Life in Dene & Ojibway First
           Nations
               By
         Daylan Hyslop
        Dimitria Roulette
       ...
Introduction

We have two different nations. Dene First Nation and Ojibway First
Nation, there are many differences betwee...
Seven Teaching
Beaver—Wisdom:To cherish your knowledge is to find Wisdom.

Eagle—Love:To find Love you will create peace.
...
Seven Teachings
Food Traditions
 In Dene and Ojibway we like to eat meat and also hunt Deer, Elk,
Moose, and Caribou. Instead of bread mos...
Four Directions
This is the four
directions it represents
four grandfathers the
north is snow/winter
the south is hot
the ...
The Traditional Teepee




This is where we have a spiritual ceremonies In Dene Nation
we stay all night to pray and forgi...
Northern Lights

Our elders say when the northern lights are out, it means that the
spirits of our ancestors are checking ...
Pow wows




 These Traditional Dances come only in the summertime. They host
them every year in reserves all over the pro...
A True Younger Age Story
This one time i was at my aunties we actually stayed up all night but we
were still functioning w...
Why we choose the topic

We choose the topic because we should remember our pride in our
culture and tell stories that was...
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Life in Dene & Ojibway First Nations By Daylan Hyslop Dimitria Roulette

  1. 1. Life in Dene & Ojibway First Nations By Daylan Hyslop Dimitria Roulette 8-16
  2. 2. Introduction We have two different nations. Dene First Nation and Ojibway First Nation, there are many differences between these two nations but in many other ways there just alike. These are the teachings and stories we have heard from our elders and parents that will be told to the future generations.
  3. 3. Seven Teaching Beaver—Wisdom:To cherish your knowledge is to find Wisdom. Eagle—Love:To find Love you will create peace. Buffalo—Respect:To honor all creation therefore us is to have Respect for each other. Bear—Bravery:Bravery is to face the fears with integrity and Courage. Sabe(Big Foot)—Honesty:Honesty is facing a situation that is difficult but being brave for the consequences. Wolf-Humility:Humility is to know yourself as a sacred part of Creation. Turtle—Truth:Truth is to know all of these things. These are the symbols they are connected to nature and our connection to the land.
  4. 4. Seven Teachings
  5. 5. Food Traditions In Dene and Ojibway we like to eat meat and also hunt Deer, Elk, Moose, and Caribou. Instead of bread most natives make Bannock it is just like bread but homemade. Our elders teach us these ways to keep our traditonal ways to be strong and never let our traditions go to loss. In the Ojibway Nation they Mostly hunt for Deer, Moose, Rabbit, Duck, and Goose. They usually do this for Gatherings for Feasts or just for Normal Occassions. Bannock is always served with these Occassions. In Dene Nation they mostly hunt Caribou, eat dry meat, berries. They also have Bannock in Dene as well. They also do these for Gatherings and Normal Occassions as well.
  6. 6. Four Directions This is the four directions it represents four grandfathers the north is snow/winter the south is hot the east is the sun west is the black thunder/lighting.Those are the four directions that holds the world together.
  7. 7. The Traditional Teepee This is where we have a spiritual ceremonies In Dene Nation we stay all night to pray and forgive and help for sickness or mentally.We sing with a Rattle, Water, and a Drum.You have to be serious and not fool around these spiritual expectations.
  8. 8. Northern Lights Our elders say when the northern lights are out, it means that the spirits of our ancestors are checking up on there generations of children. They usually happen on Good Friday as we look up in the sky in the colourful northern sky we remember our elders that are living in spiritual world praying for us. Our stories that we heard they say when theirs northern lights in the sky our elders are dancing for there future generations that keep growing in number.
  9. 9. Pow wows These Traditional Dances come only in the summertime. They host them every year in reserves all over the provinces. The pow wows are the showing that the natives still care for the culture and to show it they held these every year. The ones that are new to these they know they are surprised of all the traditional dances they do.
  10. 10. A True Younger Age Story This one time i was at my aunties we actually stayed up all night but we were still functioning well. Then when we were looking out the window we seen two deer past by. We also seen an eagle after that and it dropped a feather so we went outside right away and went looking for it. My cousin was saying stay here in the field so we know where to look for it and she said she will be right back. So i was waiting but then i looked into the bush there was a something looking like my little cousin but it wasn't him because he was by the door at my aunties house, but i knew not to go towards it because it was saying come here but i knew something was wrong. By: Dimitria R.
  11. 11. Why we choose the topic We choose the topic because we should remember our pride in our culture and tell stories that was heard so could be past on to remember for our future generations.There seven teachings are there to learn like love.Love one another.Even honesty dont lie and tell the truth.
  12. 12. http://incenseinformation.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/native- american-medicine-wheel.jpg http://lac Brochet northern light. com/p2h/listing/c5fa/a15d/934f/4a298bb7b58227d0c5a6/gallery.
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