For centuries the Attawandarons occupied the lands around Norfolk County. The area known throughout native communities as the 'beaver hunting ground'. Because of their ability to stay impartial to any one side in the event of a dispute, they were accurately known as 'the Neutrals'.

They were an advanced agricultural society, the first to recognize the benefits of the land for tobacco. Their tribe was strong in numbers and their warriors fierce.

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