Dialect

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Community

Teaching

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Topic

Storyteller


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Here you can listen to and download stories and other audio material (mp3) in East Cree. You can also select them and download them to put on a CD to share with your class. We ask that you do not transcribe, translate or reproduce these stories without prior permission from the Cree School Board.

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ᐋᐦ ᒥᑖᑭᐦᑖᑐᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᓂᒌ
Conflict between groups of people

ᓃᔓᔨᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᓂᒌ ᐋᐦ ᒋᔑᐧᐋᐦᐄᑐᒡ᙮ ᐋᐦ ᒥᑖᐦᑭᐦᑖᑐᒡ᙮ ᐹᔨᑯᔨᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐊᒑᓐᐦ ᐃᔮᐱᒋᐦᐋᒡ ᙮ ᐊᓂᒌ ᑯᑎᑭᒡ, ᒥᒄ ᐋᔮᔅᑭᐧᐄᔥᑎᐧᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐱᔮᐧᔖᔨᒫᒡ ᐧᐋᐦ ᓂᔑᐧᐃᓈᒋᐦᐄᑯᒡ᙮

Two groups of people become angry at each other. They use their shaman powers against each other. One group uses a giant cannibal against the other. But the other group defend themselves.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-047

File Size

5.64 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, History

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Family, Tradition, Past, Artifacts, Food, Man, Inter-racial, Predictions, Monsters, Supernatural

ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒫᒋᐦᐅᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐋᐦᐧᒫᔮ ᐅᐦᒋ ᓂᒋᔥᑭᐧᐋᒡ ᐧᐋᒥᔥᑎᑯᔑᔨᐤᐦ
Cree lifestyle before Contact

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐋ ᔮᔨᐧᒫᐅᐦᐄᑯᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒫᒋᐦᐆᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐋᐦᐧᒫᔮ ᐅᐦᒋ ᓂᒋᔥᑭᐧᐋᒡ ᐧᐋᒥᔥᑎᑯᔑᔨᐤᐦ, ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐧᐃᔮᐦᑎᐦᒡ, ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᒡ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ, ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᓂᑑᐦᐅᒡ, ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᓂᑑᑯᐦᐄᓱᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᑖᐧᐹᐅᔮᔨᐦᑎᐦᒡ᙮

George talks about lifestyle of Cree people before contact. Such as clothing, tools, hunting techniques, medicines and beliefs.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-018

File Size

34.12 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs, Teachings

Topics

Past, Animals, Plants, Food, Clothing, Medicines, Monsters, Supernatural, Transportation, Tradition

ᐋᐦ ᐋᔨᒧᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Discussion about the past

ᒍᓰ ᓵᒻ ᑳ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᐧᐃᑦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᐤ ᐧᒑᕐᒡᐦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ ᑳ ᐃᔑᓈᑯᓂᔨᒡ ᐋ ᐃᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᓈᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐃᐦᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑖᐹᑎᑎᐦᒃ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᐃᔥᐱᒋᑦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ᙮

Josie Sam Sr. interviews George about how life was in the past. George explains about the time when the caribou became scarce. He also talks about the places he traveled to.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-051

File Size

3.74 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs, Discussion, Interview

Topics

Seasons, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Transportation, Tradition, Past

ᐋᐦ ᑎᐹᑎᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ
Explanation about legends and life long ago

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐅᔮ ᐋᐦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐊᐱᔒᔥ ᑖᐹᑎᑎᐦᒃ ᑯᓵᐱᐦᒋᑭᓂᔨᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᑎᑎᐤ ᒥᒋᓐ ᑖᐹᑎᑎᐦᒃ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒌᐅᔑᐧᐋᔑᔥ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓂᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᐱᔒᔥ ᑖᐹᑎᑎᐦᒃ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐅᐦᑎᓂᐦᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᓂᒌ ᒥᑖᐅᐧᐋᑎᓰᐧᐃᓂᔨᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᐦ ᐃᔥᐱᔑ ᓲᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ ᐳᐧᐋᒧᐧᐃᓐᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐅᔑᐦᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᑯᓵᐱᐦᒋᑭᓂᔨᐤ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᒃ ᑳ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐄᑯᑦ, ᐋᔪᐧᐃᑯᓐᐦ ᓈᓂᑎᐤ ᒍᓰ ᓵᒻᐦ ᑳ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᐧᐃᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳᐦ ᐃᐦᑖᑯᐱᓈ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᐱᔒᔥ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐊᔨᒥᑦ ᒫᓐᐦ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐊᔨᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᒑᕐᒡᐦ᙮

