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ᐋᐦ ᓂᑑᐦᐆᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ
Hunting in the past

ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ, ᐧᐄᐱᒡ ᐧᐋᔥ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᐦᐄᐧᐋᐤ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔥ ᐋᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᑖᑦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᐅᑳᐅᐧᐋᐤᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒑᐧᐋᐅᐧᐃᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐅᒋᐧᑳᒋᒑᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᐱᐧᑳᐦᐄᐹᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᑯᔅᒑᒡ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐅᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᓈᑎᐦᐄᐹᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᓈᒋᑯᔅᒑᒡ᙮ ᐋᑦ ᐋᑳ ᓈᐱᐦᑖᐧᑖᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᒌ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ, ᑎᔨᑯᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐅᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔑᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᓂᐱᐦᐊᒡ ᓂᒫᔅᐦ᙮ ᐹᒋᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡᐦ , ᒥᒄ ᑳ ᒌ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒋᑐᐦᑖᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒑᒋᔖᐹᔮᔨᒡ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᐧᐄᔨᐧᐋᐤ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐅᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᐲᑯᓂᐦᒡ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᑉᐦ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᐊᑎ ᒥᑎᒫᐧᐋᒡ ᐅᓈᐹᒥᐧᐋᐤᐦ ᐅᒫᔅᑭᓈᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᐅᒄ ᑳ ᒌ ᐅᐱᐦᑯᑖᒥᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓯᓃ ᐋᐦ ᒥᐦᒑᐱᔅᒋᓯᑦ ᐧᐋᔑᐦᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡᐦ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᑉ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᓂᑭᑎᐦᒡ ᐅᑖᐹᓂᐧᐋᐤᐦ ᓈᐹᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐋ ᓈᑎᐧᐋᔨᐦᑎᐦᒡ ᒑ ᒫᓂᒑᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᓈᑑᐦᐅᒡ, ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ ᐋᐦ ᓈᓂᑎᐧᐋᔨᒫᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐱᔮᒋ ᒌᐧᐋᐧᑖᐤᐦ, ᔖᔥ ᒌᐦ ᒫᓂᒑᔨᑯᐱᓈᓂᐦᐄ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᒥᐦᒑᑐ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᐧᑖᐤᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᒥᑯᔖᓂᐧᐃᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᓂᑯᒧᒡ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐅᑖᐧᐋᐦᐄᑭᓂᐧᐋᐤᐦ ᐋ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᐊᒡ᙮ ᓄᐧᐃᒡ ᒌ ᒥᐦᒑᓐᐦ ᒥᑐᑭᐦᑉᐦ ᐹᔨᑯᐱᐳᓐᐦ᙮ ᓈᐱᐦᑖᐧᑖᐤᐦ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒥᓯᐧᐋᔮᔨᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᔥᒡ ᑳ ᒌ ᒥᐧᔮᔨᐦᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᒡ᙮

In the past, children were introduced to the hunt at an early age. They fished with their mothers on the ice. The men set nets and fish hooks under the ice and the women checked them. Even if the men didn`t get anything from the hunt, sometimes the women and children caught fish to eat. When they traveled, the men simply left the camp in the early morning. The women broke camp and followed the trail of their husbands. The teepee was made with a large rock as the hearth. The men left their toboggans where they wanted the camp to be set up and left to hunt caribou. When they returned from hunting, the women and the elders were already setting up the new camp. If many caribou were killed, a feast was held and the elders sang with their drums. Samson mentioned that they camped at many different places during one winter because they were nomadic. If the hunt was successful, there was great joy at the camp.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-034-042

File Size

9.02 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

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Man, Woman, Transportation, Family, Boy, Girl, Tradition, Celebrations, Past, Seasons

ᑳᐅᒋᐦᑯᒥᔑᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐱᔮᐧᑳᑭᒦ
Kaauchihkumishiu and Piyaakwaakimii

ᑳᐅᒋᐦᑯᒥᔑᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᒋᔖᔨᔥᐧᑳᒥᔥ ᐹᒥᔥᑳᒡ᙮ ᒑᑭᒧᔨᒡ ᒥᔥᑯᔒᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐅᐳᐦᒡ᙮ ᒫᓂᓂᐦᒃ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᑎ ᑎᐱᔅᑳᔨᒡ, ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋ ᐋᐦᑯᓯᑦ ᐅᔅᐱᑐᓐ᙮ ᓈᑐᑯᐦᐄᓱᑦ ᔑᑳᑯᐱᒦᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᑦ᙮ ᒫᔅᑭᐧᐋᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐱᔮᐧᑳᑭᒦᐦ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑐᑖᑯᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐹᒦᐦᑭᐧᐋᑦ ᐱᔮᐧᑳᑭᒦᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐋᑎ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ᙮

