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Mi'kmaq leaders Saqamaw
Anishnabe leaders Ogimauh
Anishnabe Clans Dodems
Haudenosaunee Had Clan mothers Had Grand councils
Mi'kmaq "farming" or "seasonal movement"? seasonal movement
Protocols Formal Rules
Mi'kmaq canoes 4 metres long with wide flat bottoms
Haudenosaunee leaders Hoyaneh
Talking Circle The Talking Circle is traditional for dealing with the things that interfere with concerns of a person or their community whether the concern serious not. it is to resolve conflicts and find a way to fix it: create consensus
consensus everyone agrees
Great law of peace The constitution of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.The Haudenosaunee Six Nations constitution whereby the Iroquois/Haudenosaunee Confederacy was bound together.
Great White Pine Represents The Great law of peace among the 6 Haudenosaunee nations
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