This is an interview. George explains about the shaking tent and the legend of Chiiwish Awaashish. He also explains how people acquired shaman power and the power of dreams. He also explains the various ways the shaking tent was constructed. The interviewer might be Josie Sam Sr. Samson Neacappo also is in attendance and puts in his comments.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-033

File Size

14.84 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Spirituality, Art and Music, Social studies, History

Themes

Legends, Memoirs, Discussion, Interview

Topics

Family, Boy, Girl, Tradition, Past, Artifacts, Man, Woman, Predictions, Monsters, Supernatural

ᑳ ᒥᔅᑭᐧᐋᑭᓂᐅᐧᐃᒡ ᒑᑳᑦ ᐋᐦ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ
Finding a starving camp

ᐹᔨᒄ ᓈᐹᐤ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐱᒧᐦᑖᑦ, ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑖᑦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐋᐦ ᐅᐧᐋᓂᐦᑭᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐋᑎᑐᐧᐃᓯᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᑳᐧᐋᑦ, ᐧᐋᐦᑎᒧᐧᐋᑦ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ᙮ ᒦᓐ ᒋᔮᒋᔖᐹᔮᔨᒡ, ᒋᑐᐦᑖᐦ, ᐄᑎᑰ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ᙮ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᒫᒃ ᐋᐦ ᐱᒧᐦᑖᑦ, ᐧᐃᔮᐱᒫᑦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒥᐦᒑᑎᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑯᑖᒡ ᓂᐧᑳᓐᐦ᙮ ᓈᐧᑳᑖᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒫᒃ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐄᑐᐦᑎᑖᑦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐅᐧᐋᓂᐦᑭᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮

A hunter finds a camp of starving people who were already very weak. He returns home and tells his father. The next day, the elder tells his son to go back. On his way, he sees a large herd of caribou. The hunters set snares and capture many caribou. They brought the caribou to the starving camp and helped them survive.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-048

File Size

5.82 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Supernatural, Family, Tradition, Past, Winter, Animals, Food, Man, Predictions, Starvation

ᑳ ᐋᔨᒥᐦᒡ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Hard times long ago

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᒑᑳᑦ ᑳ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᒡ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐅᔅᒋᓃᒋᓰᑦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐧᐄᓵᐧᐋ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᒥᑯᔖᒌᔑᑳᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᔥᑎᔨᒡ ᓂᒥ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐃᔮᐅᒡ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑖᒡ ᑯᑎᒃᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ, ᐊᑎᑎᐤ ᓈᔥᒡ ᒫᑯᐦᐄᑯᔨᐤᐦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᓈᔥᒡ ᒌ ᒥᐦᒑᑎᔨᐤᐦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ, ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒦᑖᐧᑳᔮᒧᐦᒑᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᒃ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐋ ᐃᑐᐦᑎᑎᐧᐋᒡ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑯᑎᒃᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᒥᐦᒑᑐ ᒫᒃ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᒌ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐹᐳᓂᔨᒡ᙮

George talks about a time of starvation when he was a teenager. It was around Christmas time and they had no food. They reached another camp where the people were hungry also. The wolves were driving the caribou away. They finally were able to get caribou. They went to the other camp to give them food. Many people had starved to death that winter.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-050

File Size

9.41 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs, Interview

Topics

Starvation, Transportation, Family, Tradition, Celebrations, Past, Seasons, Winter, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food

ᑳ ᐋᔨᒥᐦᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Hardship in the Past

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐄᔨ ᓈᐦᐄᔨᐤ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐧᐋᐱᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᓈᑖᐦ ᐄᔑ ᐅᑖᐦᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒫᑯᐦᐄᑯᒡ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐊᔥᑎᐦᒋᑯᒡ, ᓈᔥᑎᔨᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒋᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᑳᐦᑳᒋᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᒥᐦᒑᔑᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᒡ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᐱᔑᑭᒦᔑᐦᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑖᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᑎᑎᐤ ᐧᐋᐱᓅᑖᐦᒡ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒋᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᒥᔅᑎᓰᐲᐦᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᒡ ᐧᐋᔖᐅᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔖᐤ ᐋ ᐅᐦᒋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᒫᑯᐦᐄᑯᔨᒡᐦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐋᔖᐅᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᐧᒑᕐᒃ ᐋᑳ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐅᐦᒋ ᓂᔥᑐᐦᑖᑐᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐄᑐᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒥᔮᑦ ᒑ ᐅᑯᔅᒑᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᐦ ᑯᔅᒑᔨᒡᐦ᙮

George tells a story of his life in the past. His family experienced hunger. They had cached food for the winter but crows and foxes ate everything from the cache. His family camped with people from Whapmagoostui at Apishikimiish (Lac Bienville). As they move further east towards Mistisiipii (George River), they meet up with Montagnais people from Waashaau (Sept Isles?). The Montagnais family was starving. George mentioned that it was hard to communicate with them. George helped the Montagnais by giving them some fish to use as bait for their fish hooks.

Age 12+
Code

EcCh-201-055

File Size

21.89 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, History, Geography

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Tradition, Food, Clothing, Past, Seasons, Man, Summer, Woman, Spring, Starvation, Transportation, Fall, Inter-racial, Winter, Family, Boy, Animals, Girl, Places, Artifacts

ᐋᐦ ᑎᐹᑎᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑯᑎᒡ ᒑᐧᑳᓐ ᐋᐦ ᐃᔮᔨᒧᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡ
Interview about Legends and other explanations

ᐧᕌᐱᕐᑦ ᑳᓈᐅᑏᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᐤ ᑖᐱᔥᑯᓐ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐦᐁᑦᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐄᔮᔨᒧᑎᐦᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᐧᐃᓂᔨᐤ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᒑᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᑖᓂᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᓂᐦᑳᓱᐧᐃᓐᐦ, ᐱᑯᓂᒑ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴ, ᐅᔥᒋᐧᑳᓂᔥ, ᐹᒑᐦᐋᓂᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐲᐹᐱᓂᐤ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐃᔮᔨᒧᑎᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐃᓯᓂᐦᑳᓱᐧᐃᓐᐦ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐳᐧᐋᒧᐧᐃᓂᐦᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐅᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐊᔅᒌᐦᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐅᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ, ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᑳ ᑖᐱᔥᑯᓐ ᐃᑖᔨᐦᑖᑯᓂᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑎᐹᒋᒧᐧᐃᓐᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᓂᔮᑭᓐᐦ ᐋ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᐊᐧᐋᓐ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐳᐧᐋᒧᑦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐅᔑᐦᑖᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᓂᒌ ᓂᑭᒧᓐᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᐅᒌ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐋᑳ ᓈᔥᒡ ᒑ ᐊᑎ ᐃᔨᐦᑎᑯᓂᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐄᔑ ᓃᔥᑖᒥᐦᒡ᙮

Robert Kanatewat interviews both George Head and Samson Neacappo about legends and other aspects of life long ago and how the legends were told. Explanation about how traditional names came from and several names are explained, such as Neacappo, Head, Pachano and Pepabano. Names derived from dreams and nature. Origins of legends and time when legends were told. Difference between legends and stories. Information received from dreams and how songs were composed. The elders also predict how the legends will fade in the future.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-201-038

File Size

42.93 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Art and Music, Social studies, Citizenship, History, Spirituality

Themes

Memoirs, Discussion, Interview, Teachings

Topics

Food, Man, Woman, Predictions, Starvation, Family, Supernatural, Boy, Inter-racial, Girl, Tradition, Past, Seasons, Animals, Artifacts

ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᒌᐦᒌᐧᑳᔪᔥ
Kuikuhaachaau and Chiihchiikwaayush

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐆ ᐹᔨᒄ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑎᑯᑦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒌᐦᒌᐧᑳᔪᔥ ᑳ ᐃᓯᓂᐦᑳᓱᔨᒡᐦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᑦ᙮ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒋᔅᑎᒫᓰᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ᙮ ᒧᔮᒻ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒥᑖᐅᐃᔨᐦᑎᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ ᐋᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᐧᐄᔨ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᒃ᙮ ᒫᔨᑯᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ ᒑ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒑ ᒌ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᓱᑦ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᐧᐄᔨ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ, ᓈᔥᒡ ᓂᑎᐧᐄ ᐋ ᐃᔑ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᑦ᙮ ᐋᑎ ᒫᔥᑎᓂᐦᒃ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᒥᔨᑯᑦ ᒑ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᓱᑦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒥᓂᐦᐋᐦᑯᓈᑦ, ᐴᑎᒥᒄ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒋᐧᔖᐧᐋᐱᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐧᐄᐱᔅᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᒦᓐ ᐧᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᑯᑦ᙮ ᒥᒄ ᓂᒥ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐃᔮᔅᐱᐦᑎᒻ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋ ᐃᔑ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒫᑯᑦ ᒑ ᐃᐦᑎᒃ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᓂᒥ ᒥᔪᐱᔨᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐃᔑ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᑯᑦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑖᑦ ᑳ ᐅᒫᓂᑭᓂᔑᐤ᙮ ᓈᑎᐧᐋᔨᐦᑎᒧᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐅᒫᓂᑭᓂᔨᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᒫᑯᑦ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᒑ ᐃᐦᑎᒃ᙮ ᒥᒄ ᓂᒥ ᐃᐦᑎᐤ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒫᑯᑦ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᐤ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮

This is one story of Kuikuhaachaau. Wolves reach Kuikuhaachaau. The leader of the wolves is named Chiihchiikwaayush. They begin living together. Kuikuhaachaau seems to be very pitiful compared to the wolves. The wolves seem to use shaman power in their hunt but Kuikuhaachaau is very unsuccessful. The wolves give him some of their power but Kuikuhaachaau uses it indiscriminantly. Another time when Kuikuhaachaau collects rock tripe, an arrow passes by him. The other person tries to help using special power but Kuikuhaachaau fails to follow the orders and the help fails. Then, Kuikuhaachaau reaches the man Kaa Umaanikinishiu. Kuikaahaachaau asks him for his caribou corral. Kaa Umaanikinishiu instructs Kuikuhaachaau how to use it but he fails to follow the instructions and isn`t able to kill any caribou.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-054

File Size

17.54 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies

Themes

Legends

Topics

Seasons, Winter, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Clothing, Man, Woman, Starvation, Supernatural, Transportation, Family, Tradition, Past

ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Life in the past

ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᑎᐹᒋᒨ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒦᓐ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐱᐳᓂᔨᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓅᐦᒋᒦᐦᒡ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑖᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐊᑎ ᐱᒋᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑖᒡ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ, ᔖᔥ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋ ᐱᔅᒑᐧᐋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᒋᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᐱᔑᑭᒦᔑᐦᒡ, ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᐅᔥᑖᐦ 100 ᒌᐦ ᐃᑎᔑᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐧᐄᒋᒡ᙮ ᓂᒧᐃ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐅᐦᒋ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᑳᐦ ᐹᒋᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒑᒃ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳᐦ ᐋᑎ ᒥᒦᐦᐧᑳᒋᐦᐅᒡ᙮

George tells a story of another winter where they were inland. As they moved inland, they met a Whapmagoostui man coming from the other direction. The man was already very thin from starvation. They lived together at Apishikimiish (Lac Bienville). At that camp, there were over 100 people. They didn`t have much success finding caribou. As George`s family moves away, they kill some caribou.

