Innu (Montagnais) Culture and People

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INNU PEOPLE Bande d’Uashat et Manioténam. Filomena McKenzie, who only speaks Innu (Montagnais) and grew up int he woods. 14 children and 80 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Makes snow shoes. Native American Images, Native American Tribes, American Indian Art, Native Americans, Indigenous Education, How To Make Snow, Cultural Diversity, We Are The World, Native Indian

Innu Native

Filomena McKenzie, who only speaks Innu and grew up in the woods. 14 children and 80 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Makes snow shoes.

Innu of Essipit First Nation Québec Quebec Montreal, Quebec City, Native American Tribes, American Indians, Whale Watching Cruise, Native Humor, O Canada, The Province, Episode 5

Following the Blue Road on the Steps of Kenneth White in Quebec: Episode 5

At the Pelchat Motel, in the morning, we finally decide to embark on a whales watching cruise and the receptionist make reservations for us with Otis excursions company. The weather is fine and we choose a zodiac cruise to get the best of this marvellous adventure. We will embark at 13 h at Tadoussac harbour...

An Innu Hunter from Northern Labrador Wearing a Caribou-skin Coat, ca. 1910 (Formerly Northwest Territoritories now Newfoundland and Labrador) Native American Photos, American Indian Art, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Newfoundland Canada, Newfoundland And Labrador, Aldous Huxley, Constitution Of Canada, Aboriginal People

Innu History

Innu hunter in a group from northern Labrador wearing a caribou-skin coat, ca. 1910. Names and photographer unidentified. (BW copy)

Homme et enfant Innus. - Noms, date, lieu et photographe non identifiés. Native American Photos, American Indian Art, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Tribal Group, Labrador, Human Photography, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Art

LES INNUS (LES MONTAGNAIS)

Homme et enfant Innus. - Noms, date, lieu et photographe non identifiés.

Communautés Innues d'ouest en est:  Mashteuiatsh (Pointe-Bleue Lac St-Jean),  Essipit (Les Escoumins),  Pessamit (Betsiamites),  Uashat mak Mani-utenam (Sept-Îles & Malioténam),  Matimekush-Lac John (Schefferville), Ekuanitshit (Mingan),  Natashquan, Unaman-shipu (La Romaine) et Pakut-shipu (Saint-Augustin).  Les deux communautés innues du Labrador sont Tshishe-shastshit (Goose Bay)  et Natuashish (Davis Inlet). Lac Saint Jean, St Lawrence, Canadian History, Native Art, Newfoundland, Canada Travel, First Nations, Native Americans, Quebec

Les communautés | Portrait de la nation | Culture | Nametau innu : mémoire et connaissance du Nitassinan

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Innu making canoes near Sheshatshiu, ca. Photo by Fred C. (B&W copy) Lac Saint Jean, Military Flights, Aboriginal People, Canadian History, Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada, First Nations, Quebec, American Indians

Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Innu

Innu making canoes near Sheshatshiu, ca. 1920. Photo by Fred C. Sears. (BW copy)

Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Innu Canadian French, Labrador, Canada, Culture, Roman Catholic, First Nations, Historical Photos, Nativity, Religion

Impacts of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Innu

Impacts of Non-Aboriginal activities on the Innu

Essipit is located on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Côte-Nord region of Québec, Canada. It belongs to the Innue Essipit First Nation. Quebec City, Canada Travel, Montreal, Culture, Airplane View, Alaska, North America, To Go, Around The Worlds

Essipit - Québec, Canada

Essipit is located on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Côte-Nord region. It belongs to the Innue Essipit First Nation. Watch our Quebec videos here.

Innu woman in traditional dress. The traditional dress is seldom seen in today’s age. - Name, date, location & photographer unidentified. Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, American Indian Art, Native Americans, Choctaw Indian, Indian Tribes, Lac Saint Jean, Northern Canada, Labrador

Les Innus ou Montagnais-Naskapis sont un peuple autochtone originaire de l’est de la péninsule du Labrador, plus précisément des régions québécoises de la Côte-Nord et du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean ainsi que de la région du Labrador (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador). Le terme « Innu » provient de leur langue, l’innu-aimun, et signifie « être humain ». Ce nom fut officiellement adopté en 1990 remplaçant le terme « Montagnais » ,leur territoire ancestral est Nitassinan. Elle ressemble à ma grand-mère