Algonquin Language and the Algonquin Indian Tribe (Algonkin, Anishnabe, Anishnabeg, Algonquins)

Nez Perce Language and the Nez Perce Indian Tribe (Nimipu, Nee-me-poo, Chopunnish, Sahaptin)

Algonquin Language and the Algonquin Indian Tribe (Algonkin, Anishnabe, Anishnabeg, Algonquins)

Algonkin language information and introduction to the culture of the Algonquins (or Algonkins) of Ontario and Quebec. Includes a special kids' section with questions and answers about the Algonquin Indians.

Algonquin Language and the Algonquin Indian Tribe (Algonkin, Anishnabe, Anishnabeg, Algonquins)

Algonkin language information and introduction to the culture of the Algonquins (or Algonkins) of Ontario and Quebec. Includes a special kids' section with questions and answers about the Algonquin Indians.

Algonquin language - Audio

A First Nations Language resource, featuring words spoken in Algonquin by children from the First Nations Algonquin community at Golden Lake, Ontario, Canada

White Dove Wampum Wampum  "Wampum" is, in the Algonquin Language, beads made of shells, which were first used by the Northeastern American Indians and their descendants. Wampum and furs became a means for the Natives to barter with the Europeans, who arrived on our shores of the Northeast coast of the United States.   The Indian tribes living near the coast of the United States, make their living by harvesting shellfish from the waters here. We feast daily on foods from these waters. Soft…

White Dove Wampum Wampum "Wampum" is, in the Algonquin Language, beads made of shells, which were first used by the Northeastern American Indians and their descendants. Wampum and furs became a means for the Natives to barter with the Europeans, who arrived on our shores of the Northeast coast of the United States. The Indian tribes living near the coast of the United States, make their living by harvesting shellfish from the waters here. We feast daily on foods from these waters. Soft…

New York, New York – Part 1 | Skibbereen Eagle The first sight of Manhattan from the expressway into town never fails to seduce. The skyscrapers lit up at night across the East River are one of the iconic enduring images of our world and what an amazing island Manhattan is. Only 13 miles long and 2.5 miles across at its widest point Manhattan means the “hilly island” in the Algonquin language.

New York, New York – Part 1 - Skibbereen Eagle

Algonquin traditional painting and dress | Stock photos by Francis Vachon

Jerry Hunter, a native of Lac-Simon indian Reservation and wearing Algonquin traditional dresses and paint, takes part into the dance contest of the Wendake Pow-Wow. Algonquin traditional painting and dress - Photojournaliste basé à Québec, Canada

"Be gentle with all things of nature for everyone." Panneau algonquin - Algonquin language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Indigenous languages crucial to cultural flourishing

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