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Survival in the Bush
The storyteller describes of how they used to travel out to the bush and what she was taught. She remembers many things that she saw her parents do to survive.
Little boy who had lice and nits
This story is about a boy, who had a lot of lice and nits. The parents packed all their belongings and left their son behind. His grandfather found him and killed all the lice and nits. The little boy found his parents again, but he was never happy in the bush.
This story is about a young man who was bullied by his fellow men on the work site. These men went to the governor and told him lies of what Nikiishaan was saying. They said that Nikiishaan said that he could find the governor`s daughters, whom he had lost a long time ago. Then one day the governor asked Nikiishaan to come to his place. He said, "is it true what you said? that you can find my daughters?" Nikiishaan said "no".
"Well I think that`s what you said, so you will go and find my daughters. If you find them, I will give you everything that you need and I will also give you permission to marry one of them." So then Nikiishaan left the village.
This story is about a woman who had experienced starvation when she was young. One day a man (Robert Longchap) came to their hunting trap line and had asked them to go with him to his hunting trap line. The reason for this was because the family couldn`t catch any fish.
A Baby Infested With Hair Lice
A baby gets head lice because of his mother`s neglect.
Chikaapaash and the sun
A Legend about a boy who snared the sun.
Scarcity of Animals
A story about a time when there was a scarcity of animals.
Walking Out Ceremony
Emily Hughboy is discussing with a secondary three student of Maquatua Eeyou School about the traditions of a walking out ceremony. Throughout the recording Patrica, a Music/M.R.E. teacher of Maquatua Eeyou School in the early 1990`s is asking questions and Linda is translating for Emily.
Emma tells stories about her time out in the land with her family and her late husband.
When I was a child my father died.
A story of when her elderly father died when she was a young child. Her older brothers buried their father. The whole family including her older sisters with their husbands mourn their loss.
She also mentions how her mother had killed a large beaver after she had mourned the death of her husband(Eva`s father).
Florrie Mark Stewart is telling a legend about how Aadush treated people after killing them.
Chahkapesh gets swallowed by a giant fish, asks how the spider makes its web and steals a beaver and takes it home. Chahkapesh climbed a tree, and snared the sun.
Observations on climate change. Changes to the weather patterns in the Spring. How migratory birds and animals are affected by changes in the Spring.
Survival in the bush
The author tells about how they used to live in the bush and how they survived, when she was a little girl.
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Social studies, History, Geography
Food, Transportation, Family, Past, Fall, Winter, Animals, Places, Tradition
The giant porcupine
Florrie Mark Stewart is telling a story of how the giant porcupine kidnapped a woman who was alone in her teepee while the husband was out hunting.
Unfortunately we didn`t have geese
Florrie Mark-Stewart tells us the story of geese that didn`t migrate that spring.
Beaver with a white patch
Information on what a trapper should do when he kills a beaver with a white patch on it`s chest. (This information was received from Mishtaapaau.)
How the robin got its red breast.
A legend of Niikiishaan, how the robin got its red breast.
Caribou hunting story
Story about men out on the hunt for the caribou. The time they spent during the hunt and the stories about the hunt.
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