A series of lakes and rivers form the border between Minnesota and Ontario. This series of waterways has been important to humans since before written history. When a group of French explorers led by Jacues de Noyan first came through the area in 1688, they encountered villages of Cree, Assiniboin and Monsoni Natives. These peoples were firmly entrenched in the fish and game-rich region
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