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Fort Nelson 2, Fort Nelson First Nation


Located in northeastern British Columbia, is the Athabascan (Beaver) and Chippewa settlement of Fort Nelson 2 which has a population of 359. There are 168 total housing units in the settlement with 144 occupied at the present time. That gives fort nelson 2 a 2.4 persons per housing unit average which is below normal for Chippewa settlements. The Anishinabe and Beaver languages are doing well there. Around 85 speak in their native languages. Below are several links to pictures of the beautiful Chippewa settlement of Fort Nelson 2, British Columbia.



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Fort Nelson 2 Full Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

Fort Nelson 2 Photograph From Above

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