Indian place names in Ontario by William Francis Moore Download PDF EPUB FB2
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, C. Meredith (Cyril Meredith), Indian, pseudo-Indian place names in the Canadian West. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences, This book explains the origin of more than 2, Ontario place names shown on the Official Ontario Road Map, where the origins are known, plus many places not shown on the map that have unusual names/5.
Bear Hills Lake translation of Cree place name ; Bear Hill translation of Cree place name ; Beaver Hills (includes today's Elk Island Park) translation of Cree, Blackfoot and Nakoda place names for the feature. Blood Reserve (formerly Indian reserve) Kinai First.
Metis Nation of Ontario: Beaverhouse First Nation P.O. Box 29 Government Road, East Kirkland Lake, Ontario P2N 3L1 () Michipicoten First Nation PO Box 1, Site 8, RR#1, Wawa, Ontario Canada P0S 1K0 () Brunswick House First Nation HWY East, P.O.
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The Book of Mormon Ramah was [relatively near] the Waters of Ripliancum in the "land northward," and, similarly, the modern day Rama Indian Reservation is located [relatively near] several place names with a "Ripple" designation, in Canada (the north country).".
Ontario history - Ontario Historical Society, Volumes Middlesex County Pioneers, Rev. Alexander MacIntosh, Baptism, Marriage, Burial Records, War of Sketches, Georgian Bay Place Names, Brockville/Johnstown pioneers, Joseph Brant, Ottawa Valley bush life, Indian.
Ontario Locator is a directory of past and present place names in Ontario, Canada, created for genealogists to assist with locating the township, county or district needed to research family histories in Ontario.
Ontario Residential Phone Book, White Pages Canda. Find a person in Ontario by Name, Address, Postal Code or By Reverse Phone Number Lookup.
You can use The Ontario A to Z Name Directory to Find a Resident of Ontario by Last Name. You can also find a Business or Professional Service Provider in Ontario. Most of these names describe an outstanding physical characteristic of a place, while others denote a significant incident, activity, band or tribe.
Below is a list of 30 Indigenous place names and their meanings that the Encyclopedia has compiled to help celebrate its 30th anniversary. Place Names Can Provide Valuable Insight Into a variety of fascinating aspects of geography, history, languages, cultures, and customs of a particular region.
Ontario, with its extensive overlay of place names with connections to the British Isles, differs markedly in place-name characteristics from Canada's other regions, especially those which have been historically imprinted with the French.
Chiefs of Ontario ___"Chiefs of Ontario is a coordinating body for First Nation communities located within the boundaries of the Province of Ontario." Visit its comprehensive website to access such things as a directory of Ontario's Native communities, articles from the Chiefs of Ontario Magazine, community profiles and the latest news.
Indian Place Names Home» Names. Indian names are used in India and in Indian communities throughout the world. See also about Indian names. more filters Filter Results Name of an Indian river, which is possibly derived from the name of the goddess YAMI. 26 results. Sometimes incredible places are hidden in plain sight.
These six towns take their names from famous cities around the globe, but are home a unique Canadian charm all their own. Here’s a few you can discover on your next Ontario road trip. Paris, Ontario. Carleton Place.
Map 10 (N32) Carlisle. Map 2 (R25), Map 3 (R25) Carlow. Map 2 (Q21), Map 4 (Q21) Carlsbad Springs. Map 11 (N34) Carlsruhe. Map 4 (P22) Carluke.
Map 2 (R25), Map 3 (R25) Carnarvon. Map 5 (N27) Carp. Map 10 (N32), Map 11 (N32) Carrying Place. Map 6 (P29) Cartier. Map 13 (J14) Sudbury Area. Casselman. Map 11 (N34) Castleford. Map. Get this from a library. Indians of Ontario. [J L Morris J L Morris; Ontario. Department of Lands and Forests.] -- Contains schedule of Indian reserves in Ontario with information on treaty number, reserve name, treaty, location of reserve, tribe or band, area in acres, and original acres.
The Atlas of True Names is a German-based project by map publisher Kalimedia that attempts to reveal the etymological roots — or original meanings — of.
