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Red Rock First Nation



This community of Ojibway's live along Lake Superior's northern shores. Below are google earth photos of Red Rock First Nation. They are woodlands Saulteaux Ojibwa's. Their land has a rocky soil, countless lakes and is a bit hilly or mountainous. Their communities are located along a lake's southeast shores (principle one), and over 3 miles northwest, is another or Red Rock. Few people live there however. 0n-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. This location is excellent to send Ojibway Indians to live at. It's a beautiful location.



Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

Red Rock Road Closeup

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