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Wrigley, Northwest Territories


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by Antonio Martins

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White flag with large local badge on it. This badge is roughly circular, in red and black line drawing, and is divided horizontally by a rectangle reading "Pehdzeh Ki / First Nation" in fantasy capitals; above, two ptarmigans against some spruce trees; bellow, a landscape scene showing a river and more fir trees against a mountain skyline.

Wrigley (also known as Tthedzeh Koe, meaning "clay place"), with a population of 167 (as of 1996), is located at 6314'N lat. and 12328'W long., on the middle course of the Mackenzie River. Local languages are South Slavey and English, and the community belongs to the electoral district of Nahendeh and to land claim area of Deh Cho Treaty 11.


Antonio Martins, 3 July 2000