r rivers, al

l risi▓ng in the Greater Hinggan Mountains.Nantunzhen, the seat of the banner g

ool-tops and casings are produced in the banner. Some 20-odd of these products are exported. The yellow oxen bred on ▓the grassland have won a name for themselves in Southeast Asian countries. Pelts of a score▓ or so of fur-bearing animals are also produced ▓locally.Reeds are in riot growth and in great abundance alo▓ng the Huihe River in the banner. Some 35,000 tons are used▓ annually for making paper. Lying beneath the grassland are rich deposits of coal, iron, gold, copper and rock crystal.HistoryThe forefathers of the Ewenkis had originally been a people who earned their living by fishing, hunting and breeding reindeer in the forests northeast of Lake Baikal and along the Shileke River (upper reaches of the Heilong River),▓ tracing their ancestry to the "Shiwe▓is", particularly the "Northern Shiweis" and "Bo Shiweis" living at the time of Northern Wei (386-534) on the upper reaches of the H▓eilong River, and the "Ju" tribes that bred deer at the time

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of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) in the fo▓rests of Taiyuan to the northeast of Lake Baikal. Later, they moved east, with one section coming to live on the middle reaches of the Heilong River. In history, the Ewenkis and the Oroqens and Mongolians living in forests to the east of Lake Baikal and the Heilong River Valley in the Yuan Dynasty (1280▓-1368) were known as a "forest people," and a people "moving on deer's backs" by the time of the Ming (1368-16▓44). When it came to the Qing period▓ (1644-1911) they were called the "Sulongs"▓ or "Kemunikans" (another tribal people ▓different from the Sulongs at the time) who ▓knew how to use deer.In 1635, the Kemunikans came under▓ the domination of Manchu rulers after their conquest▓ of t

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