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Marie and to the North Country above Lake Superior.
A mixed population of Europeans, Native Americans, First Nations peoples and Métis lived in the village spanning the river.
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The eventual bursting of the ice dam unleashed a catastrophic flood, dropping the lake's depth to 50 feet (15 m) and cutting deep, narrow gorges and unusual rock formations into the sandstone seen today.
The area of the Dells provides a mixture of plant communities, including northern and southern oak and pine forests, as well as oak savanna, moist cliffs, and dry cliffs.
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The cliffs, some over 100 feet (30 m) high, and side canyons are closed to the public to protect sensitive ecological features.
The viewing of the rock formations by water is a popular tourist attraction in the area.
, meaning "Place of the Rapids," by the Ojibwa, who used the site as a regional meeting place during whitefish season in the St. (The anglicized form of this name, Bawating, continues to be used in institutional and geographic names in and around the area.) After the visit of Étienne Brûlé in 1623, the French called it "Sault de Gaston" in honour of Gaston (Duke of Orleans) the brother of King Louis XIII of France.
In 1668, French Jesuit missionaries renamed it survives almost exclusively in geographic names dating from the 17th century.