Aboriginal Canadian Communities: Huron-Wendat Community, paperback ed

$12.10

Aboriginal Canadian Communities: Huron-Wendat Community is one of the titles in the Beech Street Books series, Aboriginal Canadian Communities developed for elementary social studies students in grades two to five. Each title consists of four chapters and covers each nation’s historic and current lands, daily and family life, spirituality and celebrations, and tools and technologies. The Huron Wendat Nation was called Huron by the early French visitors to Turtle Island and they called themselves Wendat meaning peninsula people. The Huron-Wendat lived along the St.

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Aboriginal Canadian Communities: Huron-Wendat Community, hardcover ed

$27.15

Aboriginal Canadian Communities: Huron-Wendat Community is one of the titles in the Beech Street Books series, Aboriginal Canadian Communities developed for elementary social studies students in grades two to five. Each title consists of four chapters and covers each nation’s historic and current lands, daily and family life, spirituality and celebrations, and tools and technologies. The Huron Wendat Nation was called Huron by the early French visitors to Turtle Island and they called themselves Wendat meaning peninsula people. The Huron-Wendat lived along the St.

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Bienvenue en Nouvelle-France: Les Relations avec Les Premières Nations, (Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations) hardcover ed

$30.95

Bienvenue en Nouvelle-France: Les Relations avec Les Premières Nations is the French edition of: Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations is one of the titles in Beech Street Books six volume series that addresses the early history of Canada from the 1500s to the 1800s. Designed for junior level readers each title is divided into six chapters approximately two pages in length. Readers will gain a basic knowledge of the history, exploration, settlement and way of life in the land that became known as Canada.

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Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations, paper ed

$14.95

Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations is one of the titles in Beech Street Books six volume series that addresses the early history of Canada from the 1500s to the 1800s. Designed for junior level readers each title is divided into six chapters approximately two pages in length. Readers will gain a basic knowledge of the history, exploration, settlement and way of life in the land that became known as Canada. Several of the titles contain content about First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

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Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations, hardcover ed

$29.95

Welcome to New France: Relationships with Aboriginal First Nations is one of the titles in Beech Street Books six volume series that addresses the early history of Canada from the 1500s to the 1800s. Designed for junior level readers each title is divided into six chapters approximately two pages in length. Readers will gain a basic knowledge of the history, exploration, settlement and way of life in the land that became known as Canada. Several of the titles contain content about First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

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From Huronia to Wendakes: Adversity, Migrations, and Resilience, 1650-1900, hardcover ed

$58.72

From Huronia to Wendakes: Adversity, Migration, and Resilience, 1650-1900 seeks to fill a gap that is largely missing from history - countering the common impression that Wyandot or Wyandotte disappeared after 1650, when they were driven from their homeland Wenadke Ehen, also known as Huronia, in modern-day southern Ontario. This collection of essays brings together lesser-known historical accounts of the Wendats from their mid-seventeenth-century dispersal through their establishment of new homelands, called Wendakes, in Quebec, Michigan, Ontario, Kansas, and Oklahoma.

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Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study, The, paper ed

$48.00

The Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study by Humber College professor John L. Steckley examines the importance of clans to the study of the history and cultural traditions of the people known as Wyandot. The Wyandot were born of two Wendat peoples encountered by the French in the first half of the seventeenth century—the otherwise named Petun and Huron—and their history is fragmented by their dispersal between Quebec, Michigan, Kansas, and Oklahoma. This book weaves these fragmented histories together, with a focus on the mid-eighteenth century.

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Petun to Wyandot: the Ontario Petun from the Sixteenth Century, paper ed

$93.55

In Petun to Wyandot: the Ontario Petun from the Sixteenth Century, Charles Garrad draws upon five decades of research to tell the turbulent history of the Wyandot tribe, the First Nation once known as the Petun. Combining and reconciling primary historical sources, archaeological data and anthropological evidence, Garrad has produced the most comprehensive study of the Petun Confederacy.

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