Age 12+
Code

EcCh-201-056

File Size

7.41 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Places, Artifacts, Food, Clothing, Man, Woman, Starvation, Transportation, Family, Tradition, Seasons, Fall, Winter, Animals

ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Lifestyle in the past

ᒍᓰ ᓵᒻ ᑳ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᐧᐃᑦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᐤ ᑖᐱᔥᑯᓐ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐦᐁᑦᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴᐦ ᐋᐦ ᑯᐧᑳᒋᒫᑦ ᑖᓐ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓯᔨᒡᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᒌ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒧᒡ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᒡ, ᐋᐦ ᒫᓂᒑᒡ, ᐋᐦ ᑯᓯᔅᐱᒋᒡ, ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᐅᔑᒡ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᐧᐄᔨᐧᐋᐤ ᓃᔥᑎᒻ ᑳ ᓂᑎᐦᐅᑖᓱᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐄᔑ ᑳᓈᔮᐳᔅᑳᐦᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᓈᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᐋᐦ ᓂᒫᔥᑖᑯᐦᒑᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑖᓐ ᑳᐦ ᐄᑎᓂᐦᐅᒡ ᐋᐦ ᓂᑎᐦᐅᑖᓱᒡ᙮

Josie Sam Sr. interviews both George Head and Samson Neacappo about the life in the past. The elders George and Samson mention how they lived, how they set up camps, traveling up the rivers and carrying loads on their backs. They also mention that they were the first ones to take supplies to the trading post at Kaanaayaapiskaau. They mention how smoked fish were made and how long it took to travel to Kaanaayaapiskaau.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-201-057

File Size

7.87 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, History

Themes

Memoirs, Interview

Topics

Tradition, Past, Seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Clothing, Transportation

ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐅᒡ
Maamihiitaahaauch

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐅᒡ, ᐋᐦ ᒥᐦᒑᑎᒡ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓂᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒧᐧᐋᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐹᔨᒄ ᓈᐹᐤ

ᑳ-ᐊᐧᓈᑦ ᑳ ᐃᓯᓂᐦᑳᓱᑦ, ᐋᐅᒄ ᓈᑎᐧᐋᐱᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᐃᑐᐦᑖᑦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐱᔮᐧᔖᔨᒫᑦ ᒑ ᐄᔥᐱᒋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒧᔮᒻ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᒌᐦᑎᒃ ᐋᓯᓈᑯᐦᐄᓱᑦ

ᑳ-ᐊᐧᓈᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐤ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐅᐳᐧᐋᒧᐧᐃᓂᔨᐦᒡ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᒃ ᒋᐦᒋᐧᐋ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐤ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒦᓐ ᑯᑎᒃᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋ ᒌᔑᐧᐹᔨᒡ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐱᐳᓂᔨᒡ, ᒑᒃ ᒦᓐ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐲᐧᐃᓂᔨᒡ ᐋᑎ ᒥᔥᑭᐧᐃᒋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒦᓐ ᓂᔮᑖᑦ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᑯᓐᐦ ᑳ ᐅᑎᓈᔨᒡᐦ ᓈᐹᔑᔥᐦ ᑯᒋᐧᔖᑭᓐ ᑳ ᐃᔑᓂᐦᑳᑖᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒥᐦᐄᑖᐦᐋᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᐱᑯᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᓈᐹᔑᔥᐦ᙮

The legend of Maamihiitaauch, a group of cannibals that terrorized the people. A man named Kaa Aanwaat, finally decides to confront the group of cannibals. He goes to a place where he knows the cannibals will reach him. Kaa Aanwaat makes himself look like he`s very weak. The first family of cannibals reach him and see that he`s very weak. Kaa Aanwaat fights the cannibals in their dreams. Finally, Kaa Aanwaat kills the first family of cannibals. Kaa Aanwaat kills another group of cannibals by making the weather warm during the winter and the cannibals traveling become all wet from the snow and then brings a blizzard to kill them in the cold. Kaa Aanwaat goes to another old woman cannibal and her two daughters. The cannibals kept a boy fattening him up. Kaa Aanwaat lives with the cannibals and kills them and saves the boy.

