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    The Algonquin Indian tribe is a known worldwide group with thousands of individuals belonging to the tribe. They are spread out in many places: Northern Michigan, Southern Quebec, Eastern Ottawa and significant places in North America. Tribes were located on each side of the Ottawa River. They are known by other nations that relate: culture, language (Algic) and customs. The tribe managed to have many meanings, one being “they are relatives” (Tanakiwin.com) however, others believe Algonquin means “at the place of spearing fishes and eels from the bow of the canoe” (Tanakiwin.com). Since 1603, the Algonquin tribe has been known to the Europeans due to the destruction caused when the tribe survived without the Europeans. In 1603 the Algonquin…

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    The importance of the Algonquian native american tribe in the Eastern Great Lakes Region is essential in understanding the region’s political reasoning, this can be understood in the article The Significance of Algonquian Kinship Networks in the Eastern Great Lakes Region, 1600-1701 by Heidi Bohaker, a professor who resides at University of Toronto . The purpose of this comes from an event that occurred in the summer of 1701, author states “the twelve hundred French residents of Montreal played…

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    Ikwe: Film Analysis

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    was true in the European lifestyle, it was very rare to have a dowry in the Native American societies. In the Algonquian lifestyle, women were treated more as equals. In order to survive they lived by fishing and hunting. The women focused on preparing the crops, creating clothing, tending to the children, and more. The raising of Angus and Ikwe’s children was one of the most complicated upbringings possibly in the history of man. Their son and daughter had to names when they were born. One was…

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    The story I am sharing is called Algonquin, meaning brother. The story comes from the Algonquin’s, the original natives of eastern Ontario and southern Quebec, Canada. In this day in age the Algonquin’s live on reserves where the land belongs to the tribe and is under their control, in nine communities located in Quebec with one in Ontario. The Algonquin’s speak their native language and some also speak English or French. Storytelling is very important to the Algonquin culture, with the…

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    Algonquin Wolf Essay

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    The Southern Bog Lemming is native to Ottawa, Canada and is often found in bogs, moist places, and sometimes deciduous forests and meadows. Lemmings are small mouse-like animals that on average weigh 35 grams. The dorsal side tends to be dark brown while the ventral side is a silver-ish gray. Algonquin Wolf The Algonquin Wolf is native to Ottawa, Canada and is a hybrid of the Eastern Wolf, Gray Wolf, and Coyote. Algonquin Wolves are usually found in, but not limited to, deciduous and mixed…

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    In my small New England town, we have a natural gas pipeline that runs right through. The Algonquin Gas Transmission has been around for as long as I can remember, but the issue now is that they are expanding the transfer station in my town. Not only are they looking to expand the station and bring more natural gas through and into Massachusetts, Spectra Energy is also still using fracking to get to this natural gas. Though there is no fracking done directly where I live, this pipeline is…

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    Middle Ground

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    American creation of the middle ground is found the sexual relations of French men and Algonquin women. Prior to…

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    European goods, permanent trading posts, European communities and settlers across the waters over to North American. The relationships between the English, French and the Natives developed, as did conflict and war. War among the parties occurred when those involved wanted to control the fur trade. The Iroquoian Wars were a series of conflicts primarily between the Iroquoian against the Huron, Algonquin and French. This lead to many deaths, but was inevitable when two vastly different cultures…

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    Preamble: “Many children with autism do not exhibit this intrinsic motivation or desire to “please” others. The social impairment and enjoyment in reciprocal social relationships that characterize a diagnosis of autism is one area that impacts a child’s ability and interest in learning to use the toilet” (Algonquin College, 2017). According to our notes, individuals with autism due to anxiety, imitation and language deficits, sequencing and organizational difficulties may lag behind their…

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    Dobyn Low Counter

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    counters can never be definitively settled,it is important to examine the implications of both. The low counter argument implies the continent was nearly empty, and Europeans created a new civilization, while the high counter theory implies a greatly inhabited continent, and thus a continent manipulated by those inhabitants. Wampum is defined as sterling shells, or shell beads made out of whelks by the eastern Indians. Wampum was used for both trade and ceremonies between the Algonquin and…

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