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The Canadian's Part in WW1 aye Gehue868

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Indigenous Veterans OUTSTANDING HOMIE smolinski

OUTSTANDING HOMIE

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Canadian contribution to military struggles in 20th century. That's pretty rad, homie. Melanso587

That's pretty rad, homie.

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levels of creation Jordan, Koby and Emily astonishing  smolinski

astonishing 

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Mi'kmaq and nisga nICE McDonal967

verry nice

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How do you delete a blog? Solution MrCooke

Sorry I missed your question.

Open the blog (or whichever of your files you wish) and select EDIT tab. You can change, add or delete content as needed. At the very bottom of the Edit screen, you can SAVE, PREVIEW or DELETE the file.

Hope this helps!

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Eastern Woodland Hunters . Forbes866

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Mi'kmaq Feasting POWWOW WOW! smolinski

POWWOW WOW!

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MI'KMAQ MENU Very comprehensive comment. smolinski

Very comprehensive comment.

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MI'KMAQ MENU Stop trying so hard dork Melanso587

Stop trying so hard dork

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Mi'kmaq and nisga :) smolinski

:)

2 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of the Nisga'a and Haudosaunee very good, but wouldve put Huston390

very good, but wouldve put more info. of leadership of Haudenosaunee

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Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a Good, but a little boring. Doucett532

Good, but a little boring. Maybe be more discriptive so it's less undescriptive and makes more to be said & learned.

3 weeks 5 days ago
Haudenosaunee The information is intriguing Doucett532

The information is intriguing, but a bit basic. So, it's information that we've been told once or twice before. Also, you can add more than two sentences to give more information.

3 weeks 5 days ago
hello there need info. Huston390

need info.

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a Good, but you could have done smolinski

Good, but you could have done it more interesting. I mean add some intriguing stuff. 

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#3 pg.149 The information is good, but Doucett532

The information is good, but you can get into more details and, watch the spelling. It's mostly basic knowledge you're giving, so add more.

3 weeks 5 days ago
Haudenosaunee Indeed, very intriguing.  smolinski

Indeed, very intriguing. 

3 weeks 5 days ago
#3 pg.149 This blog contains only basic smolinski

This blog contains only basic knowledge of Nisga tribe. 

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a Not bad. But maybe make it a Allen429

Not bad. But maybe make it a little more organized. 

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a very discripted but yet was kinda boring Deveau960

very discripted but yet was kinda boring

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Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a it was very discripted this Ellis260

it was very discripted this post reminded me of a text book, but it was kinda boring but good job (:

3 weeks 5 days ago
#3 pg.149 maybe put a little more Allen429

maybe put a little more information in a few points 

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of the Nisga'a and Haudosaunee This blog provides us with smolinski

This blog provides us with series of deeply insights in sources of aboriginal tradition. I was mesmerized by vast amount of interesting information about Nisga. I have never ever read such marvelous and scientific article in my entire life. Your knowledge of indigenous tribes is immense. For instance, I have not known that Iroquois choose two chiefs. One was responsible for war another for civil. It is absolutely incredible. 

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Haudenosaunee interesting and intriging Hazelto818

interesting and intriging information, but maybe put more information about the role of the clan mother.

3 weeks 5 days ago
Haudenosaunee interesting and intriging Hazelto818

interesting and intriging information, but maybe put more information about the role of the clan mother.

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of the Nisga'a and Haudosaunee Good information. I like the Allen429

Good information. I like the layout, simple yet easy to read fast and learn lots. 

3 weeks 5 days ago
Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a very discripted and good Huston390

very discripted and good

3 weeks 5 days ago
Haudenosaunee very discriptive, but maybe Huston390

very discriptive, but maybe wouldve put more than 1 note

3 weeks 5 days ago
List of Indigenous and Aboriginal Technologies before the Clash of Eastern and Western Civilizations Aboriginal Contributions and Innovations smolinski

Aboriginal Contributions and Inventions: 

When in 1534 French colonialists came to Canada they found well-developed organization of native tribes. Tribes had an advanced knowledge of the natural environment, which allowed them to establish many trade routes and settlements in inaccessible for Europeans territories. The clash of civilizations followed upon. The first colonialists were at the mercy of aboriginal civilization. They must have negotiated, traded and cooperated with native people to sustain in new conditions. They also must have adjusted to new technologies. Below, you can find accomplished list of aboriginal contributions and innovations.   

CANOES – Canoes were made of bark and pitch. The canoes were an important means of transport for exploration and trade. It allowed travelling over shallow or difficult waterways. 

SNOWSHOES - Aboriginal people developed technology for travel over snow. This mervelous technology provided access to wild territories of Northern America.   

SNOW GOGGLES – Northern Aboriginal people developed bone or driftwood goggles to prevent blinding snow blaze while they hunted.

DOGSLEDS - The aborignal innovations such as the dogsled have endured the test of time and are still effective technologies today in the environments for which they were created. 

KAYAK – Kayaking started thousands of years ago in the Arctic regions of what we now call Greenland, Siberia, and North America. Inuit, the original people of the Canadian Far North, used the kayak to travel, to fish, and to hunt large sea mammals, seals, and even caribou.

 

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