Kluane First Nation

The Kluane Lake area is the traditional territory of the Lù’àn Män Ku Dän, the Kluane Lake People. The majority of the First Nations people from this area identify themselves as descendants of Southern Tutchone speakers and follow a matriarchal moiety system of two clans - Crow or Wolf.
Kluane First Nation

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