake a 3.0 or 4.0 persons per housing unit average which is near normal for Chippewa settlements. There is another Athabascan (Beaver) and Chippewa settlement on the west end of moberly lake. Below are several links to pictures of the Chippewa settlement of East Moberly Lake, British Columbia.



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Moberly Lake Full Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Full Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

East Moberly Lake Photograph From Above

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