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Eagle Lake First Nation Reserve
Signage: Eagle Lake First Nation

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Eagle Lake First Nation Reserve. Kenora District
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Area Information
Location: Off hwy 594 between vermillion Bay and Dryden.
The Salteaux Ojibway people
(ancestors of Eagle Lake First Nation people) inhabited the Ontario portion of the area subsequently covered by the Northwest Angle Treaty of 1873 - Treaty No. 3. Their economy was based on fishing, hunting, gathering, trapping, the harvesting of wild rice and some horticulture, until the late 18th century when they became involved in the fur trade with the Hudson's Bay Company.


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