The Mi'kmaq anthology
A varied and spiritual collection of work by the Mi'kmaq writers of Atlantic Canada. Both young and old stories and storytellers combine talents to produce short stories, poetry, and personal essays.
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Introduction Rita Joe
Mary Louise Martin
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Aboriginal animacy Annie asked baby beautiful began birds boys Bras d'Or Bridget Anne brother called Canada canoe child Cornwallis Creator culture dance Deer Girl door dreams earth Edward Cornwallis Eskasoni eyes face Father Mackey feel fire fish forest Glooscap Halifax hand heard heart Hectanooga honour human hunting Indian Indian Act Ki'kwa'ju Ki'kwa'jusi's Kiwnik Kluskap knew L'nu land Lesley Choyce listen live logs looked Maliseet Mi'kmaq community Mi'kmaq language Micmac moon morning Mother Muini'skw Native never night Nova Scotia Order of Canada otter Papa Peace Warrior prayers remember reserves Rita Joe river sacred Shubenacadie Sister song speak Spirit story sweetgrass talking tell things tion told took traditional treaties trees Turtle Elder voice walked wanted Whycocomagh wigwam Wikew Wolverine woman women words young