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River of time
During its regression, the glacier still covers much of Eeyou Istchee.
Final disappearance of the glacial ice in the northeastern part of Eeyou Istchee.
First human occupation of the Eastmain-1 area.
An increase in the number of sites begins.
Period of almost exclusive use of Mistassini quartzite from the Colline Blanche (Waapushukamikw) begins.
By the time of the birth of Christ, the Eastmain-1 area had been occupied for about 3,500 years.
Crees and their neighbours intensify their social networks across the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula and eyond.
Mistassini quartzite is only one of several types of stone being used.
The Iroquois raid well into Eeyou Istchee.
Crees begin to participate in the fur trade, both with the French to the southeast and the English on the coast of James Bay.
The beginning of the canoe brigades between Rupert House and the inland posts.
Elders associated with the Eastmain-1 area are born.
Signing of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.
Signing of the “Paix des Braves.”
Filling of the Eastmain-1 reservoir.