Kaauchihkumishiu and his wife are paddling in a canoe. A blade of seaweed is stuck on his paddle. He takes it off with his hand. That night, he arm becomes very sore. He heals himself using oil from a skunk. He finds out that Piyaakwaakimiu was the one that caused this. He goes after Piyaakwaakimiu and kills him.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-034-036

File Size

5.83 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

Plants, Artifacts, Clothing, Man, Woman, Predictions, Medicines, Supernatural, Transportation, Family, Tradition, Past, Seasons, Animals

ᒋᐦᒋᑉ
Legend of Chihchip

ᒋᐦᒋᑉ ᑳ ᐅᑎᓈᑦ ᓃᔓ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᒑ ᐧᐄᐅᑦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᒥᑖᐦᐧᐋᒃ ᐋ ᐧᐄᒋᓈᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᑳ ᐅᑎᓈᑭᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡᐦ ᐧᐄᐤᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑖᔨᒡᐦ᙮

Chihchip takes two sisters to be his wives as he travels to a camp. His wives were stolen at the camp. Chihchip then takes revenge on the camp.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-034-013

File Size

17.68 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

Transportation, Family, Celebrations, Summer, Animals, Clothing, Man, Woman

ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ
Niishuskiniu

ᓃᔓ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓂᒡ, ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᑯᓯᔅᐦ, ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᐃᓯᓂᐦᑳᓯᐤ᙮ ᓈᑑᐦᐅᑦ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ, ᒫᔅᑭᐧᐋᑦ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᐋ ᔒᐅᑖᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒑᐧᐋᑎᐦᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᔑᒫᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ, ᒥᒄ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᐦ ᑖᐦᒋᐳᐦᐋᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤ, ᓅᐦᑖ ᐋᑖᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒑᔅᑎᒫᒋᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓐ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ᙮ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᒋᐦᐋᑦ ᒑ ᐊᐅᔑᒫᔨᒡᐦ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤᐦ᙮ ᐹᐧᑳᔨᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᒑ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᒫᑯᑦ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᒑ ᐱᒋᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐅᔅᑯᑳᓂᐦᒡ ᒑ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐹᒋᑦ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᐅᔑᒫᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᓈᐹᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᒋᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓐ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᐊᓂᔮ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋ ᓂᔥᐧᑳᒌᐧᐋᑎᓂᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒋᐦᒋᐧᐋ ᐧᐋᓂᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᔅᑭᐧᐋᑦ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐹᔨᑯᐱᔨᒡᐦ, ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ, ᒑᐧᐋᑎᐦᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᓈᐹᒥᔨᐤᐦ, ᒑᔅᒑᔨᐦᑎᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐃᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡᐦ ᐧᐄᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒫᔮᒌᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ, ᐹᒋᔅᑖᐦᒃ ᐧᐄᐅᐧᐃᑦ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐅᒫᔅᑭᓈᐦᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᒥᑎᐦᑖᐤ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᐋᑎ ᓰᑯᓈᔮᔨᐦᑖᑯᓂᔨᒡ, ᒫᔅᑭᐦᒃ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐊᑯᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᐆᑦᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑖᐦ ᐋ ᐄᔑ ᐱᒋᒡ ᐅᒌ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓂᒡ᙮ ᔖᓂᐧᐋᐦᐋᒡ ᒑ ᐹᒋ ᓈᒋᐱᒌᔥᑎᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᑑᑎᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᐱᔮᐱᒋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐅᐦᑳᐦᐄᑯᑦ ᐅᔮᐦ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓐᐦ, ᐊᑯᔮᑦ ᒑ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᓃᔓᔅᑭᓂᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓂᔮᑖᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓐᐦ᙮ ᐧᐋᒋᒫᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓐᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᒥᔪᒋᔅᒑᔨᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓐᐦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᐧᐋᑭᓐᐦ᙮

