WHAT BECAME OF MI'KMAQ,
THE FAMILIES OF ACADIANS AFTER 1755?

Please note: These links were active as of November 2003.

     1. Stories of the Mi'kmaq by Calvin Coish, College of the North Atlantic.

http://www.nald.ca/CLR/mikmaq/cover.htm

    2. Mi'kmaq Language and the Mi'kmaq Indian Tribe (Micmac, Mikmaq, Mi'kmaq" comes from a word in their own language meaning "my friends"; it is used both internally and externally now, though Mi'kmaq people fluent in their language.

http://www.native-languages.org/mikmaq.htm

    3. 1894 ca Nine Mi'kmaq people with two wigwams [11k][Figure 1116 - 11k] 1894 ca Nine Mi'kmaq people with two wigwams Rocky Point, PEI Photograph: HB Sterling Prince Edward Island Public Archives and Records

http://museum.novascotia.ca

    4. NativeTech: The Mi'kmaq people of Atlantic Canada, by Laurie.NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art The Mi'kmaq people of Atlantic Canada. Mi'kmaq (Micmac) Medicines, Foods and Teas

http://www.nativetech.org/lacey/micmac.html

    5. Aboriginal Peoples: The Mi'kmaq: Newfoundland and Labrador. Throughout the 19th century, the 150 or so Mi'kmaq people in Newfoundland made their living as guides, trappers, mail carriers, and as sellers of basketry.

http://www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/micmac.html

    6. Google Directory - Society > Ethnicity > Indigenous People. The Mi'kmaq People and the Mi'kmaw (Micmac) Language

http://www.native-languages.org/mikmaq.htm

    7. Canadian Explorers: Mi'kmaq People Mic Mac (Mi'kmaq). The Mic Mac lived along the seacoast and rivers of what we now call the Atlantic provinces. Animals and fish were

http://partner.galileo.org/schools/gibson/4-5_fp/explorers/micmac.html

    8. Mi'kmaq vs European Cinderella: Intro Mi'kmaq people had an unusually close and good social relationship to an early French Canadian Atlantic seaboard colony

http://www.kstrom.net/isk/stories/cinder.html

    9. NSARM - Other Links and Online Resources National Film Board of Canada (NFB) The NFB site contains a collection of films on the Mi'kmaq or created by or contributed to by Mi'kmaq people.

http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/mikmaq/resources.asp

    10. Nova Scotia: People...Mi'kmaq Resource Centre Resource center and archive assembles and preserves the cultural, political, economic, and social history of the Mi'kmaq people and houses

http://www.nswebguide.com/links/people/

    11. Native Languages of the Americas

http://www.native-languages.org/index.htm

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