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Halfway River First Nation

"Halfway River" is the name of an Athabaskan First Nations community of British Columbia, Canada. The Halfway River Band is primarily made up of Dane-zaa (Beaver) people. The Halfway River people are English speakers today, but many people, especially elders, also speak their native Beaver language.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Halfway River tribe and language:

 Beaver language
 Beaver First Nation
 Beaver Indians
 Beaver words
 Athabaskan languages
 British Columbia languages

Here are links to more Internet resources about Halfway River First Nation:
 Halfway River First Nation Homepage
 Treaty 8: Halfway River Nation
 Wikipedia: Halfway River First Nations
 BC Assembly of First Nations: Halfway River Band
 Halfway River Language Community

And here are a few good books about Halfway River and the Beavers:
 Where Happiness Dwells: A History of the Dane-zaa First Nations
 When You Sing It Now, Just Like New
 Beaver Texts



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