INDIGST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Blackfoot Confederacy, Iroquois, Inuit

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Creation stories and indigenous societies on their own terms. Terms (from larger to smaller) - indigenous peoples (larger groups), nations i. e tribes e. g dakelh, first. Using peoples" instead of people is important. When using terms be as specific as possible. Different languages, histories, ceremonies, gender relations, traditions, etc . The origin stories of creation land is all different but they do have overlapping similarities. Napl and the great flood (blackfoot confederacy) These stories may be different by they overlap. Oral histories have been told for thousands of years. These stories tell us about laws, how to behave, etc . Some people have jobs to pass on the story as is. Birch is now used as pegs, etc, as they are great for strength. Character teaches lessons also teaches us about our environment. Migration and land bridge theory is dead. Indegenious people were there before the bridge was even built.

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