The legend of two cannibals, father and son, the son named Niishuskiniu. Niishuskiniu goes hunting and finds a couple who were starving and brings them home. The couple were fed, only to be fattened up. The woman refers to the cannibal elder as `father`. The cannibal elder begins feeling sorry for the couple and plans to help them escape. Niishuskiniu is eager to kill the couple to eat them but his father tells him to find a new place to camp. Niishuskiniu leaves and the couple goes into hiding. The cannibal elder helps them by bringing a strong blizzard. Niishuskiniu finds another camp and kills the woman who was alone at the camp and takes his kill back to his camp. The husband returns to camp and notices that his wife had been killed by Niishuskiniu. The husband leaves and puts a curse on his path. Niishuskiniu follows the husband but the cursed path hinders him. While hunting during the spring, Niishuskiniu finds canoes hung on a rack. The two cannibals move closer to the canoes to wait for the people to journey back to their canoes. The group of people come back to their canoes and build a camp. At night, the cannibals attack the people and kill them. Finally, a man is determined to kill the two cannibals. He and his family move to an area where the cannibals are. The cannibals reach their camp and are invited to stay. After getting to know the cannibals, the man knows how to kill the cannibals and is able to succeed.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-034-027

File Size

35.20 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, Citizenship

Themes

Legends

Topics

Family, Tradition, Seasons, Animals, Artifacts, Food, Man, Monsters, Supernatural, Transportation

ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐱᐳᐦᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓅᐦᒋᒦᐦᒡ
One year of life in the bush

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐅᔥᑭᒡ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐅᐧᐃᑦ᙮ ᐧᐄᔨ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ, ᐧᐄᐤᐦ, ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓈᐹᔑᔥᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐃᔥᐧᑳᔑᔥᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᒋᒑᓂᒌ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᑎ ᐱᐳᓂᔨᒡ ᑳ ᑯᔅᐱᐦᐊᐦᒡ᙮ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᐱᒫᔑᒡ, 3 ᒌ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᒑ ᒋᔖᔮᒄᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᐧᐋᑎᑎᐦᐧᐋᒡ ᐧᐄᔥᑖᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐹᐦᑐᐧᐃᑭᒦᐦᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᐦᒋᒡ ᐹᐳᓂᔨᒡ ᐹᒫᑎᓯᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᔥᑖᐤᐦ᙮ ᑭᔨᐧᐹ ᒥᔥᑏᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᓂᒫᔅᐦ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋ ᐋᒥᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᔖᔥ ᓈᔥᒡ ᓂᒥ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐃᐦᑖᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᐱᐳᓂᔨᒡ, ᒑᒃ ᓂᒥ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒦᒋᓱᐧᐃᒡ᙮ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᔥᑖᐤᐦ, ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᐧᐃᒡ᙮ ᒧᔮᒻ ᔖᔥ ᐋ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᐦᑎᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᔥᑖᐤᐦ ᐧᐄᐱᒡ ᒋᐦᐋᑳ ᔖᔥ ᐱᒫᑎᓯᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒋᑐᐦᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐱᐹᔑᐧᑳᑎᓂᔨᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳᐦ ᐧᑖᔑᓂᔨᒡᐦ ᓰᐲᐦᒡ᙮ ᓂᒧᐃ ᒫᒃ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᐦᑖᑯᓂᔨᐤ ᐧᐃᔨᐤ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ᙮

Samson recalls the year he first got married. Samson, his wife his father and a young man and a girl traveled together. They traveled inland by canoe. As they sailed, he killed 3 bears. They reached his brother-in-law at Patukami Lake. That was the last year his brother-in-law was alive. They caught many fish during the spawning time. Caribou was becoming scarce. That winter, food became scarce. Samson and his brother-in-law had a chance to kill caribou but the caribou ran away. His brother-in-law seemed to know that he would die soon. One time during a blizzard, his brother-in-law left to go hunting, he fell into the river during the winter. His body could not be found.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-034-041

File Size

29.60 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

Topics

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

ᐱᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᔥ
Partial Kuikuhaachaash Legend

ᐆ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᑳᓐ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤ ᒌᐦ ᑯᔥᑎᒻ ᓂᐲᔨᐤ᙮ ᓂᒧᐃ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒌᐦ ᐧᑳᐱᒑᐤ᙮ ᐅᓈᐹᒻᐦ ᑳ ᒌ ᐧᑳᐱᒑᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᐦᐧᒫᔮᐦ ᒋᑐᐦᑖᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐧᐋᓂᒋᔅᒋᓯᔨᒡᐦ ᒑ ᐧᑳᐱᒑᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐧᐋᐦ ᒥᓂᐦᐧᑳᑦ ᐊᓐ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤ, ᓂᔮᓯᐹᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᒋᐱᑎᑯᑦ ᒥᓂᑑᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᒫᒃ ᓂᐲᐦᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐃᔨᐦᑖᑦ ᐊᓐ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤ ᐧᐋᒋᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒥᓂᑑᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓃᔓ ᐅᑯᓯᓯᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᑖᑯᔑᐦᒃ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ, ᓂᒥ ᐃᐦᑖᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᐤᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓂᐲᐦᒡ ᐋ ᐃᑐᐦᑖᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ, ᐹᑯᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᐤᐦ᙮

