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South Indian Lake First Nation


Located in far northern Manitoba, is South Indian Lake First Nation which is an Ojibway Misipawistik Ojibway Reserve community. According to 2016's census, population of South Indian Lake First Nation is 981. They have 236 dwellings with 200 lived in. Average household size is 4.9 persons per household. Around 335 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language, which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language, at South Indian Lake First Nation. They recently broke off relations with Nelson House. This community is an Ojibway community. Read Treaty 5 text. According 1832's Edinburgh Encyclopedia, Ojibway People gave rise to Cree People, Chipewyan People, Copper People and Dogrib People. Staff at HBC trade posts named Northern Ojibway People "Nakawawuck or Nekawawuck and Lake Indians." Andrew Graham wrote in 1771, that Ojibway's forced their way to York Fort (aka York Factory) in 1762 or during Pontiac's War. They were there to prevent white expansion inland. They did trade now and then according to Andrew Graham who also wrote that Northern Ojibway People commanded all lakes (thus why they were named Lake Indians) from York Fort Rivers (Nelson River and Hayes River), well inland to Lake Winnipeg.



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