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This sea lay in a depression of the Earth's crust, centred in what is now the lower peninsula of the State of Michigan.Known geologically as the Michigan Basin, the outer rim of this massive saucer-shaped feature governs the location of the Niagara Escarpment, which is shaped like a gigantic horseshoe.In less than 20 years most of the valuable timber was gone and timber industry jobs declined.By the mid-1920s formerly abundant forests of the peninsula were nearly barren.However, along with the Saugeen First Nation, the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation also claims to be the 'political successor apparent' to the Chippewa of Saugeen Ojibway Territory.Under the Saugeen Tract Agreement, the portion south of Owen Sound was ceded to the Crown, with reserves later established on the Bruce Peninsula.Today, fossil remains illustrating the various life forms can be found in many of the rocks as they are slowly exposed by the action of wind, water and ice.Saugeen First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation located along the Saugeen River and Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada.
In 1881 settlers built the first sawmill on the peninsula in Tobermory.
The original territory included all of the Saugeen River watershed and all of the Bruce Peninsula.
Organized in the mid-1970s, during a period of increased political activism, Saugeen First Nation declared itself the primary 'political successor apparent' to the historic Chippewas of Saugeen Ojibway Territory, who had occupied this territory and made treaties with the Crown.
Oral history from Saugeen and Nawash suggests their ancestors have been here as early as 7500 years ago.
The area of Hope Bay is known to natives as Nochemoweniing, or Place of Healing.
The nations included the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation and Saugeen First Nation.