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Moose Deer Point First Nation

Thse descendants of the Pottawatomi from the American Mid-West were allies of the British Government who settled in Southern Ontario in the late 1830’s to join the Beausoleil Band on Beausoleil Island. Later, some members of Beausoleil and some Pottawatomi moved north and established a settlement at Moose Point where a reserve was first surveyed in 1917

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The people of Moose Deer Point are descendants of the Pottawatomi of the American Mid-West. As allies of the British Government, the Pottawatomi responded to an invitation from said Government, to settle in Southern Ontario in the late 1830’s, eventually joining the Beausoleil Band on Beausoleil Island. Later, some members of Beausoleil and some Pottawatomi moved north and established a settlement at Moose Point. The Moose Point Reserve was first surveyed in 1917 and vested by an Order-in-Council the same year.

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