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Hidatsa, Huron and Iroquois Indians of Canada

Hidatsa. Like their relatives, the Crow, the Hidatsa may have lived on the north side of the International Boundary in late prehistoric times, but this is as yet uncertain. (See North Dakota.)

Huron. When Canada was first settled, the Huron lived in the region of Lake Simcoe, Ontario, but a hundred years earlier part of them occupied the lower St. Lawrence Valley. (See Wyandot under Ohio.)

Iroquois. Bands belonging to the tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy lived in Canada at various times and some are there at the present day. (See New York.)

The Indian Tribes of North of America, by John Swanton, 1953

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