There is a strong possibility that the two village sites, Ahatsistari (formerly the Allen Tract BeGx-76) and Chew (BeGx-9), are the remains of Carhagouha and Quieunonascaran. Both villages were described in the early 17th century by Samuel de Champlain and Recollect missionary, Gabriel Sagard. Observations made by Champlain and Sagard while residing in these villages form the basis of a rich ethnohistorical account of Huron-Wendat life.

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