Mi'k Maq News of Bay St George


Indian Head

Indian Head

Indian Head has been in existence for hundreds of years and was mentioned in the writings of W.E. Cormack on his historic journey across Newfoundland, in the early 1800's. In 1822, Cormack listed 150 Mi'kmaq living at Indian Head, with the family names of Benoit, Alexander, Lucoos, Young, Marche, LeBlanc, Gallant, Gabriel, and Cormier.

The community was first know as L'ans Savage. Later it was called Indian Head and then Stephenville. Micmac and Montagnais, and Biothuck had fished, camped and lived in the area from at least the early 1500s and earlier.

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Tourist attraction

Geology of the area

Indian Head Park

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