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Fireworks(2) Aboriginal Day 2014 Madawaska Maliseet First Nations - YouTube

Aboriginal Day 2014 Madawaska Maliseet First Nations

Bessie Prosper-Thomas with her husband John Thomas - Mi'kmaq – 1923

Bessie Prosper-Thomas with her husband John Thomas - Mi'kmaq – 1923 native

Photo Of "John Noel, Chief Of Mi`Kmaq Indians" Of Halifax, Lunenburg, Hants, Kings, Colchester & Cumberland Counties, Dressed In Typical Mi`Kmaq Ornamented Coat

Photo Of "John Noel, Chief Of Mi`Kmaq Indians" Of Halifax, Lunenburg, Hants…

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Abenakowie, Abenaki)

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Abenakowie, Abenaki)

MI Kmaq Indians Part II of II

MI Kmaq Indians Part II of II

Where Were Abenaki Indians | Beginnings - PaleoIndians to the Abenaki

Where Were Abenaki Indians

algonquians indians tribes | CLOTHING

Micmac american indian family photo- dress patterns are strikingly similar to several Turkish tribes in "Russia

Molly Molasses - Penobscot Indian "Witch" known for her m'teoulin (magic or spirit power) Born 1775 in a canoe on Green Lake, died 1867

Marie Pelagie, known as Molly Molasses, of the Penobscot Nation - Maine.

Nova Scotia Micmac Indian Village | photo

Nova Scotia Micmac Indian Village | photo

MI'KMAQ , 1937

MI'KMAQ , 1937

SANTU AND HER SON. JOE TONEY. Santu, 59, was a full-blood native of a tribe which called itself Osayana. The name is also known among the Micmac as Osayana. With her father she left Newfoundland at about the age of ten, or a little less, and removed to Nova Scotia, where she passed her early womanhood. Her mother was a Micmacwoman, one of the band who lived in New-foundland. She died, it seems, when Santu was quite young. Ahen Santu grew up, she married a Mohawk and spent part of her time…

Image from page 95 of "Beothuk and Micmac"

Margaret Rodd - Ponca - 1925

Margaret Rodd - Ppáⁿkka (Ponca) Nation - Another forced picture unfortunately

Mi'kmaq

Mi'kmaq

Anis Sacobie, Noel Sacobie, Madeline Paul - Maliseet - circa 1900

Anis Sacobie, Noel Sacobie, Madeline Paul - Maliseet - circa no location

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Micmac Indian woman, a First Nations people, indigenous to Canada's Maritime Provinces and the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec.

Dayodekane (aka Seth Newhouse), the son of the Mohawk man known as Nicholas Newhouse and the Onondaga woman known as Catherine Newhouse - Iroquois (Mohawk/Onondaga) - before his death in 1921

Dayodekane (aka Seth Newhouse), the son of the Mohawk man known as Nicholas Newhouse and the Onondaga woman known as Catherine Newhouse - Iroquois (Mohawk/Onondaga) - before his death in 1921

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