The N'quatqua First Nation, also known as the N'quatqua Nation, the N'Quatqua First Nation, the Nequatque First Nation, the Anderson Lake Indian Band, the Anderson Lake First Nation and the Anderson Lake Band , is a First Nations government located in the sothern Coast Mountains region of the Canadian province of British Columbia at the community of D'Arcy, where the British Columbia Railway meets the head of Anderson Lake, about midway between the towns of Pemberton and Lillooet.
Unlike most other St'at'imc governments it is not a member of the Lillooet Tribal Council, the largest grouping of band governments of the St'at'imc people (aka the Lillooet people). Also broken away from the Lillooet Tribal Council are the three bands of the In-SHUCK-ch Nation on the lower Lillooet River and at the head of Harrison Lake. The N'quatqua Nation was originally part of the In-SHUCK-ch breakaway group but has since constituted itself separately, despite close family and cultural ties to the other bands of the the In-SHUCK-ch and Lillooet Tribal Council. The location of the community of D'Arcy, which is at the upper end of Seton Lake about 35 miles southeast of Lillooet and about the same distance from Pemberton.
Anderson Lake, Devine, Birkenhead