Fiers d'être Inuvialuits is the French edition of Proud to be Inuvialuit. It is one of the titles in Fifth House Publishing's The Land Is Our Storybook series. In this book, James Pokiak and his daughter, Rebecca, go on a trip to harvest beluga whale from their home in Tuktoyuktuk, NWT. Harvesting and preparing beluga meat together as a family is an integral part of what it means to be Inuvialuit. Join James and Rebecca and learn about how the beluga whale is interlinked with Inuvialuit culture and history.
Le Caribou, Nourriture de Notre Âme is the French edition of The Caribou Feed Our Soul. It is one of the titles in Fifth House Publishing's The Land Is Our Storybook series. This Denésôliné (Chipewyan) title is designed to highlight one of the official Aboriginal language groups in the Northwest Territories. The book presents information about the people and community of Åutsël K’é, Northwest Territories. Pete Enzoe is a hunter, trapper, and fisher who views his role as a protector of the caribou. He takes readers on a respectful caribou harvest.
UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from the publisher Tsinahotenshon:?a ionhtstha? ne onen tenionhskahon nok oni kakwa?shon:?a What she uses when she is cooking various things was produced by Chief Jacob Thomas, Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. This Mohawk language resource includes a 7-minute audiocassette and a 31-page cerlox bound book, which introduces Mohawk food vocabulary. Thirty-four common food words are given in Mohawk/English on the introductory page. The following pages have black and white sketches of the item with the Mohawk spelling.
Documentary about the Native contribution of corn and its importance to various North and Central American Native Peoples. Using techniques such as modern dance, music, interviews and subtitled footage, Six Nations director, Gary Farmer, explores the spiritual, practical and political aspects of growing corn. This NFB Home Use Only DVD from GoodMinds.com is only available for sale in Canada. For USA orders contact email@example.com or phone: 1-800-542-2164
Rice Harvest is a short video about the harvesting of wild rice by the people of the Pauingassi band of Manitoba. Wild rice was once a staple food among the Ojibway and Saulteaux but now it is considered a luxury item in North America and Europe. The film documents the brief trading exchange between a bush pilot and the men of Pauingassi. The bush pilot lands the plane on the lake and proceeds to purchase the wild rice without ceremony. The trade is strictly cash and the film notes that the rice is bought for $2.25 per pound.
UNAVAILABLE Documentary about the Native contribution of corn and its importance to various North and Central American Native Peoples. Using techniques such as modern dance, music, interviews and subtitled footage, Six Nations director explores the spiritual, practical and political aspects of growing corn.
Eating the Landscape: American Indian Stories of Food, Identity, and Resilience is an illuminating journey through the southwest United States and northern Mexico. Enrique Salmon weaves his historical and cultural knowledge as a renowned Indigenous ethnobotanist with stories American Indian farmers have shared with him to illustrate how traditional Indigenous foodways from the cultivation of crops to the preparation of meals are rooted in a time-honored understanding of environmental stewardship.
Settlement, Subsistence, and Change Among the Labrador Inuit: The Nunatsiavummiut Experience explores how these boundaries - around land, around people, and around the right to self-govern - reflect the complex history of the region, of Labrador Inuit identity, and the role of migration and settlement patterns in regional politics.