Age 12+
Code

EcCh-201-043

File Size

32.12 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Poor

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, Citizenship

Themes

Legends

Topics

Man, Woman, Predictions, Monsters, Supernatural, Family, Transportation, Boy, Tradition, Past, Seasons, Winter, Animals, Artifacts, Food

ᐋᔥᒌᐧᔖᒥᑭᐦᒡ ᔒᑭᐧᐄᔥ
Meaning of Shiikuish

ᒍᓰ ᓵᒻ ᑳ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᐧᐃᑦ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᐤ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐦᐁᑦᐦ, ᑳᐦ ᑯᐧᑳᒋᒫᑦ ᐋᔥᒌᐧᔖᒥᑭᓂᔨᒡ ᔒᑭᐧᐄᔥ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒥᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐋᐦ ᒫᑎᓂᐧᐋᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔥᐦ ᐅᒥᑯᔖᓂᔨᐤ᙮

Josie Sam Sr. interviews George Head asking what Shiikuish means. George explains the meaning of the name to be an elder complaining how little she received at a child`s feast.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-039

File Size

0.75 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Discussion, Interview

Topics

Tradition, Food, Woman

ᑯᑎᑭᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑭᓂᐅᐧᐃᒡ
Meeting other groups of people

ᒍᓰ ᓵᒻ ᐊᔨᒥᐦᐋᐤ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐦᐁᑦᐦ, ᐧᒑᓃ ᐯᕐᔅᑭᓐᐦ, ᐱᔮᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋ ᔮᔨᒧᑎᐦᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᒡ ᑯᑎᒃᐦ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ, ᐱᑯᓂᒑ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓈᐅᔅᑳᔅᐧᑳᐤ, ᓂᒋᑰᓐ, ᒥᔅᑎᓯᓃ, ᐧᐋᔅᑳᐦᐄᑭᓂᔥ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᔖᐅᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᐱᓅᑖᐅᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮

Josie Sam Sr. interviews George Head, Johnny Bearskin and Samson Neacappo about meeting other groups of people. They mention seeing people from Neoskaweskau, Nichequon, Mistissini, Waskaganish and Montagnais people and Naskapi.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-046

File Size

5.37 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs, Interview

Topics

Past, Seasons, Animals, Places, Food, Family, Tradition

ᐧᒫᑯᐃᐧᐋᔮᔥ
Mwaakuiwaayaash

ᐆ ᓈᐹᔑᔥ ᐧᒫᑯᐃᐧᐋᔮᔥ ᑎᐹᓐ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᐤ, ᐊᓂᔮ ᐃᔥᐧᑳᔑᔥ ᑳ ᒌ ᐃᐦᑑᑎᐧᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐋᐦ ᐅᒋᔖᔨᔥᐧᑳᒥᔑᑦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᒫᒃ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᑦ, ᐱᔮᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ ᑎᔮᐧᐹᑎᑯᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᒫᐦᒡ ᐋᑎ ᐧᐋᐱᓂᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒑᒋᓈᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐱᔮᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᑯᓐᐦ ᐅᔮᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᒑᒋᓈᑦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐃᔮᐱᐦᑎᒃ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᐱᔨᐤ, ᐧᐃᔮᐱᒫᑦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᒋᒥᑐᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᓯᔅᐦ, ᒌᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᑯᐧᐃᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᒋᐦᐋᑦ ᐧᒫᑯᐃᐧᐋᔮᔥ ᐅᓯᔅᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒫᔑᐦᐋᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒨᔥ ᑳ ᒥᑯᔥᑳᒋᐦᐄᑯᔨᒡᐦ, ᐋᔪᐧᐃᑯᓐᐦ ᒥᐦᐄᐦᑭᓐᐦ᙮

The boy Mwaakuiwaayaash reaches puberty and lives in seclusion. As he stays at his little camp, he hears a voice calling him at the break of dawn. He runs after the voice and sees a caribou. The caribou runs to another camp and Mwaakuiwaayaash sees a young woman and begins living with her. His father-in-law is actually a caribou. Mwaakuiwaayaash helps his in-laws fight their enemies, the wolves.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-049

