Northern Manitoba Place Names
by John Boulette
Norway House, Manitoba
Manitoba Pageant, January 1957
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Indian meaning "Bad Throat;" so named by an Indian Chief who was camped at the mouth of the river, and heard a moose call, which had a peculiar sound in the throat.
(Drumming Island) Formerly a great gathering spot for Indians from Kenora to Warren's Landing; here were held meetings, pow-wows and dances.
One of the longest rapids in the North 0.8 miles in length. Here still remains the tramway used by the Hudson's Bay Company in the days of the York Boats.
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