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Membertou Chief of the Micmaq Henri Membertou was the chief and shawman of the Micmaq tribe.

Honouring 400 Years Kepmite'tmnej: In 2010, the Mi'kmaq Nation celebrated the 400th year anniversary of the occasion when Grand Council  Chief Membertou was the first of his Nation to be baptized.  The book gives 2 separate accounts of the event in Mi'kmaw, English, and French, from traditional oral lore and historical sources, and indicates how it has been the cornerstone of Mi'kmaq diplomacy for over four centuries.

Availability: Honoring 400 years, Kepmite'tmnej / edited by Jaime Youngmedicine Battiste.

Henri Membertou (d. 1611). Chief of the Micmac Indians and ally of the French, he was the first Indian to be baptized in New France. He died at Port Royal in Acadie (present-day Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia).

Henri Membertou (d. Chief of the Micmac Indians and ally of the French, he was the first Indian to be baptized in New France. He died at Port Royal in Acadie (present-day Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia).

A 400-year-old gourd that Grand Chief Membertou gave to his French godfather has returned to Nova Scotia.

A gourd that Grand Chief Membertou gave to his French godfather has returned to Nova Scotia. Mi'kmaq curator gets 'chills' from rediscovered Membertou artifact