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TRENTINDG 1000YShpuniarsky HeatherFall

INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Signify, Indigenous Rights, Lake Superior

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1st era initial contact and establishment of colonies. 2nd era nation building by colonizing powers and the colonies, emerging nation states. 3rd era o
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Numbered Treaties, Covenant Chain, Wampum

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English, dutch and french were responsible for early treaties. Diplomatic language: slide: gifts are metaphors (ie i give you these blankets in hopes y
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Readwrite, Royal Household, Iroquois

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England needed to see evidence of occupation that was recognizable to them in particular a house, fence and a garden. English presence extends english
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Romanus Pontifex, Cape Verde, Trans-Cultural Diffusion

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1st era: initial contact and establishment of colonies. 2nd era: nation-building by the colonizing powers and the colonies, emerging nation states. 3rd
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Kenojuak Ashevak, Cape Dorset, Baffin Island

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What is now called traditional was once contemporary: They merely introduced new tools and styles to already flourishing art forms. Indigenous art was
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gerald Vizenor, Medicine Wheel, Algonquin People

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Wisdom, truth, humility, courage, honesty, respect, love. Ethical teachings about how one should live in the world, what all should strive for. Not onl
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Good Life, Medicine Wheel

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Anishaabeoziiwin living life as anishinaabe (barbara wall) More than one creation story for the anishinaabe. Medicine circle teachings the whole circle
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Indigenous Rights, Lump Sum, Deskaheh

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Indigenous people are custodians of some of the most biologically diverse territories in the world. Indigenous knowledge has been and continues to be a
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INDG 1001H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Inter Caetera, Francisco De Vitoria, Eviction

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Policy: set of principles that guide decision making, statement of intent, usually deliberately developed. Why the new world: the goal of european indi
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INDG 1000Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Canda, Half-Breed, John A. Macdonald

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Louis riel: father of confederation, traitor, defender of metis rights, founder of the metis nation, born october 22, 1844 in st. boniface, rupert"s la
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INDG 1001H Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Legal Personality, Egalitarianism, Syilx

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Tobacco is offered to open up relationships is seen as respectful. Tobacco is used because it comes from the earth very hard to grow. If someone accept
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INDG 1001H Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fiduciary, Individual And Group Rights, Sui Generis

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If so, what happens to indigenous laws, property rights, chiefs, and political institutions? another: general conclusion: The crown offers protection t
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