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WWI Notes

-Aboriginal veterans did not recieve the same benifits as the non-aboriginal veterans

-Difficult for black canadians to fight in WWI, government didn't want them to

Canadian History 11 1 month 4 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Blades608
Notes (EthanMuise) 1 month 4 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Muise780
Notes (Ethan Muise 1 month 4 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Muise780
Government structures in first nations societies

In what ways in the aboriginal world view reflected in their government?

Canadian History 11 2 months 2 hours ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Allen429
The world wars

The first world war

The first world war went from 1914 to 1918.

-By the end of the war, over 65 million soldiers from 35 nations had served in the war.

Canadian History 11 2 months 3 hours ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry halliesurette
War at Passchendaele

First World War

-the first World War raged from 1914-1918.

-more than 4000 indigenous people served in uniform during the conflict.

-some communities saw every man between 20-35 years of age enlist.

Canadian History 11 2 months 3 hours ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Huston390
Government Structures in First Nation Societies:

1. In what ways is the Aboriginal world view reflect in their government? The Iroquois believed in the sky woman, like the catholic believe in a god. Because they believed a woman was what created the world, most descisions in their community were decided by a woman.

Canadian History 11 2 months 3 days ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry halliesurette
levels of creation Jordan, Koby and Emily

first level of creation: 

Canadian History 11 2 months 3 days ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Saulnie285
QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS

#1 In what ways in the Aboriginal world view reflected in their governments?

2 months 3 days ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry smolinski
Questions of Consideration

#1.  In what ways is the Aboriginal world view reflected in their Governments?

Canadian History 11 2 months 4 days ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Huston390
Food

Haudenosaunee

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Allen429
Eastern Woodland Hunters

the most important animal to the Eastern Woodland Hunters was the white tail deer, not only for the meat but the skins where died and used for shelter and clothing.

    They also hunted;

    raccoon

    bear

    squirrel

    beaver

    moose

2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Forbes866
Mi'kmaq Feasting

5.3 Feasting The themes that arose in all the discussions around feasting were the themes of community and sharing. The importance of celebrating and commemorating events together is why Mi’kmaq people feast as often as they do and most of their feasts are potlucks.

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Melanso587
Traditional Foods - Algonquin

The Algonquin were traditionally a hunter, fisher and agricultural culture. Their cultivated food included squash, beans and corn. These three crops collectivelty were known to the Algonquin as the Three Sisters. In addition, much was known with respect to the use of medicinal herbs and plants.

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry MrCooke
cree feast

the cree would feast on duck goose elk moose rabbit ansd they gathed berries and wild rice

2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Ellis260
MI'KMAQ MENU

 

Appetizers:

Potato – The potato is one of the most important food crops, cooked and eaten as a vegetable in Mi’kmaq cuisine. The potato was the most common food, which provide daily portion of energy.  

2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry smolinski
Cree ceremonial Foods

the cree live north and west of lake superior in ontario, manitoba, saskatchewan, and alberta.During cermonial times for the Cree they would eat specific things during them times including Ham and scone,Buffalo/Bison/Elk burgers, and fried breads.

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Hazelto818
what would the Cree eat?

What would the Cree eat?

-Pemmican

During the winter the Cree they ate Pemmican, pemmican is dried meat, mixed with melted fat and occasionally Saskatoon berries.

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Huston390
Menu Iroquois

-three sister soup

 -They cooked: black bear, elk, deer, rabbit, wolfes, turkey, beavers, ducks and other birds.

 

-Dried fish

 

 

-corn bread

 

 

-Corn pudding

 

 

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry halliesurette
What the cree ate druning feast's

The cree ate pike and salmon, caribou, moose, elk, deer, wolves, bears, beavers and rabbits,wild turkey, squirrel, raccoon, Corn (maize), pumpkin, squash and beans

 

 

website:www.warpaths2peacepipes.com

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Saulnie285
Cree ceremonial foods

 The cree live north and west of Lake superior in ontario, manitoba, Saskatchewan and alberta. during ceremonuial times for the cree they would eat specidfic things during them times including ham and scones, buffalo/bison/elk burgers and fried breads.

Canadian History 11 2 months 1 week ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Miller157
mi'kmaq and nisgas

The Mi'Kmaq and The Nisga's are both a native american group. 

2 months 2 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry Sears899
Comparison of indigenous tribes in Canada

The map below (you cannot see the map, but you can image) shows you localization of most important tribes in Canada. All these tribes were different cultures and traditions. Some of these traditions are cultivated today by aboriginal society.

2 months 2 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Blog entry smolinski
Nisga'a (EthanMuise)

The Nisga has lived in the Nass River Valley of NorthWestern British Colombia since time immemorial. As of 2011, 1,909                                        

Canadian History 11 2 months 2 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Article Muise780
Nisga'a (EthanMuise)

The Nisga has lived in the Nass River Valley of NorthWestern British        Colombia since time immemorial. As of 2011, 1,909                                        

Canadian History 11 2 months 2 weeks ago 2 weeks 2 days ago Article Muise780

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