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Early leadership of Haudenosaunee and the contemporary Nisga'a

The Haudenosaunee were farmers. Farming helped them make communities. They made a complex system of government based on democratic principles.

3 days 21 hours ago 3 days 21 hours ago Blog entry halliesurette
Early leadership of the Nisga'a and Haudosaunee
  • The Nisga'a had 4 clans- Killer Whale, Raven, Eagle and Wolf.
  • Iroquois chiefs were male but they inheirited their rights to hold the position of office through their mother.
  • Iroquois had three to ten clans, each with their own language.
3 days 21 hours ago 3 days 21 hours ago Blog entry Doucett532
pg.149
  • nisga'a never signed any treaties with British, or later the Canadian, goverment in which they ceded territory in return for certain rights and guarantees.
  • a landmark agreement was finally reached in 1999
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3 days 21 hours ago 3 days 21 hours ago Blog entry Huston390
Haudenosaunee

Among the haudenosunee are groups of people who came together as families called clan. As a matrilinel society, each clan is linked by a common female ancetor with women possessing a leadership role within in the clan. 

3 days 21 hours ago 3 days 21 hours ago Blog entry Allen429
contemporay learders 3 days 21 hours ago 3 days 21 hours ago Blog entry Ellis260
hello there Canadian History 11 5 days 17 hours ago 5 days 17 hours ago Blog entry Ellis260
The Constitutional Act of 1791

The Constiutional Act of 1791

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6 days 20 hours ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Miller157
Innovations

Aboriginal innovations such as the dogsled have endured the test of time and are stll effective technologies today in the environments for which they were created. They also had snowshoes made from wood and sinew were also good for tracking across snow. 

6 days 20 hours ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Allen429
Innovations

Aboriginal innovations such as the dogsled have endured the test of time and are stll effective technologies today in the environments for which they were created. They also had snowshoes made from wood and sinew were also good for tracking across snow. 

6 days 20 hours ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Allen429
List of Indigenous and Aboriginal Technologies before the Clash of Eastern and Western Civilizations

Aboriginal Contributions and Innovations

Mon, 09/18/2017 - 13:35

Aboriginal Contributions and Inventions: 

6 days 18 hours ago 6 days 18 hours ago Blog entry smolinski
Transmission of technologies

Extand technologies as of contact:

  • food
    • farming
    • gathering
  • medical
  • transportation
    • plains
    • northern
    • woodland
    • coastal

 

Canadian History 11 1 week 2 days ago 1 week 2 days ago Blog entry MrCooke
Page 97; question 1.

The technologies used in each group were devolped and made to their needs and way of life. They have different resources, all depending on where their home/resting place is, and they used what they had.

1 week 2 days ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Doucett532
Page 97 question 1

There are some technologies that many groups use, and there are others that are just used from a special group. For example: The cure for scurvy that saved one of Jacques Cartier's men from dying was created by the Aboriginals.

1 week 2 days ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry halliesurette
pg.97 question #1

I think that different groups had different technologies maybe because they were in different climites; so for example maybe some groups don't have canoes because they aren't near water or some groups dont have snow shoes because they dont have snow year around.

1 week 2 days ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Huston390
technolgy

im not too sure yet 

1 week 2 days ago 1 week 2 days ago Blog entry Allen429
technolgy

no

1 week 2 days ago 1 week 2 days ago Blog entry Allen429
technological innovations

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1 week 2 days ago 6 days 20 hours ago Blog entry Forbes866
Aboriginal Technologies

The technologies common to each Aborginal group were common because they all needed them to a degree (spears, arrows, etc), whereas things like snow shoes and dog sleds would be specific to just one group far north because they needed to adjust to their environment.

1 week 2 days ago 1 week 2 days ago Blog entry Melanso587
Aboriginal World View

Sites and resources discussing Aboriginal North American creation stories and myths, cultural traditions, economic history etc.

Canadian History 11 1 week 3 days ago 1 week 3 days ago Link MrCooke
New Tutorial list - Multimedia 12 - Inkscape

Complete as many of the beginner / intermediate as you can, as quickly as possible. The more complex and advanced tutorials should take a.ittle longer to do. 

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1 week 6 days ago 1 week 6 days ago Link MrCooke
History 11 Sept. 11, 2017

1 week 6 days ago 1 week 6 days ago Blog entry MrCooke
Inkscape Tutorials

MULTIMEDIA 12

 

Inkscape Tutorials - https://inkscapetutorials.org/category/inkscapetuts-original/

2 weeks 2 days ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Article MrCooke
The Ugly Duckling by A A Milne

Please note: this play has nothing at all to do with ducks. Or geese. Or swans.

Links to live productions:

Drama 11, Drama 10 2 months 3 weeks ago 2 months 3 weeks ago Link MrCooke
Business Technology 11: Link

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B40FtfQyf14bNlhUYWw3NGlNa1U?usp=sharing

3 months 1 week ago 2 months 3 weeks ago Submission MrCooke
Displacements in Canadian History

Review definitions of HEARTLAND, HINTERLAND and STAPLES.

Read chapter 24: Land, Culture and Displacement; write answers to questions 1 & 5, page 267.

Prepare an answer for question #3

 

Canadian History 11 5 months 1 day ago 3 months 1 week ago Course To Do MrCooke

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