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Mi' Kmaqs / MICMACS

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Mi'kmaq divided their year into "tepgunsejig" (moons), which correspond to the modern English months). The name they gave to their moons made sense, for they were the most important characteristics of the Mi'kmaq way of life at a particular time of year. Native American Spirituality, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Native Indian, Native Art, Wicca, Magick, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art

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Mi'kmaq Pathways to Health Project Native American Images, Native American Beauty, Native American Tribes, Bicycle Crafts, Native Design, Medicine Wheel, Indian Crafts, Nativity Crafts, My Roots

Mi'kmaq Pathways to Health Project

The footprints around the traditional medicine wheel represent the continuous path to good health. The lines form a dreamcatcher and create the ties between the four corners of the medicine wheel, focusing on the physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental health. The image of the eagle overlaying the sun represents strength and closeness to the creator.

Wi'kipatmu'k Mi'kmawey - Honoring of the Mi'kmaw way Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Medicine Wheel, My Family History, Nativity Crafts, Native Indian, Native Art, Indigenous Art

Mi'kmaq History

Le Mi'Kmaq c'est les peuples autochtones majorité. Le population c'est 21,895. (Hardeep)

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The Mi'kmaq (Micmac): How Their Ancestors Lived Five Hundred Years Ago by Ruth Holmes Whitehead Native American Literature, Native American Totem, Native American Indians, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Education, Thing 1, Medicine Wheel

The Mi'kmaq (Micmac): How Their Ancestors Lived Five Hundred Years Ago

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