The category in question relates to the Native Americans project, but you are right in a sense, Gaston. She is of first nations origin (Canadian term) but from what I can tell, there's no agreement as to her place of birth.
It is important to note that the Abenaki people lived in a territory that covered parts of modern-day southern Quebec, New Brunswick, and Maine. It is entirely likely she was born on the American side of the 'border' we have today, as the Abenaki did not migrate north of the 'border' until about 1669. Without a source for her place of birth, it's a matter of conjecture.
I also noticed that she is stated to be of Algonquin origin and is placed in the Algonquin category. I would have to disagree, as the Abenaki were of the 'language group Algonquian' but not part of the Algonquin Nation.
Hope that provides a bit of insight into the issue.