Category Archives: Canada

Indian Status in Canada

If you think that tribal membership and federal recognition and who can be what to whom and why is confusing in the US, take a look at Canada.  One of our readers sent this link. I think it’s well written and … Continue reading

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Ne-Do-Ba – Gwilodwogan (Wabanaki People)

Did you get that?  Not a word huh.  Well, that’s because it’s not English.  Nancy LeCompte, the Research and Education Director for the Ne-Do-Ba contacted me and shared her wonderful blog.  the Ne-Do-Ba are Wabanaki people.  Wabanaki translates loosely as “Dawnland,” meaning … Continue reading

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