Woodstock First Nation is located in the country of Canada in the province of New Brunswick on the shore of the Saint John River. The community is south of Hartland and north of Fredericton on the west side of the river.
- The “Saint John River” is a name given to our river by the English colonists. It was known as the Wulustuk by the original inhabitants (our Ancestors) which translated means The Beautiful River. We are the people of the beautiful river, the Wulustukwiak.
- Woodstock First Nation was the second site for this Band of Maliseet people.
- The first site was downriver near the community of Meductic.
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