Native Americans - First Nation Mi'kMaq Chief Membertou became the first North American native to be members.dencity.com/mtsack/Mi kmaq first nation This page http//museum.gov.ns.ca/mikmaq/ Out of http://www.nativeamericans.com/FirstNationMi'kMaq.htm
Extractions: First Nation Mi'kMaq Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock . They are found in Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick. French missionaries came into contact with them in the early 17th cent., and the Micmacs were allies of the French throughout the history of New France. Contact with the whites has not had the usual effect of tribal disintegration, and the Micmacs still thrive, though their culture has changed radically. Many are Roman Catholics. The Micmacs are expert canoeists, and, although their economy once centered on fishing and hunting, they now derive their income from agriculture. See W. D. and R. S. Wallis, The Micmac Indians of Eastern Canada (1955); J. F. Pratson, Land of the Four Directions
Aboriginal First Nation Native American Resources History Research Turtle Island native NetworkCanada's Aboriginal news and information network. A well managed intersection for Aboriginal Peoples on the Information Highway. METIS mikmaq Movies Canadians and first nation. Governance? . pdf file Human Rights and. native americans. U.S. national Archives http://www.turtleisland.org/resources/resources.htm
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Extractions: Native Americans in Canada as a whole Hartford Web Publishing is not the author of the documents in World History Archives The history of Native Canada as a whole 30 September 2002. Once again, the community of Burnt Church and the Mikmaq Nation are fighting the Canadian government, determined to protect their people's ancient Inherent right to fish, which has been exercised since time immemorial. This Inherent right was recognized in the 1760-61 Treaties with the British and upheld in the 1999 Supreme Canadian Court Marshal ruling.
Aboriginal, First Nations, Native American News And Information Turtle Island native NetworkCanada's Aboriginal news and information network. A well managed intersection for Aboriginal Peoples on the Information Highway. METIS mikmaq Movies native americans mourn passing of The Man In Black, one and give a first nation's perspective - native Women's information sessions http://www.turtleisland.org/news/news.htm
Extractions: Native News Network For more news Click on Titles Turtle Island Native Network News Links Windspeaker Wawatay Native American Times Eagle Feather News Mi'kmaq News Tribal News - Montana Tribal News from Alaska CBC Northern News Metis News NewsIndex News Digest Native American News Ojibwe News - Minnesota Anishinabek News Manitoulin News Saskatchewan Indian Aboriginal Times Kahtou Ha-Shilth-Sa First Nations Drum SpruceRoots-Haida NativePeoples IndianCountryToday NativeAmericas Montana/Wyoming FourthWorldJournal NavajoTimes Navajos Navajo/Hopi Sota Iya Ye Yapi WotangingIkche SeminoleTribune Char-KoostaNews MoccasinTelegraph InuitArtQuarterly TheVisionMaker Sho-Ban News Ojibwe News Canadian Journal of Native Studies Wicazo Sa Review: A Journal of Native American Studies Lakota Journal NationalNativeNews California Indian News Potawatomi Traveling Times CulturalSurvivalQuarterly NativeAmericaCalling Australian Aboriginal News SPORTS STORIES AND LINKS Native American Resources Cowboys and Indians First Nations CBC In-Depth Canada's Apartheid Globe and Mail Series Books/Stories Turtle Island Native Network's Research/Resources >Hot Issues Aboriginal Rights Accountability AIDS AIM Algonquins Ancient Remains Anthany Dawson Arctic Refuge BC Treaties Big Mountain Blood Quantum Buffalo/Bison Buffalo War C-31 Caldwell Rights Caribou Child Welfare Choose Life Not Suicide Climate Columbus Corbiere Urban Indian Voting Rights Crazy Horse Delgamuukw Dene Su'lene Diabetes Dine Care Dudley George Eagle Feathers Environment FAS/FAE Fisheries
Extractions: Index of Native American languages Support our organization What's new on our site today! As a complement to our Mi'kmaq language information , we would like to share our collection of indexed links about the Mi'kmaq people and various aspects of their society. The emphasis of these pages is on American Indians as a living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Mi'kmaq history is interesting and important, but the Mi'kmaq are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional folklore, contemporary artwork as well as museum pieces, and the issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always welcome Official homepages of individual Mi'kmaq Nations, with information about tribal leadership, services, and events
The Fourth Annual Native American Music Awards Pine first nation. Eli Secody. Shi'naana Harmonized Navajo Prayer Songs for the native American and Dances of the native americans. n/a Kiowa Ute, Aztec mikmaq Navajo Dineh, Hopi http://www.nativeamericanmusic.org/db/Artist.cfm
