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Pays Plat First Nation


This Ojibway Indians community is located adjacent to Lake Superiors north shores. Below are several google earth photos of Pays Plat First Nation. Their land is scenic with mountains just north of their settlement, as well east and west of their small community. They are signatories of 1850s Robinson-Huron Treaty. Their website is quite goofy. It depicts Ojibwa's 7 teachings. They are not following bravery unfortunately. They need to follow Seven Fires Prophecy. They are not doing that. Their community has steadily declined in population and will continue to decline in population because they will not follow Seven Fires Prophecy. According to 2011 census, Pays Plat has a population of 75. They have 36 total housing units or dwellings, with 29 lived in. They don't know their history. They don't know they originally lived in what is now Alberta and Montana. Their ancestors followed prophecy and forced their way east to fight white invaders. They are also known as Saulteaux which is a French name.



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