Raised Somewhere Else: A 60s Scoop Adoptee's Story Of Coming Home, paper ed

$20.00

Ohpikiihaakan-ohpihmeh Raised Somewhere Else: A 60s Scoop Adoptee's Story Of Coming Home is authored by Colleen Cardinal, Nehiyaw Iskwew from Onihcikiskowapowin Saddle Lake First Nation Alberta, daughter of a residential school survivor, 60s scoop adoptee and MMIWG family member and social justice activist organizer.

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Chief Lightning Bolt, paper ed

$21.00

Chief Lightning Bolt is a fascinating historical fiction novel of the Mi'kmaq written by renowned Mikmaw historian and activist Daniel N. Paul. Best known for his account of the Mi'kmaq, We Were Not the Savages, this novel gives readers an account of the people and their worldview during the fifteenth century just prior to the onslaught of European military and settlers to their homeland.

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Les Savoirs Perdus (The Lost Teachings), Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l, paper ed

$17.00

Les Savoirs Perdus Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l (The Lost Teachings) by Michael James Isaac is an engaging dual language (French & Mi’kmaq) story, with effective illustrations by Dozay Arlene Christmas, allows the reader to reconnect to and understand the seven Grandfather teachings and their meaning in relation to themselves and society. The Lost Teachings is a story about the importance of the seven teachings — wisdom, respect, love, honesty, humility, courage and truth — and how interconnected they are in achieving balance, harmony and peace.

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Comment Le Puma a Fini par Être Appelé Le Chat Fantôme, (How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat), paper ed

$14.95

Comment Le Puma a Fini par Être Appelé Le Chat Fantôme (Ta’n Petalu Telui’tut Skite’kmujewey Mia’wj) is the bilingual Mikmaq/French edition of How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat from Roseway Publishing. This dual language picture book tells story about a young cougar who decides to build his home in a strange forest. When he finds that all of the animals in the forest are afraid of him, the young cougar agrees to stop behaving like a cougar so that he can make friends. But when he tries to return to his birthplace, he learns that he is no longer welcome.

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Lost Teachings, Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l, The, paper ed

$14.95

The Lost Teachings Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l by Michael James Isaac is an engaging story, with effective illustrations by Dozay Arlene Christmas, allows the reader to reconnect to and understand the seven Grandfather teachings and their meaning in relation to themselves and society as a whole. The Lost Teachings is a story about the importance of the seven teachings — wisdom, respect, love, honesty, humility, courage and truth — and how interconnected they are in achieving balance, harmony and peace for individuals and society as a whole.

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How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat, paper ed

$12.95

How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat (Ta’n Petalu Telui’tut Skite’kmujewey Mia’wj) is a bilingual (English and Mi'kmaq) tells story about a young cougar who decides to build his home in a strange forest. When he finds that all of the animals in the forest are afraid of him, the young cougar agrees to stop behaving like a cougar so that he can make friends. But when he tries to return to his birthplace, he learns that he is no longer welcome.

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Out of the Depths: The Experience of Mi'kmaw Children at the Indian Residential School at Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia, fourth edition, paper ed

$22.95

Out of the Depths: The Experiences of Mi'kmaw Children at the Indian Residential School at Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia is the personal memoir of Isabelle Knockwood. As a child of five, she was sent to a Catholic residential school in 1936. Her memories of this education system have haunted her throughout her life and as a mature adult she enrolled in a university program where the basis of this book began. In addition to her first-person account, the author interviewed 27 former Mi'kmaw students and conducted archival research.

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L'sitkuk: The Story of the Bear River Mi'kmaw Community

$24.95

L'sitkuk: The Story of the Bear River Mi'kmaw Community is a chronological history of a Mi'kmaw community in southwestern Nova Scotia written by a freelance journalist. L'sitkuk was an important meeting place for the Mi'kmaw and the Wabanaki Confederacy in the past and continues to be a significant Mi'kmaw community. The author has conducted archival research and collected oral history of the Mi'kmaw people. She has organized this material into five chapters.

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