File Size

16.18 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies

Themes

Legends

Topics

Woman, Predictions, Supernatural, Transportation, Family, Boy, Tradition, Seasons, Animals, Artifacts, Food, Clothing, Man

ᐊᐱᔒᔥ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐧᒫᑯᔨᐧᐋᔥ
Mwaakuyiwaash Partial

ᐅᔅᒋᓃᒋᓯᐤ ᐧᒫᑯᔨᐧᐋᔥ ᑎᐹᓐ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᑭᐧᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᒧᔮᒻ ᑳᐦ ᐃᐦᑐᑎᐧᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐃᔥᐧᑳᔑᔥ ᐅᔥᑭᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐅᒋᔖᔨᔥᐧᑳᒥᔑᑦ᙮ ᐋᑎ ᐧᐋᓵᔮᐱᓂᔨᒡ, ᐱᔮᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ ᐋᐦ ᓂᑐᒥᑯᑦ᙮ ᒥᔑᐤ ᐧᐋᔨᐧᐄᐱᐦᑖᑦᐦ, ᓂᒥ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᐤ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᓂᑯᑐᓐ ᐋᐦ ᐹᐧᔖᔨᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᒑ ᐹᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ, ᐋᔮᔅᑭᐧᐄᔨᑦ᙮ ᐧᐋᔨᐧᐄᐱᐦᑖᑦ ᒥᔑᐤ ᐱᔮᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ᙮ ᒑᒋᓈᑦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐧᐃᔮᐱᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᐱᔨᐤ᙮ ᐧᐃᔮᐱᒫᑦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒥᔪᔑᔑᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐋᑎ ᐧᐄᒋᒥᑐᒡ᙮ ᓂᒧᐃ ᒥᓯᐧᐋ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐤ ᐆ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐ ᐋᐅᒄ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒫᐦᒋᐱᔨᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐲᐦᑎᑖᐱᔨᐦᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡ᙮

The young boy Mwaakuyiwaash reaches puberty and is living in seclusion, just like the custom for a girl`s first menstruation. At the break of dawn, he hears a voice calling him. When he runs out, he doesn`t see anything. As he expects to hear the voice again, he gets ready. As he hears the voice, he runs after it. He finds a lodge and a beautiful woman comes out and they start living together. The legend is cut off due to the length of the tape.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-201-037

File Size

5.02 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies

Themes

Legends

Topics

Family, Boy, Tradition, Winter, Animals, Artifacts, Food, Man, Woman

ᐹᔨᑯᐱᐳᓐᐦ ᐋᐦ ᐃᐦᑖᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᓅᐦᒋᒦᐦᒡ
One year of life in the bush

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒋᔅᒋᓯᑦ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᓈᔥᒡ ᑳ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔒᐅᐧᐃᑦ᙮ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒌᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᒑᒃ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐅᐧᐋᓂᐦᑭᑖᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐹᐳᓂᔨᒡ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᓂᔮᓯᐹᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐄᔑ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᐦᒡ ᐋ ᒧᐧᐋᐱᒡ᙮ ᒥᔔ ᒫᒃ ᑳ ᐊᔑᒥᑯᒡ ᐅᒋᒫᐤᐦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒦᓐ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒥᔅᑭᐧᐃᓰᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᒑ ᒌᐦ ᓂᑑᐦᐅᒡ᙮

George recalls a time when he was very young. The hunters had a hard time getting caribou and food became scarce during the winter. The people traveled towards the coast to Whapmagoostui to get supplies. After getting supplies, the hunters gained their strength back.

Age 10+
Code

EcCh-201-058

File Size

6.68 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2007

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

History

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Fall, Winter, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Man, Starvation, Transportation, Family, Inter-racial, Boy, Tradition, Past, Seasons

ᐱᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ
Partial Kuikuhaachaau Legend

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐆ ᓃᔥᑎᒻ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᒋᐦᑖᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ, ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᓈᑖᑦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑦ ᑳ ᒫᑖᐦᐄᑯᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᐅᔑᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤ᙮ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒑᒃ ᑳ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤ.

