The traditional territory of the Attawapiskat First Nation extends beyond their reserve up the coast to Hudson Bay and hundreds of kilometres inland along river tributaries. Originally it was a seasonal camp that was visited only in the spring and summer to take advantage of the prime fishing on one of the main drainage rivers of James Bay. Historically, in the wintertime, families left the location to live in other trapping, hunting and gathering sites along the coast, inland or on Akimiski Island General iii. Attawapiskat was entered into treaty with Canada relatively late, in Treaty 9 adhesion , and the majority of the First Nation members moved to the community as late as the mids.
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On 31 March it was announced that the F Lightning II would replace the F as the primary training aircraft at Luke, although the date of deployment of the new aircraft to Luke and reorganization plans were not announced. It is a designated Superfund site due to a number of soil and groundwater contaminants. Lieutenant Luke was shot down at Murvaux between Verdun and Stenay, France, on 29 September , after he had destroyed three enemy balloons. Surviving the crash of his Spad, Lieutenant Luke drew two pistols and fired on German soldiers, killing several of them before he was killed. In , the U. Army sent a representative to Arizona to choose a site for an Army Air Corps training field for advanced training in conventional fighter aircraft. The city of Phoenix bought 1, acres 5.