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Selkirk First Nation

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Subject: Yukon, List of Indian reserves in Canada, Fort Selkirk, Jerry Alfred, Kluane First Nation
Collection: First Nations Governments in Yukon, First Nations in Yukon
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Selkirk First Nation

The Selkirk First Nation is a First Nation self-government in the Canadian territory, Yukon. Its original population centre was the trading post of Fort Selkirk, Yukon along the Yukon River, but most of its citizens now live in Pelly Crossing, Yukon where the Klondike Highway crosses the Pelly River. The language originally spoken by the Selkirk people was Northern Tutchone. There is a great effort to preserve the language and culture, as can be seen

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