This is the beginning of the Kuikuhaachaau legend, of how Waaniyuuyaau pursues his victims. Kuikuhaachaau and his family flee from Waaniyuuyaau the giant skunk. And how Kuikuhaachaau was able to defeat Waaniyuuyaau.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-201-014

File Size

10.96 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies

Themes

Legends

Topics

Family, Tradition, Winter, Animals, Man, Woman, Predictions, Monsters, Supernatural

ᐱᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ
Partial Kuikuhaachaau Legend

ᐧᐄᓵᐧᐋ ᐋᐱᐦᑎᐤ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒋᐦᑖᒋᒫᑭᓂᐤ ᐆ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐ᙮ ᐋᐅᒄ ᐊᓐ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᑳ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤᐦ. ᒑᒃ ᒦᓐ ᑳ ᓂᒋᔥᑭᐧᐋᑦ ᒥᓂᑑᐦ, ᐋᐅᒄ ᐊᓐ ᑳ ᒫᐃᓰᑦ ᒥᓂᑑ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤᐦ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐋᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐊᓯᐦᒑᑦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒫᒃ ᐧᐄᔨ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᑳ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑦ ᒥᓂᑑᐦ᙮

This legend starts about half way through the legend. Legend of Kuikuhaachaau defeating Waaniyuuyaau. Kuikuhaachaau then encounters Minituu, the selfish person. Minituu tries to kill Kuikuhaachaau because he doesn`t want to share the caribou that are killed. Kuikuhaachaau gets back at Minituu.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-201-009

File Size

25.42 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Themes

Legends

Topics

Winter, Animals, Man, Woman, Predictions, Monsters, Supernatural, Family, Tradition, Summer

ᐱᑯᒌᔨᔨᐤ
Pikuch Iiyiyiu

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐆ ᐱᑯᒌᔨᔨᐤ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᑦ ᐱᑯᒋᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ᙮ ᐱᑯᒋᐄᔨᔨᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᔒᒻᐦ ᓈᑑᐦᐅᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᒃ ᐅᔒᒻᐦ, ᓂᒥ ᓂᐦᑖ ᒦᔅᐧᑳᓵᐱᐦᑎᒥᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᓂᑐᐦᐅᐧᐃᓂᔨᐤ ᐹᑎᔥ ᒥᒄ ᓈᐱᐦᑖᐧᐋᑦᐦ᙮ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᐧᑳᑎᑯᓃᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᑳᔥᑖᒋᑦ ᐱᑯᒌᔨᔨᐤ ᒑ ᒨᐦᒌᔥᑖᑯᒡ ᐊᐧᐋᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᑳᓵᐱᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᐱᑯᒌᔨᔨᐤ᙮ ᐅᔮ ᒫᒃ ᑳ ᒌᔑ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᒑᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ, ᐊᑎᑎᐤ ᒥᒋᓐ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒻ ᐅᔮ ᐋᔥᒌᐧᔖᒥᑭᓂᔨᒡ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓂᔨᐤ᙮

The legend of Pikuch Iiyiyiu who lived with Pikuchiskwaau. Pikuch Iiyiyiu and his brother go hunting. But the brother never sees the game that Pikuch Iiyiyiu sees, such as the loon and caribou. Only after Pikuch Iiyiyiu kills the game, that`s when the brother sees the game. One time when the brothers go hunting, they kill many caribou and stay the night away from camp. That`s when Pikuch Iiyiyiu fears an attack from strangers. Pikuch Iiyiyiu also performs the shaking tent. George also explains the legend in detail at the end.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-201-040

File Size

11.18 mb

Duration

0 mins

Year Of Recording

1965

Year Of Last Edit

2006

Collected By

George Bauer

Sound Editor

Brian Webb

Described By

Brian Webb

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies

Themes

Legends, Discussion, Interview

Topics

Food, Man, Woman, Predictions, Supernatural, Family, Tradition, Past, Seasons, Animals, Artifacts