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Barriere Lake (Lac Barrière)

"Barriere Lake" is the name of one of the Algonquin First Nations of Quebec. Their name is said to come from the French translation of an Algonquin place name meaning "stone weir," referring to a natural barrier of rocks that existed by the mouth of the lake. The Algonquin name for their band is Mitcikinabik Inik or Mitchikanibikok Inik. The Barriere Lake Algonquins speak a Northern Algonquin dialect.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Lac Barriere tribe and language:

 Algonquin language
 Barriere Lake Algonquins
 Algonquin history
 Algonquin translation
 Algic languages
 Quebec Native people

Here are links to more Internet resources about the Lac Barriere Algonquins:
 Aboriginal Affairs: Algonquins of Barriere Lake
 Barriere Lake Solidarity
 Barriere Lake Algonquin News

And here are a few good books about the Lac Barrieres:
 The Algonquins
 Eci Mikoian
 Algonquian Spirit

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