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The Nisga has lived in the Nass River Valley of NorthWestern British Colombia since time immemorial. As of 2011, 1,909
The Mi'kmaq are a First Nation people indigenous to Canada's Atlantic Provinces and the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec. They call their national territory Mi'Kma'Ki. Others today live in Newfoundland and the northeastern region of Maine. The nation has a population of about 40,000
The nisgas ofthen spelled nishga and spelled in their language as nisgaa. the offcial language of nisgas is english and their language. The nisga's lived on the nass river valley of nothwesteren britsh columbia. They ate salmaon, mussels, razer clams and many more.
Nisga'a reside in the Nass River Valley of northwestern British Columbia.
The nisga are the original occupants of the Nass River valley of northwestern British Columbia. They ate:
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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. The oldest woman of the clan is called the Clan Mother.
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.
Aboriginal Contributions and Innovations
Submitted by smolinski on
Mon, 09/18/2017 - 13:35
Aboriginal Contributions and Inventions:
Extand technologies as of contact:
one of the innovations speceifc to the thule was the sun goggels. the sun goggles were made from drift wood or tree bark. thry would protect your eyes from the glar from the snow in the sun. these have bee passed down through the ages this is just one of the many artc innovations.
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.
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.
Sites and resources discussing Aboriginal North American creation stories and myths, cultural traditions, economic history etc.
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.
Inkscape Tutorials - https://inkscapetutorials.org/category/inkscapetuts-original/
Please note: this play has nothing at all to do with ducks. Or geese. Or swans.
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