Bear Lake

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Sekani People - Todays Sekani First Nations
... Trench, Reserves Fort Ware #1, Sucker Lake #2, Weissener Lake #3, ca ... Population 425) Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council Takla Lake First Nation (the Takla Lake Nation is an amalgamation of the North Takla Band and the Fort Connelly Band in 1959, the main community is at Takla. 150 km north of Prince George, Reserves Arctic Lake #10, Blue Lake #24, Bear Lake #32, Carp Lake #3, Davie Lake #28, Finlay Bay #21, Hominka #11, Kerry Lake East #9, Kerry Lake West #8, Mackenzie #19, McIntyre ...
Bear Lake, Indiana - Merry Lea Environmental Center
... Center of Goshen College is located just south of Wolflake at Bear Lake in Noble County, Indiana ...
Connelly Range
... of the Omineca Mountains, located between Bear Lake and the headwaters of the Omineca River in northern British Columbia, Canada ... As the Omineca is in the Arctic Ocean drainage and Bear Lake that of the Pacific, the range is part of the Cnotinental Divide ... to where it was, either at the outlet of the Bear Lake (i.e ...
Little Bear Lake (Saskatchewan)
... Little Bear Lake is a small-medium sized lake in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada, located just off Hanson Lake Road ... It is known for its many types of fish both in the lake and on nearby lakes ... As well, the lake is several hundred feet deep ...
Bear Lake (Fort Connelly) - History
... but may have been either at the north end of the lake, or on an island in Tsaytut Bay ... its name which was applied to this settlement on April 23, 1940 as "Bear Lake (Fort Connelly)", a designation which lasted until November 2, 1964 ...

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