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Chief Peguis

Chief Peguis

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A profile of chief Peguis and his son, Henry Prince by Metis historian and author Donna Sutherland. Peguis was a Mixed-blood of French and Saulteaux descent.
A profile of chief Peguis and his son, Henry Prince by Metis historian and author Donna Sutherland. Peguis was a Mixed-blood of French and Saulteaux descent.

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Published by: Lawrence J. Barkwell on Jun 20, 2013
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Chief Peguis
(1774-1864):From Donna G. Sutherland: St. Peter’s Churchhttp://www.stclementsheritage.com/index.php/our-heritage/places-of-worship/-anglican/stpeters-church/church-of-st-peter-dynevor Chief Peguis was buried in the cemetery of St. Peter’s Church in 1864. His life began in1774 near the St. Mary’s River in modern day Sault Ste. Marie (Ontario)
Born in 1774
Mother: a young Saulteaux woman – name unknown
Father: a French Canadian fur trader – name unknown
Moved west with his Band to Red Lake, Minnesota (USA) then to Pembina, North Dakota
Relocated to the forks of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers in the 1780s
Settled on the banks of Netley Creek 
Established St. Peter’s Settlement, East Selkirk with Rev. Cockran
Accepted the Christian name William King, his children took the surnamePrince
Died in 18641

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