This is the ending of the Kuikuhaachaash legend. Kuikuhaachaash and Minituu test each other`s strength to kill each other. Kuikuhaachaash kills Minituu and his wife with arrows. Minituu and his wife are covered in armour.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-034-033

File Size

4.70 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

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

ᐱᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ
Partial Kuikuhaachaau legend

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐆ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤ᙮ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᐧᐋᐦᑎᒧᐧᐋᑦ ᐧᐄᒋᔖᓐᐦ ᐋᑳ ᒑ ᓈᑎᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤᐦ ᐅᒫᔅᑭᓈᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᓯᐦᑯᓵᐹᐤ ᐹᔥᑎᐦᐋᐧᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐅᒫᔅᑭᓈᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐱᔮᒋ ᓈᑎᑯᒡ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤᐦ ᒑ ᓂᐱᐦᐄᑯᒡ᙮ ᐊᓐ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤ ᒥᔥᑎᔑᑳᑯᐦᒡ ᐄᓯᓈᑯᓯᐤ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐧᐄᔨ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ ᑯᐃᑯᐦᐋᒑᐦᒡ ᐋᓯᓈᑯᓯᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐋᑎ ᒧᐦᒌᔥᑖᑐᒡ᙮ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐧᐋᓂᔫᔮᐤᐦ ᒥᒄ ᐴᐦᒑᐱᔥᑳᑯᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐄᑐᒫᔨᑯᔨᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᐧᐋᐱᐦᑳᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᐅᔥᑎᐧᑳᓐ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤ᙮ ᓂᔮᓯᐹᐱᐦᑖᑦ ᒋᐦᒋᑭᒦᐦᒡ᙮ ᒥᔑᐤ ᑳ ᒋᔥᑖᐹᐅᐧᐃᔨᑦ, ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑖᑦ ᒦᓐ ᐧᐄᒋᔖᓐᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᔨᒡᐦ ᒥᓂᑑᐦ᙮ ᐊᓐ ᒥᓂᑑ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᓯᐦᒑᑦ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐃᔮᑎ ᐧᐄᐦ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓐ ᒥᓂᑑ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᑯᐃᐦᑯᐦᐋᒑᐤᐦ, ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑑᑎᐧᐋᐤ ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐋᑎ ᒫᐦᒋᐱᔨᔨᒡ ᐅᔮ ᑳ ᐋᑎᔫᐦᒑᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᐄᔨᐦᐱᓂᒡ ᐋ ᐄᔅᐧᑳᐹᑭᐦᒡ ᐅᑎᐦᐄᑭᓈᔮᐲ᙮

This is the legend of Kuikuhaachaau and Waaniyuuyaau. Kuikuhaachaau warns his siblings that Waaniyuuyaau was near and not to cross his path. But Sikusaapaau accidentally touches Waaniyuuyaau`s path. Waaniyuuyaau goes after Kuikuhaachaau and his family. Waaniyuuyaau transforms into a giant skunk to kill his victims. Kuikuhaachaau transforms into the wolverine and attacks Waaniyuuyaau. Kuikuhaachaau and his family kill Waaniyuuyaau but Kuikuhaachaau gets some of awful stench on his face. His head is wrapped and he goes towards the sea to wash himself. After washing himself in the sea, Kuikuhaachaau finds some family members living with Minituu. Minituu is very selfish and doesn`t share. Minituu and Kuikuhaachaau don`t get along and Minituu tries to kill Kuikuhaachaau unsuccessfully. The legend is abruptly cut due to the length of the tape.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-034-039

File Size

25.13 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

Citizenship, Social studies

Themes

Legends

Topics

Clothing, Man, Woman, Predictions, Family, Boy, Starvation, Tradition, Past, Monsters, Seasons, Supernatural, Winter, Transportation, Inter-racial, Animals, Artifacts, Food

ᑳ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᒡ ᐧᐋᔑᐹᐱᓂᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐹᔨᑯᑖᐅᓰᒡ
Starvation of the Washipabano family

