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Canadian aboriginal symbols

  1. 1. Canadian Aboriginal Symbols
  2. 2. The Turtle – Origin Myth From Four Directions Teachings. National Indigenous Literacy Association, 2007. Accessed March 6, 2012. Web.
  3. 3. Many teachings of the medicine wheel• Anishnaabe people (Ottawa) North, Elder, Winter, Night, Sweetgrass, Spirit, Bear West, Adult, Autumn, East, Baby, Spring, Evening, Sage, Morning, Tobacco, Emotion, Mind, Eagle Buffalo South, Adolescent, Summer, Cedar, Body, Deer From Pheasant, Kenny. “Medicine Wheel.” Anishnaabemda. Little River Band of Ottawa Indians. 2012. Accessed Mar. 6, 2012. Web.
  4. 4. Seven Grandfathers’ Teachings • Wisdom • LoveWhich one do you think • Respectis most important withregard to ResidentialSchools? • HonestyFor you? • Truth • Bravery • Humility From Pheasant, Kenny. “Medicine Wheel.” Anishnaabemda. Little River Band of Ottawa Indians. 2012. Accessed Mar. 6, 2012. Web.
  5. 5. West Coast Symbols Students at Ahousaht I.R.S. were in Nu-Chah Nulth TerritoryNu-Chah-NulthHouse – Museum of Civilization Grand hall
  6. 6. Inuit Symbols Students at the Federal hostel in Igloolik were Inuit. Kenojuac Ashevak, Enchanted Owl, print. Virtual Museum of CanadaInukshuk Sala, Isaac. Walrus Hunter, Soapstone Carving.
  7. 7. Metis Symbols Flag Sash Canoes EmbroideryMetis Nation of Ontario. Web. 2012
  8. 8. Other Ideas Metis medicine wheel Aboriginal Peoples Survey of Canada. Statisctics Canada, 2012Drumming

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