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1 Chee-skon Lake
A small lake just inside the Wakimika Triangle old-growth stand and the location of the Spirit Rock, an ancient aboriginal sacred site. The area is sacred ground to the Temagami and Nipissing Ojibway. Chee-skon-abikong, its full Ojibway name, means "lake at the place of the large rock."
PHOTO: Spirit Rock
BACKGROUND: Wakimika Triangle
Photo: Brian Back
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