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The White River First Nation is a First Nation of Upper Tanana, Northern Tutchone, and Southern Tutchone peoples in the western Yukon Territory in Canada. Its main population centre is Beaver Creek, Yukon. The White River people historically spoke Athabaskan languages of Upper Tanana and Northern Tutchone. As of May 2021, the Nation has a total of 161 registered members, including four members living on their own reserve.


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The White River First Nation is a First Nation of Upper Tanana, Northern Tutchone, and Southern Tutchone peoples in the western Yukon Territory in Canada. The people historically spoke Athabaskan languages of Upper Tanana and Northern Tutchone.

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Province : Yukon
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