Kinonjeoshtegon Indian Tribe of Manibota

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This band of Chippewa Indians is another that lives between lake Winnipeg and lake Manitoba. They live on the fringes of numerous white settlements and they are feeling the horrible effects of white culture. About half the population of Jackhead first nation (Kinonjeoshtegon) live in white communities. The name jackhead in anishinabe, is ki-non-jay-o-steg-on. Their band history is similar to that of the other chippewa first nation located between lakes winnipeg and manitoba. Their total enrolled population is 689, with 349 living on the first nation. Their reserve covers 1,346 hectares or 3,326 acres.

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