2 edition of history of the Sarnia Indian Reserve found in the catalog.
history of the Sarnia Indian Reserve
Aylmer Nicholas Plain
|Statement||by Aylmer N. Plain.|
|LC Classifications||E99.C6 P524|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||77355976|
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The Sarnia Ojibways (aka Aam-joo-naang): This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Sarnia Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 1, hectares. They are from the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's. The Language is Ojibway The Population is ( census) The Saugeen Ojibways. If you’re from Sarnia, you can look for buildings you know. “Randy thought the technology had improved enough that a good photograph was possible and he encouraged me to pursue it.” This time, Sorensen was successful and 44 inch X 33 inch prints were made of the year-old map.
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A history of the Sarnia Indian Reserve by Aylmer Nicholas Plain; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, History, Ojibwa Indians; Places: Sarnia. “The Sarnia Street Project: A History of Sarnia’s Street Names from – ,” is being printed at cost, for anyone who wants one, as of April 1.
The spiral-bound book is available for $ at the customer service desk in the Finance Department, on City Hall’s main floor. The Indian Reserve almost adjoined the town, so that a quarter of an hour’s walk would take us on to their land. In front of the town and flowing down past the Indian Reserve is the broad river St.
Clair, connecting Lake Huron with Lake Erie, its banks on the Canadian side dotted over with the boats and fishing nets of the Indians. This band of Ojibway Indians live in extreme southern Ontario.
Sarnia has been used to identify these Ojibway People for a long time. In fact, Sarnia may be an Ojibway word. Their on-Reserve population according to 's census, is They have total housing units with lived in year round. Average household size is persons per. National Archives of Canada, Indian Affairs RG10, VolumeFile Sarnia reserve - Claim of Mary (Wapoose) Bateman to money for improvements on the sale of her land in Enniskillen Township.
National Archives of Canada, Indian Affairs RG10, VolumeFile Sarnia reserve - Claim of Nancy Wapoose to an annuty arising from the. Township. Another reserve was located at Sarnia on the St.
Clair River just below the rapids. The other two were on Lake Huron at Kettle Point and the mouth of the Au Sauble River. The two on the St. Clair River were named the Lower St. Clair Reserve and the Upper St. Clair Reserve at first. The Lower St.
Clair was ceded in His latest book, My Version of the History of Sarnia Township: tohas been donated to the Lambton County Historical Society which is expected to have copies for sale at the Steam. History of the City Crest. The three tiered coronet represents civic government.
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The national colours of red and white are represented. The name Aamjiwnaang would disappear from the written record and fall out of general use until recently when it was revived and adopted as the name of the reserve located at Sarnia.
During the decades between and the community of Sarnia began to. Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Sarnia, Ontario. likes 16 talking about this 3, were here.
The Aamjiwnaang First Nation is an Ojibwe First Nation 5/5(3). One band Chief and Council commonly administer more than one reserve such as the Beaver Lake Cree Nation with two reserves, or the Lenape people, who are in Canada incorporated as the Munsee-Delaware Nation and who occupy Munsee-Delaware Nation Indian Reserve No.
1, consists of three non-contiguous parcels of land totally hectares within the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, the largest City in Lambton County, is located on the shores of the busiest section of the St. Lawrence Seaway System where the St. Clair River joins Lake Huron.
Early in the s, the first settlers arrived in the Sarnia area and established a community known as “The Rapids”. Sarnia 45 - Indian reserve; Source: Statistics Canada Catalogue no. XWE. Ottawa. Released March 13 and Statistics Canada Catalogue no. XWE. Ottawa. Released Octo This data is an unofficial version of the materials, made.
Since the early 19th century, the Sarnia region has been populated by the Anishinaabe people, who inhabit the modern-day Aamjiwnaang Reserve at the southern end of the city. Prior to the Anishinaabe, the Tionontati (also known as the Petun) wrested the region from the Sauk in the early 17th century.
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