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Hare Indians

Category: People
Sub Category:First Nations People of Canada
Alternative Names:
  • Ka so gotinè
  • Gahwié gotinè
  • Peaux de Lievre
  • Summary Information:
    Traditionally, Hare Indians inhabited an area from the Yukon border to the forested areas on the west and northwest shores of the great Bear River in the Northwest Territories. They are part of the Athaspacsan language family.

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  • Treaty 11

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    First Nations People of Canada

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