Extractions: Artist - Full Name Title Heritage A. Paul Ortega Three Worlds Mescalero Apache Loving Ways Aaron Peters Unafraid n/a Alex Maldonado Desert Breeze Yaqui Alice Gomez Obsidian Butterfly Aztec, Mexican Indian, Latino Alph Secakuku Songs From The Fourth World Pleasant Music from Hopi Land Hopi Alph Secakuku Rain Songs Hopi Katsina Prayers for Life Hopi Andrew Vasquez An American Indian V3 Kiowa - Apache Andrew Vasquez Wind River Kiowa / Apache Andrew Vasquez Vasquez Kiowa Apache Annie Humphrey The Heron Smiled Lakota ? Apache Spirit Native Country Apache Arawak Mountain Singers Feel the Thunder Jicarilla Apache', Taino-Arawak, Pueble, Cherokee Archie Cheechoo Child of the North Cree Arigon Starr Meet the Diva Kickapoo Arigon Starr Wind-Up Kickapoo Art Moosomin Straight From The Heart Tribute Album n/a Atoll Atoll Anthology "You've got something to hold on to" Crow Atsa Butte Singers N 2 Tha Millennium Dine' Aztlan Underground Decolonize n/a Aztlan Underground Sub-Verses n/a B. C. Smith Smoke Signals various Djam Leelii: The Adventurers Senegalese (Africa) Beaver Chief Red Cedar Medicine Circle Songs Lummi Bijou Phillips I'd Rather Eat Glass n/a Bill Miller Raven in the Snow Mohican Bill Miller Ghostdance Mohican Bill Miller The Red Road Mohican Bill Miller, Robert Mirabal, and The Smokey Town Singers
Extractions: Rush to Judgement The Poisoning of a Potential Jury Pool The case in point is the indictments of two Indian men. Arlo Looking Cloud is a citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation who has been apprehended, and is being held in the Pennington County Jail in Rapid City, South Dakota. The other, John Graham , is a citizen of the Champagne Aishihik First Nations Yukon/Canada, and a Canadian citizen, who has also been apprehended on December 1, 2003 by Canadian authorities, and is being held in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is expected to fight extradition. They are alleged to have been involved in the tragic death of Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, a member of the Mikmaq First Nation of Nova Scotia, Canada, whose body was found on the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota Nation in South Dakota twenty-seven years ago. These two men, along with an elderly woman, who is also a member of the Oglala Lakota Nation, has not been indicted, and is currently living in a convalescent home suffering from a stroke and Alzhiemers Disease, have steadfastly maintained their innocence.
Native Americans - Sites nations Forests Taiga News Indigenous Rights Forests national Aboriginal ForestryAssociation first nation Forestry Program (Can) native americans and the http://www.nativeamericans.com/Sites.htm
Extractions: Treaty with Oneida, Tuscarora and Stockbridge Munsee (1794) ... Native American Bibliography Chippewa/Ottawa Treaty Fishery Management Authority (MI) Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Cyber Learn Salmon Links ... Native American Gaming Resources on the Net
Native Americans Mikmaq Info Sheet The Mi kmaq Here you will find many aspects of Mi knaq life andhistory. The first Nations People of Nova Scotia are known as the Mi kmaq. http://www.archaeolink.com/mikmaq.htm
Extractions: Mi'kMaq History Anthropology Home Native Americans - Canada/US General resources By peoples, tribes, associations Abenaki Alabama-Coushatta Algonquin Anishinabe/Ojibwe/Chippewa ... Yakima/Yakama By Regions Eastern Woodland page 1 Eastern Woodland page 2 Northern Plains Pacific Northwest page 1 ... Southern Plains Special Pages Native Americans in the Military Métis Aboriginal Peoples: The Mi'kmaq: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage "Historians and archaeologists differ as to when the Mi'kmaq first came to Newfoundland. Newfoundland Mi'kmaq oral tradition holds that the Mi'kmaq were living in Newfoundland prior to European contact. There is some historical evidence that the Mi'kmaq were living in Newfoundland by the 16th century, and by the 17th century there are increasing references to the Mi'kmaq in the historical record." History and culture - illustrated - From Memorial University of Newfoundland - http://www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/micmac.html Big Cove First Nations
Native American Cultures - Native Nations Resources Links to all sorts of mikmaq informtion groups Seminole nation, IndianTerritory History and genealogy of the Seminole ( first applied to http://www.ewebtribe.com/NACulture/nations.htm
Extractions: Map showing the Tribes in the Missouri River Basin, which includes all the Sioux (Lakota,Dakota,Nakota) Nations. You can click the number on the map for the name of the Tribe and go to its link on the Mni Sose website for information on the tribal chairman and delegate to the Mni Sose Intertribal Water Rights Coalition. Community Profile linked page contains much current information about that Nation.
