Dispersed but not Destroyed: A History of the Seventeenth-Century Wendat People, paper ed

$46.50

Dispersed but not Destroyed: A History of the Seventeenth-Century Wendat People Kathryn Magee Labelle examines the creation of a Wendat diaspora in the wake of the Iroquois attacks. By focusing the historical lens on the dispersal and its aftermath, she extends the seventeenth-century Wendat narrative. In the latter half of the century, Wendat leaders continued to appear at councils, trade negotiations, and diplomatic ventures -- including the Great Peace of Montreal in 1701 -- relying on established customs of accountability and consensus.

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Huron: Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture, paper ed

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Huron: Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture is one of the titles in the Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture series published by Weigl Educational Publishers. This volume written by Christine Webster describes the cultural history of the Huron also known as the Wendat, the people of the Woodland cultural region who live within Southern Ontario, Southern Quebec, Oklahoma, Michigan and Kansas. Originally the Wendat flourished in the areas around Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay in Ontario and the St. Lawrence Valley in Quebec.

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French and Indians in the Heart of North America, 1630-1815, paper ed

$29.95

French and Indians in the Heart of North America, 1630-1815 is a collection of 8 essays edited by Robert Englebert  and Guillaume Teasdale. The collection examines the complex relationships between the French and various Indigenous Nations in the geographical area that includes the Great Lakes region, the Illinois Country, the Missouri River Valley, and Upper and Lower Louisiana. Contributing scholars include: Arnaud Balvay, Gilles Havard, Kathryn Magee Labelle, Robert Michael Morrissey, Christopher M. Parsons, John Reda, Nicole St-Onge, and Richard Weyhing.

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First Contact: Canada A People's History, paper ed

$42.00

First Contact is one of the titles in the TV series, Canada: A People's History. Published in 2006 this 67-page text offers elementary students a resource that covers First Nations and Inuit prior to contact; an introduction to early explorers (Columbus, Cabot, Cartier, Champlain; and the impacts of contact (disease, fur trade, whaling, missionaries) for First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Told in 5 chapters the books present First Nation voices, as well as tools to understand perspectives and examine photographs and illustration.

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Orenda, The, hardcover ed

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Suggested for mature adult readers. Contains graphic violence.
Please read Hayden King's critical review from a First Nation perspective: http://www.muskratmagazine.com/home/node/192#.Uuxg6vulpp0. Hayden King is an Assistant Professor of Politics and Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. He is Ojibwe and Pottawotami from Gchi'mnissing in Huronia, Ontario.

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Dispersed but Not Destroyed: A History of the Seventeenth-Century Wendat People, hardcover ed LIMITED STOCK

$140.00

Dispersed but not Destroyed: A History of the Seventeenth-Century Wendat People Kathryn Magee Labelle examines the creation of a Wendat diaspora in the wake of the Iroquois attacks. By focusing the historical lens on the dispersal and its aftermath, she extends the seventeenth-century Wendat narrative. In the latter half of the century, Wendat leaders continued to appear at councils, trade negotiations, and diplomatic ventures -- including the Great Peace of Montreal in 1701 -- relying on established customs of accountability and consensus.

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Kanata: Legacy of the Children of Aataentsic (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

Personal quest of director Rene Sioui Labelle who looks to reaffirm his Wendat (Huron) cultural and history roots in the Great Lakes region. Meets and talks with Wendat people of Wendake, Quebec. This NFB Home Use Only DVD from GoodMinds.com is only available for sale in Canada. For USA orders contact customerserviceusa@nfb.ca or phone: 1-800-542-2164

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Collections and Objections: Aboriginal Material Culture in Southern Ontario, paper ed

$34.95

Collections and Objections: Aboriginal Material Culture in Southern Ontario by history professor Michelle Hamilton examines anthropological collecting in Ontario between 1791 and 1914. Whether by museum professionals, amateurs, scholars or First Nations, the collection of material culture artifacts and grave remains is marked by conflicting cultural ideals and worldviews. She studies the personalities involved in collecting including David Boyle, Chief A. G. Smith, Rev. Peter Jones, Dr. Peter E. Jones, Pauline Johnson, Dr. Peter Martin Oronhyatekha, and John Brant-Sero.

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