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Resources for identifying the tribe or band of an aboriginal person (American Indian, Native American) who lived in Canada.
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It is important to identify the tribe or band of an aboriginal person (the [[Indians of Canada|Canadian]] term for [[Indians_of_North_America|American Indians]] or Native Americans) who lived in Canada. Some helpful information to assist you toward this end is available in Library and Archives Canada, [http://www.collectionscanada.ca/genealogy/022-607.002.01.01.08-e.html Researching Your Aboriginal Genealogy at Library and Archives Canada]
  
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Latest revision as of 23:08, 21 November 2009

It is important to identify the tribe or band of an aboriginal person (the Canadian term for American Indians or Native Americans) who lived in Canada. Some helpful information to assist you toward this end is available in Library and Archives Canada, Researching Your Aboriginal Genealogy at Library and Archives Canada


 

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