Micmac Other variations are Míqmaq, Míkmaq, and Mi'mkaq matters which affected the entire Micmac nation. Periodically, all of were probably the first native americans to have regular http://www.dickshovel.com/mic.html
Extractions: (revised 03.01.99) [Note: This is a single part of what will be, by my classification, about 240 compact tribal histories (contact to 1900). It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U.S. but also includes those First Nations from Canada and Mexico that had important roles ( Huron , Assiniboine, etc.). This history's content and style are representative. The normal process at this point is to circulate an almost finished product among a peer group for comment and criticism. At the end of this History you will find links to those Nations referred to in the History of the Micmac. Using the Internet, this can be more inclusive. Feel free to comment or suggest corrections via e-mail. Working together we can end some of the historical misinformation about Native Americans. You will find the ego at this end to be of standard size. Thanks for stopping by. I look forward to your comments... Lee Sultzman Micmac Location Population Names Language Algonquian, but distinct from the Abenaki to the South and with some traits associated with the languages of the Montagnais and Cree in Quebec. Most Micmac still speak their own language at home and use either English or French as their second language. The dialect of the Restigouche Micmac in Quebec differs enough from the Micmac in Nova Scotia that they have some difficulty in understanding each other. Sub-Tribes The Micmac homeland (Mi'kma'ki) was traditionally divided into seven hunting districts, each with its own chief. In 1860 the Micmac added another district, Taqamkuk, for a total of eight.
Powwow Power - Guestbook - Native American, Powwows, Pow Wow, Pow-wow Dedicated to providing powwow history, meaning, etiquette and other related resources for natives and nonnatives participating and/or interested in the native American powwow. I an a native American Indian in that lives in an Ojibway native from the Whitesand first nation north of Thunder There are native americans in Mo. There are also http://www.powwow-power.com/myguestbook.html
American Indian Resource Page The portrayal of native americans in Books for young people. first nations site alot here. Historical, political . Section of the first nation site which has http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/5156/nativeresources.html
Extractions: Before proceeding to the links below and searching the internet for American Indian sites, you might want to check out the following link: Techniques for Evaluating American Indian Web Sites (this is an outside link, I am not the author). It provides "some guidelines useful for evaluating and identifying Web sites that contain accurate information and that are not exploitative of American Indians." Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point they have a lot of info and a great links section Donald Soctomah - Tribal Representative to the State Legislature this has a lot of info of current political news, articles, bills, etc. Pleasant Point Tribal Governing Body School of Social Work to Collaborate with Passamaquoddy to Improve Children's Mental Health Services Harvard Article on the Kmihqitahasultipon Program: Video Hookups to Train Health Professionals Peter Neptune, Passamaquoddy Basketmaker
Internet Public Library: Native American History http//www.dickshovel.com/www.html The first nations Histories site Mi kmaq.comhttp//www.mikmaq.com/ A site and culture of the Mi kmaq nation of Atlantic http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/browse/hum22.214.171.124/
Extractions: "The Alaskan Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaaska Natives have aquired through cumulative experience over millennia." Omaha Indian Music features traditional Omaha music from the 1890s and 1980s. The multiformat ethnographic field collection contains 44 wax cylinder recordings collected by Francis La Flesche and Alice Cunningham Fletcher between 1895 and 1897, 323 songs and speeches from the 1983 Omaha harvest celebration pow-wow , and 25 songs and speeches from the 1985 Hethu'shka Society concert at the Library of Congress. Segments from interviews with members of the Omaha tribe conducted in 1983 and 1999 provide contextual information for the songs and speeches included in the collection. Supplementing the collection are black-and-white and color photographs taken during the 1983 pow-wow and the 1985 concert, as well as research materials that include fieldnotes and tape logs pertaining to the pow-wow.
Internet Public Library: Native American historical documents Texts and Archives first Thanksgiving Proclamation (MS Mi kmaq.comhttp//www.mikmaq.com/ A Muscogee Creek nation http//www.ocevnet.org http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/browse/soc40.55.00/
Extractions: "The Alaskan Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaaska Natives have aquired through cumulative experience over millennia."
Cree Culture | Resources nations first nations Site Index - first Peoples on SchoolNet - Innu nation-MamitInnuat Indian PlentyStuff - The native Trail - native americans and the http://www.creeculture.ca/e/resources/
Extractions: Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Aboriginal Americans (or alternatively, American Aborigines ) is a term that is used to describe the various peoples to first inhabit the area of the Americas The Americas (sometimes referred to as America ) is the area including the land mass located between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean, generally divided into North America and South America. The term also usually includes the Caribbean, the islands in and around the Caribbean Sea, and Greenland, though not Iceland, for cultural and historical reasons. The isthmus of Central America is usually considered geographically part of North America. The Americas are often also described collectively as the Western Hemisphere or the New World. Click the link for more information. . The more commonly used terms for these people are Native Americans Native Americans (also American Indians Amerindians Amerinds , or Red Indians ) are indigenous peoples and descendants of those who lived in the Americas prior to the European colonization. Many of these tribally affiliated ethnic groups endure today as political communities. The name "Indians" was bestowed by Christopher Columbus, who mistakenly believed that the places he found them were among the islands in Southeast Asia known to Europeans as the Indies. (See further discussion below).
Image Index, Native American History To stop the practice of first nation Peoples inadvertantly honouring colonial monsters DIDEUROPEAN COLONIALS PLACE ON THE LIVES OF native americans AFTER THE http://www.danielnpaul.com/Images.html