“The Stories from the Land: Indigenous Place Names in Canada interactive map helps us all learn more about the significance of the lands that surround us and the Indigenous languages, cultures and the customs behind place names that make up our country’s rich history and unique geography.
Our government is proud to join with the provinces and territories to pay homage to the places and. Repect all names. Canada a has become such a multicultural country. African names, Asian names, East Indian names, East European names Many are hard to understand but I am sure the name is recorded so should First Nation names and especially First Nation names.
I would love to know the meaning of all Canadian places and not just an empty name. According to "The Real Yellow Pages", there are 3 Indian restaurants in Ontario to choose from. Some of the most popular places to eat Indian food in Ontario include Mantra Indian Cuisine, Koyla Indian Grill, and Bombay Restaurant Cuisine of India.
Here the Anishinaabeg divided into two groups: one that traveled up and settled along the Ottawa River, and the core group who proceeded to the "second stopping place" near Niagara Falls.
By the time the Anishinaabeg established their "third stopping place" near the present city of Detroit, the Anishinaabeg had divided into six distinct nations: Algonquin, Nipissing, Missisauga, Ojibwa, Odawa and Potawatomi.
A name is for life. Aboriginal place names contribute to a rich tapestry. The map of Canada is a rich tapestry of place names.
These names reflect the diverse history and heritage of the nation. Many of the country's earliest place names draw on Aboriginal sources. Joseph ranked first in boy names over a year period.
The most popular baby name for boys in was Noah, which replaced Benjamin, while Olivia remained the most popular baby name for girls. Top 20 Ontario Baby Names for Noah, Liam, and Benjamin were the most popular baby boy names across the majority of Ontario cities.
Best Indian Restaurants in Toronto, Ontario: Find Tripadvisor traveller reviews of Toronto Indian restaurants and search by price, location, and more. It's incredible how many places in Canada were actually named after Canadian Native Aboriginal Indian words or names.
Everything from provinces, cities, towns, rivers, lakes and even the country itself have been named after Native Aboriginal Indian terms. This list of place names in Canada of Indigenous origin contains Canadian places whose names originate from the words of the First Nations, Métis, or Inuit, collectively referred to as Indigenous possible the original word or phrase used by Indigenous peoples is included, along with its generally believed meaning.
Names listed are only those used in English or French, as many. Cities named Ontario: to select only cities, choose "Cities". There are 14 places called Ontario in the world. The name Iroquois has been given to a branch of the Kankakee River, Ill., to an Illinois County and a village in the same, and to villages in South Dakota and Ontario.
The names of each of the five constituent tribes have also been widely used. Neutral Indians. Wenrohronon Indians. Probably meaning “The people or tribe of the place of.
Important: There are very few reference books on the genealogy of Amerindians, but we find many books about their history. Names used to designate Natives, other than the name of their tribe or nation, include: Savage (a pejorative, rarely used today but common only a half-century ago), Indian, North American Indian, Native, and Amerindian.
The names may denote a community, caste, profession, religion or place of birth. As per the data revealed inSingh, Devi, Kaur, Das and Kumar are five of the most popular surnames. These five names are widespread as they refer to a person’s religion or social class.
Tamils, on the other hand, use their father’s name as the last name. Guide to Finding a Loyalist Ancestor in Upper Canada (Ontario) is available in paperback or as an e-book on and on Other Loyalist genealogy records you will want to consult are Loyalist Muster Rolls for Butler's Rangers; Sir John Johnston's [Johnstone's] Brigade; King's Royal Regiment of New York (KRRNY); Men From the Turloch Militia who Joined KRRNY or Butler's.
Crotch Lake, Ontario. This slightly awkward but apt name comes from the fact that the lake has two narrows, and the point where they meet resembles the crotch of a stick. The name certainly shouldn’t deter potential visitors—the beautiful lake is home to 77 campsites and is part of the canoe route through the Mississippi River.Ojibway Indians of Ontario trace their origins to ogima sagima who led Ojibway Soldiers to prepare to colonize Michigan, Ontario and Quebec.
These events happened in the 16th century according to 19th century Ojibway historian Andrew Blackbird. First location Ojibway Indians of Ontario colonized in Ontario, was possibly Manitoulin Island.