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The Indian Uses of Deer

September 13, 2014 - 5:00pm

Native Americans, like the people of all hunter-gatherer cultures, made complete use of their environment. Nothing was wasted.

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Cherokee Overmountain campaign of 1782

September 13, 2014 - 4:13pm

In response to incursions by new settlers beyond the limits of the treaties, warriors from the Chickamauga Towns began harassing the Holston frontier in the spring and summer of 1782.

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Cherokee Overmountain campaign of 1782

Oneida Longhouse Traditions

September 13, 2014 - 4:00pm

The Oneida longhouse is the traditional building in which the Oneida lived. One of the several members of the Iroquois Confederacy

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For the second consecutive season, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs are Mann Cup champions

September 13, 2014 - 3:45pm

Photo by Darryl Smart For a second consecutive season, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs are Mann Cup champions. The Chiefs, in front of a packed Iroquois Lacrosse Arena crowd, scored three times in the first period and didn’t look back to beat the Victoria Shamrocks 9-4. With the win, the Chiefs capture their second-consecutive national senior A indoor lacrosse championship series 4-2. For photos from the night, CLICK HERE “This is incredible,” Under Armour Player of the Game and Mann Cup Most Valuable Player Brandon Miller said. “This is a real team effort. From the ownership all the way to the support staff. This is a team win, and I couldn’t be happier to share it with everyone.” Jeff Shattler Colin Boucher and Kasey Beirnes each scored first-period goals, while Derek Lowe responded for the Shamrocks. In the second period, the Chiefs kept going on the offensive, with Colin Doyle, Johnny Powless, Cody Jamieson and Craig Point scoring singles. Corey Small and Greg Harnett responded for the Western Lacrosse Association champs. Shattler and Beirnes put the game on ice in the third period, with Chris Wardle scoring the lone Shamrocks goal. Cody Hagedorn made 31 saves in the loss. Once [...]

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For the second consecutive season, the Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs are Mann Cup champions

Cherokee Georgia campaign of 1781

September 13, 2014 - 2:08pm

In November 1781, the Cherokee invaded Georgia, ravaging Wilkes County, which was formed from 8100 km2 land ceded by the Cherokee and Muscogee in the 1773 Treaty of Augusta. A combined force of South Carolinians and Georgians under Andrew Pickens retaliated by burning all the Valley Towns up to the Valley River.

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Cherokee Georgia campaign of 1781

Shawn Edenshaw ~ Haida

September 13, 2014 - 2:00pm

Shawn Edenshaw is the son of Jim Edenshaw and Janet Tait. He comes from the Haida Nation and Gitxsan Nation respectively.

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Manito Ahbee in 360°

September 13, 2014 - 1:50pm

Throughout the weekend, we’ll be using a new camera to bring you interactive 360° photos from the 2014 Manito Ahbee. The photos are taken using the Ricoh Theta camera. Keep …

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Manito Ahbee in 360°

Donnie Edenshaw ~ Haida

September 13, 2014 - 1:00pm

Donnie Edenshaw is a member of the Skedans Raven clan. He was raised in Old Massett, were he continues to live with his family.

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Donnie Edenshaw ~ Haida

Second Cherokee Overmountain campaign of 1781

September 13, 2014 - 12:03pm

While Dragging Canoe and his warriors turned their attentions to the Cumberland, the Shawnee began raiding settlements in Upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, the latter by now having become Washington County.

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Second Cherokee Overmountain campaign of 1781

Gwaai Edenshaw ~ Haida

September 13, 2014 - 12:00pm

At the age of 16, Gwaai was mentored by Bill Reid. At 18, he worked on his first totem pole project under his father, Guujaaw.

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Gwaai Edenshaw ~ Haida

Cherokee Cumberland campaign, 1780-1781

September 13, 2014 - 10:00am

In the Cumberland area, the new settlements lost around forty people in attacks by the Cherokee, Muscogee, Chickasaw, Shawnee, and Lenape during 1780. The Munsee-Lenape were the first to conduct what became repeated attacks, along with the Chickasaw, Shawnee, Wyandot, and Mingo, on the Cumberland settlements, as well as those in Kentucky.

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Cherokee Cumberland campaign, 1780-1781

Alano Edzera ~ Tahltan

September 13, 2014 - 10:00am

Alano has been involved in artistic endeavours since a young age, receiving an award for sculpture from the Victoria, BC School Board at the age of 13.

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Alano Edzera ~ Tahltan

What Were the Comanche Teepees Made of?

September 13, 2014 - 8:00am

North America has extremely varied weather depending on location. This weather tremendously influenced the Native Americans

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What Were the Comanche Teepees Made of?

Looking for something to watch this weekend? Here are 7 Native…

September 13, 2014 - 12:16am



Looking for something to watch this weekend? Here are 7 Native American Characters in Movies That Saved The White Man http://bit.ly/1b1Ss2j 

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The jingle dance is an innovative and rhythmic style which…

September 13, 2014 - 12:15am



The jingle dance is an innovative and rhythmic style which originated among the Chippewa in the early 1920s. http://bit.ly/16nHDLE

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September 13, 2014 - 12:14am



Looking for something interesting to read? Try this! Chief Joseph & the Flight of the Nez Perce: The Untold Story of an American Tragedy http://bit.ly/10oXIrV

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