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᑳ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐹᔨᑯᑖᓂᐤ ᐧᐋᔑᐹᐱᓂᐤ ᑳ ᐃᓯᓂᐦᑳᓱᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᑖᒥᔅ ᐧᐋᔑᐹᐱᓂᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᐧᐄᒋᒫᑭᓐᐦ, 6 ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᔑᔨᐤᐦ ᐅᑯᓯᔅᐦ, ᓂᔥᑐ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᐅᐧᐃᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ 10 ᐧᐄᓵᐧᐋ ᑳᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᔑᔨᒡᐦ ᐅᔑᔑᒥᔥᐦ᙮ ᓈᔥᑎᔨᒡ ᒫᒃ ᒥᓯᐧᐋ ᒌᐦ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓅᐦᒋᒦᐦᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐴᒫᐦᐋᑭᓂᐧᐃᐧᐃᒡ ᒑ ᒥᔑᑳᒡ ᐧᕚᕐᑦ ᐧᒑᕐᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳᐦ ᐋᑎ ᓃᐱᓂᔨᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᐧᐃᒡ ᑳᐦ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᐧᐋᑯᐱᓈ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐹᑎᒫᐦ ᑳ ᒥᔅᑳᑭᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᑳᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᐧᐋᑯᐱᓈ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᓂᑑᐦᐅᑦ ᓈᐹᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᑦ ᐋᑳ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐹᒋ ᒌᐧᐋᑦ᙮ ᐧᐄᔨ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒻ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᒃ, ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐊᑎ ᐱᔅᒑᐧᐋᑦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑐᑖᑯᑦ᙮

Samson tells the story of the starvation of the Washipabano family. Thomas Washipabano and his wife had 6 sons, three of them married. They had around 10 grandchildren. The entire family had died from starvation out in the bush. When they didn`t return to Fort George for the summer, the people knew that they had starved to death that winter. The camp with the bodies was discovered. Samson mentions several other incidents of people starving to death, and about hunters not returning from the hunt due to starvation. He also mentions that he had experienced hunger himself and his body becoming gaunt.

Age 12+
Code

EcCh-034-040

File Size

9.10 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

Topics

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

ᑳ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᑦ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ
The Bad Father-in-law

ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒫᔮᑎᓰᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ ᐧᐋᐦ ᓂᔥᑯᔥᑖᑯᑦ᙮ ᐊᓐ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ ᓂᔮᓈᑭᒋᐦᐄᐧᐋᒡ ᐋᐦ ᑑᐦᐧᐋᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᓂᒥ ᐴᐦᒋᐱᔨᐦᑖᔨᐤᐦ ᐅᒫᑎᐧᐋᓰᒻᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ᙮ ᐧᐋᐦᑳᐦᐄᑯᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ ᑳ ᒫᑎᐧᐋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐧᐋᐦ ᐋᐦᑯᐦᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐅᔅᒋᓃᒋᓯᐤ ᓂᔮᑭᑎᐧᐋᔨᒫᑦ ᐧᐄᒌᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐅᒥᑖᐧᐋᑎᓰᐧᐃᓐ ᐋ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᑦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᑎᐧᑳᒋᓂᔨᒡ, ᑖᑎᐹᓐ ᐋᔑ ᑯᓯᐱᐦᐊᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦ ᒫᔮᔨᒫᑦ ᐊᓐ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ᙮ ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑐᑎᐧᐋᐤ, ᐱᔮᒋᒌᐧᐋᓂᒫᑯᑦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐧᐋᐦ ᐃᐦᑐᑎᐧᐋᑦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᐱᐳᓂᔨᒡ, ᒑᒃ ᐋᑎ ᐅᐧᐋᓂᐦᑭᑖᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᑏᔨᔨᒻᐦ᙮ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᐧᐄᒋᒫᑭᓐᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐊᒑᓐ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᓰᑯᓂᔨᒡ, ᐱᔮᐦᑎᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐅᔅᒋᓃᒋᓯᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐊᒑᓐᐦ᙮ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᒫᒃ ᐋᐦ ᐱᒥᔥᑳᒡ, ᐱᔮᒋ ᓈᑎᐦᐅᑯᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐋᐦ ᒋᑭᐦᐧᑳᑖᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᓂᐲᐦᒡ᙮

A man was very cruel. His son-in-law is determined to get back at him. The father-in-law and son-in-law watch a game of ball. As the game goes on, the father-in-law`s team does not score. He gets angry and tries to hurt the young man`s brothers. But the young man protects his brothers with his power. As the camp separates to hunt in different areas for the winter, the father-in-law tries to put a curse on the young man but the young man returns it. As the winter progresses, the bad father-in-law`s camp becomes hungry and starts cannibalizing on the other camp members. In the spring, the young man and his brothers hear the cannibal coming for them. As the young men paddle, the cannibal swims after them but they kill him in the water by spearing him.

