Chapter 1: The First Peoples

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Chapter 1: The First Peoples
  1. Traditional Methods of Social Orgainization
    1. Kinship Communites
      1. Extended Familes
        1. Can include couple's children, uncles, aunts, etc.
        2. Clans
          1. People can join non-blood related clans,
            1. Tradional Clans are sometime like Wendat (Huron) had clan names named after animals
            2. Family, an painting made in 1990
            3. Community
              1. Roles and Contributions, genders were equal, they do what they did best
              2. Education
                1. Elder shared knowledge, and were natural leaders.
                  1. Tradition worldviews education as holistic
                  2. Justice were the causer to be reminded of their family
                  3. Governance and Relations between Nations
                    1. The Haudenosaunee
                      1. The Great Law of Peace of the People of the Longhouse
                        1. Earliest known treaties between First Nations (Made possible from oral history.)
                          1. Include overs 117 articles.
                            1. Governing the relationship between Five Haudenosaunee (Iroquois nations.)
                              1. Kanienkeheka (Mohawk)
                                1. Oneida
                                  1. Onondaga
                                    1. Cayuga
                                      1. Seneca
                                        1. Tuscarora (Join later who became the six league).
                                        2. made because the Haudenosaunee nations keep fighting
                                          1. Founded by Skennenrahawi (Dekanawidah)
                                          2. Made in 1142. Written down in 1880.
                                        3. Community Governance: Discussion and Consensus
                                          1. Community Leadership
                                        4. Traditional Worldviews of First Peoples in north America
                                          1. Spirtuality
                                            1. Respect the environment and the animals
                                              1. Harmony between spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical
                                                1. Medience Wheel has 4 parts, traditionally they are Harmony, Life, Balance, Respect
                                                2. Language were verb based rather than noun based
                                                  1. Values of goods were shared with ceremonies, called potlatch.
                                                    1. Potlatch came from the nuu0chah-nulth word pachite, which means to give
                                                  2. The Diversity And Origins of First Peoples in Canada
                                                    1. Origins
                                                      1. Counts as evidence in Canada, this is used against the government to fight for rights
                                                        1. Oral Evidence
                                                        2. Land Bridge theory or Bering Strait
                                                          1. DNA testing
                                                            1. 800 Years pot found in Manitoba
                                                              1. Seen as caretakers of the land
                                                              2. Diverse
                                                                1. 12 Major Languages
                                                                  1. Creation Stories
                                                                    1. Turtle Island
                                                                      1. Affects culture and gives oral evidence
                                                                      2. Diverse Land
                                                                        1. Include Arctic, West Arctic, East Arctic, Great Plains, Plateru, Northwest Coast, Great Basin, North Woodlands
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