Glooskap Killing His Brother, The Wolf, ca. 1884
Glooskap Killing His Brother, The Wolf, ca. 1884. Tomah Joseph (1837-1914) created the birchbark artwork that inspired this illustration for the book Algonquin Legends of New England or Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Tribes by Charles G. Leland (1884). Glooskap (Gluskap, Gluskabe) is the creator of the Wabanaki people and teaches them to respect and use the world around them. Item #28653 on Maine Memory Network
Hudson Bay Inukshuk Landmark Manitoba - Photo & Travel Idea Canada
Inukshuk- a stone landmark or cairn used for navigation, as a point of reference, a marker for travel routes, fishing places, camps, hunting grounds, places of veneration, drift fences used in hunting or as a food cache. They are all over Ontario, Canada.
'Legitimate' Algonquins being excluded from massive land treaty, Quebec First Nations say | CBC News
Ontario, the federal government and the Algonquins of Ontario have been negotiating for 24 years, but the Algonquins have laid claim to the land for more than 250 years — and they say the Crown never extinguished their title to the land.