Histories of Kanatha: Seen and Told (Histoires de Kanatha: Vues et Contees) is a collection of the writings and speeches by Wendat (Huron) scholar Georges Sioui. Equally proficient in French and English, Sioui offers readers this collection that can stimulate debate about the nature and scope of Canadian history, First Nations history, and the place of the Wendat people within the country and the world. The essays, stories, poems and speeches cover the years from 1991 to 2007. The essays include: 1992: The Discovery of Americity; The Cultural Property of Indigenous Peoples; Personal Reactions of Indigenous People to European Ideas and Behaviour; Our Responsibility as Indigenous Peoples: Suggestions to Anthropology; Following a Wendat Feeling about History: The Sioui Case; Canada's Past, Present and Future from a Native Canadian Perspective; Canadian Amerindian Nations of the 21st Century: Rebuilding First Nations: Ideological Implications for Canada; The Spiritual Revolution: Looking After the Earth from an Indigenous (Matricentrist) Perspective; For an Amerindian Autohistory: The Foundations of a Properly American Social Ethics; China's Northern Ethnic Minorities and Canada's Aboriginal Peoples: How Both Countries Can Inspire and Help Each Other; and The Soul of Eeyou (Cree)/Eenou Governance. The book contains 38 essays and 18 of these are written in English. This is an important collection of the works of Wendat scholar Georges Sioui.