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First Nations

oral traditions, artifacts, legends etc.

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how do we learn about First Nations? oral traditions, artifacts, legends etc.
why was the environment so important to First Nations? it provided food, natural shelter, clothing, materials, etc.
what were the roles and responsibilities of the elders? teach the children legends and stories and to make decisions.
what were the roles and responsibilities of the men? hunt, build, teach boys, etc.
what were the roles and responsibilities of the woman? hunt small game, plant and harvest crops,make clothes, teach girls, etc.
what were the roles and responsibilities of the children? practice hunting/growing crops/making clothes/building etc.
what does consensus mean? all members agree
what does alliance mean? groups of nations and tribes that work together
what does confederacy mean? alliances of groups united by a common goal
some examples of confederacies huron-wendat confederacy (formed to prevent fighting) , council of the three fires, haudeosaunee - 5 nations
what were wampum belts? wampum belts were used to record important events or an agreement
Wendat shelter longhouses
Innu shelter wigwams
Wendat food three sisters, meat, etc.
Innu food fish, large mammals, crops, etc.
their beliefs creator/Great Spirit made everything including the animals, rocks, water, moon, sun, etc.
what did the spiritual leaders use to communicate with the natural spiritual world? masks, medicine, etc.
how did First Nations people interact? trade, conflicts, alliances, etc.
name 3 of the uses of the parts of buffalo TEETH-necklaces HOOVES-glue TAIL-flyswatter BLOOD & INTESTINES-food RIBS sled runners HUMP-special delicacy ETC.
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