Longhouse People, The (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

The Longhouse People film was originally released in 1951 and remains a classic account of the traditional spirituality at Six Nations of the Grand River. It focuses on the lives of selected members of the Sour Springs Longhouse as well as other community members. Charles Cooke originally from Kanehsatake (later moved to Wahta) assisted Allan Wargon in 1950 in the production of the Longhouse People short documentary. The participants of the film show a healing ceremony for a Chief and later a part of the ceremony for raising up a new Chief.

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Living Culture, Living Voices DVD (Public Performance Use)

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Living Culture, Living Voices DVD features the storytelling traditions of the Six Nations Iroquois. The DVD contains 6 traditional stories including Maid of the Mist, Three Sisters, Basswood Tree Spirit, Eagle Dancer, Mother of the Nations, and Tadodaho. Dr. Percey Abrams hosts this 30-minute video that focuses on the sculptures of Joseph Jacobs and the storytelling abilities of Eli Rickard.

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Drum, The (DVD) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher The Drum is a DVD produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre about the importance of the drum for First Nations. Shot on location at the North American Indian Travelling College, Akwesasne, this video highlights teachings from various Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Elders and traditional people. Tom Porter explains the significance and origin of music according to Iroquois tradition. The types of drums and their uses are explained. The introduction of the Powwow drum and its purposes are described.

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Drum, The (Video) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher The Drum is a video produced by the Ojibway and Cree Cultural Centre about the importance of the drum for First Nations. Shot on location at the North American Indian Travelling College, Akwesasne, this video highlights teachings from various Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Elders and traditional people. Tom Porter explains the significance and origin of music according to Iroquois tradition. The types of drums and their uses are explained. The introduction of the Powwow drum and its purposes are described.

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Haudenoshonee Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$29.95

Haudenoshone: Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts is a 2012 Ningwakwe Learning Press publication designed specifically for Ontario Native adult literacy learners and practitioners. This accessible 59-page book offers senior elementary and high school students an accurate account of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address in English. It provides specific examples of art pieces known as cornhusk mats, moccasins, and ash splint basketry to highlight the importance of acknowledging various aspects of creation.

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Iroquois: Longhouse Builders, The, paper ed No Longer Available

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The Iroquois: Longhouse Builders is part of the Capstone Press series, America's First Peoples. The author credits Tara Froman from the Woodland Cultural Centre as her consultant and the reader expects an accurate and informative result. That is not always the case for this title. The book is aimed at younger readers and the publisher suggests the book is suitable for grades two to five. The text begins with a description of the Iroquois homeland and the meaning of the name as well as that the Iroquois prefer Haudenosaunee (People of the Longhouse).

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Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law, hardcover ed.

$121.80

On 28 February 2006, the Six Nations of the Grand River blocked workers from entering a half-built housing development in southern Ontario. They renamed the land Kanonhstaton, “the protected place.” The protest drew attention to the issue of Aboriginal land rights and sparked a series of ongoing events known as the “Caledonia Crisis.” Laura DeVries’ account of the dispute links the actions of local residents, government officials, and the police – and the current of racism released by the conflict – to entrenched non-Aboriginal discourses about law, landscape, and identity.

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Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law, paper ed

$46.15

On 28 February 2006, the Six Nations of the Grand River blocked workers from entering a half-built housing development in southern Ontario. They renamed the land Kanonhstaton, “the protected place.” The protest drew attention to the issue of Aboriginal land rights and sparked a series of ongoing events known as the “Caledonia Crisis.” Laura DeVries’ account of the dispute links the actions of local residents, government officials, and the police – and the current of racism released by the conflict – to entrenched non-Aboriginal discourses about law, landscape, and identity.

Price: $46.15

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