Red Rock First Nation



This community of Ojibway's live along Lake Superior's northern shores. Below are links to google earth photos of Red Rock First Nation Main Town. They are woodlands Saulteaux Ojibway's. They are suppose to live at Gull Bay Reserve which is 45.4 miles or 73.1 kilometers to their northwest. They are signatories to 1850's Robinson-Superior Treaty. Their leader was Mi-shi Muck-qua or Supreme Bear. As a result of white leaders lying to them, these Ojibway's were forced to move elsewhere. They eventually settled at Red Rock First Nation which is where white leaders want them. Their goal is to assimilate them into white society where they will disappear. Red Rock First Nation main community is located less than a mile or 1.2 kilometers northeast of Nipigon, Ontario which is a white town. About 2.8 miles or 4.5 kilometers northwes is another of their settlements. Few people live there however. On-Reserve population of Red Rock First Nation is 293 according to 2016's. They have 107 dwellings with 105 lived in. Average household size is 2.8 persons per household. Ojibway Language has died out there. Ojibway People living at Red Rock First Nation have to be relocated to Gull Bay Reserve. They will not survive as a race where they live now.



Map of Red Rock First Nation Reserves

Satellite Image of Red Rock North Settlement

Satellite Image of Red Rock Main Town

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

Red Rock Main Town Road Closeup

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