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Chapter 1 - SS

Social S.

TermDefinition
Saquama Leader of Mi'kmaq
Council Of Elders Group of respected people that choosed and advise Mi'kmaq people.
Hunting Grounds A region for hunting
Nomadic People moved seasonally which allowed them to make a best use of resources of their land.
Dodem A clan of Anishinabe
Ogimauh A leader of Anishinabe
Consensus Agreement by everyone
Wampum Belt Shell beads woven into belts or strings used to record treaties and other agreements among different nations.
Midewin Society Men and women who had some special gifts as spiritual leaders and healers.
Clan Mothers Female leaders in Haudenosaunee society
Hoyaneh A Haudenosaunee leader
Great Law Of Peace A constituation of Haudenosaudee confederecy
Alliance A agreement among a group of nations to act together to support each other's interest.
Wigwam Building made poles and sheets of bark
Government A group of people that makes decisions for a community
Longhouse A traditional dwelling/house of Iroqois
1st Nations First Nations is a term used to describe Indigenous peoples in Canada who are not M├ętis or Inuit.
Symbol Of Great White Pine Tree Commitment of Haudenosaudee to peace
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