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Miki Promislow
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Deline guide and trapper, Morris Modeste, stands on top of one of Gorabe's two prominent red rock outcrops. Also known as Manitou Island, Gorabe, located off the south shore of Great Bear Lake's Keith Arm is a sacred site for the Dene.

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