Northwest Territories Canada

Jack Indians

Jack Indians. An unidentified tribe mentioned by Dobbs, who states that in 1731 they came to trade at the mouth of Albany River, Northwest Territory, Canada

Etheneldeli Tribe

Etheneldeli Indians, Etheneldeli Nation (‘caribou-eaters’). An Athapascan tribe living east of Lake Caribou and Lake Athabasca, in the barren grounds which extend to Hudson Bay Franklin placed them between Athabasca and Great Slave lakes and Churchill river, whence they resorted to Ft Chipewyan. Ross makes them apart of the eastern Tinne, their habitat being to the …

Etheneldeli Tribe Read More »

Pin It on Pinterest

Scroll to Top