Aboriginals in North America

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Birds over the Sun, Kenojuak Ashevac (Photo credit: LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01)

Aboriginals in Canada

King Philip’s War (20 September 2015)
Bernard-Anselme and Joseph d’Abbadie: Sons of a he Different Mind (16 September 2015)
Jean-Vincent d’Abbadie, Baron de Saint-Castin (11 September 2015)
The Métis in Canada (4 June 2015)
The Red River Settlement (30 May 2015)
Canada’s Amerindians: Enfranchisement (24 May 2015)
Residential Schools for Canada’s Amerindians (21 May 2015)
The Art of Kenojuak Ashevak (19 May 2015)
Inuit Art (17 May 2015)
Au pays des jours sans fin (16 May 2015)
Aboriginals in Canada (14 May 2015)
The Royal Proclamation of 1763 (Indigenous Foundations) (6 May 2015)
Louis Riel as a Father of Confederation (22 May 2012)

Aboriginals in the United States

Welsh Native Americans: Madoc’s Story (11 October 2015)
The Ten Lost Tribes: Native Americans (24 September 2015)
King Philip’s War (20 September 2015)
“The Song of Hiawatha,” completed (1 September 2015)
“The Song of Hiawatha,” as Amerindian Lore (29 August 2015)
“The Song of Hiawatha,” a Prologue (27 August 2015)
Comments on Aboriginal Tales (23 August 2015)
The Deluge and other Amerindians Myths (21 August 2015)
Collecting Amerindian Folklore (17 August 2015)

Fiction (Complete text)

“The Humming-bird and the Crane” (14 August 2015)
“How the Bear Lost its Tale,” a Cherokee Fable (4 August 2015)

Collections online

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22 May 2015
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