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  • Chief Antoine Larue (1904 - 1939)
    CHIEF ANTOINE LARUE (OTHERWISE ANTHONY LEREAU, OR ANTHONY LAREAU) Chief of the Kamloops Indian Band, 1932-39 is the son of Adam Larue, and his wife, Jennie Stewart. He was born at the Kamloops Indi...
  • Ignace Kayaanra (deceased)
    IGNACE (OTHERWISE IGNACE FRIED, YGNOUCE FRISE, IGNACE FRAZY, OR IGNACE KAYAANRA) belongs to the Iroquois Nation. For confirmation of this fact see the image of his daughter's Sarah's marriage regis...
  • Etienne Pigarouisnunepiresi (Sorcier chaman) (1621 - d.)
    date incertaine 1621 1639 1643,,,,,, PIGAROUICH, baptisé Étienne, shaman algonquin et chrétien apostat ; circa 1639–1643. Pigarouich maintint qu’il avait acquis...
  • Mackoodzie (deceased)
    MACKOODZIE (OTHERWISE THE SINGING GIRL) married John Tod à la façon du pays, while he was employed as Clerk in Charge at McLeod's Lake in British Columbia,1824-33. They had a daughter w...
  • Charles E Mayo, Sr. (1881 - 1974)
    Added by E. Nickerson- Photo taken about 1923 Rampart. Charles Mayo - Center. with Children.- Universty Of Alaska Archives. /Elwin Nickerson/

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Some Canadian Tribes

Includes the Following Indian Tribes

Algonkin Arapaho Assiniboin Atsina Bellabella Bellacoola Beothuk Family Chilliwack Chippewa Cowichan Cree Crow Dakota Etchaottine Etchareottine Etheneldeli Haida Hidatsa Huron Iroquois Kawchodinne Kitksan Kutchin Kutenai Kwakiutl Lillooet Malecite Micmac Montagnais Moravians MunseeNahane Nakotchokutchin Nanaimo Neutral Nooksak Nootka Ntlakyapamuk Okanagon Onondaga Ottawa Passamaquoddy Puntlatsh Seechelt Sekani Senijextee Shuswap Siksika Songish Squawmish Tahltan Tatlitkutchin Tatsanottine Thlingchadinne Tionontati Tsattine Tschantoga Tsilkotin Tsimshian Tukkuthkutchin Tutchonekutchin