Age 10+
Code

EcCh-034-031

File Size

18.43 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, Citizenship

Themes

Legends

Topics

Woman, Predictions, Starvation, Monsters, Supernatural, Family, Transportation, Tradition, Celebrations, Past, Seasons, Animals, Places, Artifacts, Food, Man

ᑳ ᐹᒋ ᓂᑐᐱᔨᓈᓂᐧᐃᒡ
The raid

ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᑎᐹᒋᒨ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑎᓈᓂᐧᐃᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐄᔥᒌᒫᐅᒡ ᑳ ᓂᐱᐦᐋᒡ ᐅᒋᒫᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᔑᔑᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳ ᐅᑎᓂᐦᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑎᑯᓂᔨᒡ ᐊᑖᐧᐋᐅᑭᒥᑯᐦᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᒌ ᒫᒃ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᒨᓱᓂᐦᒡ ᐋ ᐅᐦᒌᒡ, ᑳ ᒌ ᐹᒋ ᐱᒥᔥᑳᒡ ᐋᐦ ᐹᒋ ᓂᑐᐱᔨᔥᑎᐧᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐄᔥᒌᒫᐤᐦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᐄᔅᐱᔨᔨᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᔑᔑᐦᒡ᙮ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓂᔮᓂᑯᑐᓐᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐄᔮᔪᐧᐃᐦᐋᐧᐃᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᑎᐦ ᐹᔨᐧᑳᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᒡ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᐅᑭᑳᒻ ᐋ ᐧᐃᔨᐧᐋᒡ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᑯᔥᑐᓰᐲᔨᐤ, ᐱᔮᒋ ᐱᒥᔥᑳᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᒨᓱᓂᐦᒡ ᑳ ᐅᐦᒌᒡᐦ, ᐋᐦ ᐹᒋ ᐧᐃᔨᐹᑭᓂᔨᒡᐦ ᐅᑎᑯᑖᓱᓂᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐹᒋ ᓂᑐᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐧᒫᐦᒡ ᐧᐋᐦ ᐹᒋ ᓵᔅᒋᐱᑎᐦᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᑑᑎᐧᐋᐤᐦ, ᓂᔮᓯᐹᐱᐦᐄᑐᒡ ᓃᔓ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᒡ᙮ ᐋᐦᐧᒫᔮᐦ ᒌᐦ ᒨᐦᒌᔥᑖᑯᒡ, ᓈᔥᑯᔥᑎᐧᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐅᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᓈᔥᑎᔨᒡ ᒑᐱᐦᒋᐦᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᐹᒋ ᓂᑐᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᑳᒥᐦᒡ ᑳᐹᒡ ᐊᓂᒌ ᑳ ᒥᔑᑳᒡ, ᐱᔮᒋ ᐃᑎᔑᐦᐊᒡ ᐱᔮᓰᐦᑳᓐᐦ᙮ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ ᒫᔅᑭᐦᐆᑯᑦ, ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᓈᔥᐱᑎᔥᑳᑰ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒑᐧᐋᓂᒧᐧᐋᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐱᔮᓰᐦᑳᓐᐦ ᐊᓂᒌ ᐄᔨᔨᐅᒡ, ᐋᑯᐦ ᓈᐱᐦᐄᑯᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᑳᓃᑳᓂᔥᑳᑯᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒑᐧᐋᐱᔨᐦᐧᐃᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐧᐹᑦᐦ ᑳ ᐧᐄᐦ ᒨᐦᒌᔥᑖᑯᒡ᙮

Samson tells a story of long ago. Inuit had killed the store manager at Little Whale River and stole the supplies there. Natives from the south, probably from Moose Factory used to come up the coast to kill Inuit because of what happened in Little Whale River. They also killed the Cree from that area also. A group of Cree camped at the south side of Whapmagoostui. Two boats of raiders came from the south with black flags. This meant there were coming to fight. As the raiders beached their boats, two elders ran down to meet them. Before the raiders could fight, the elders kicked them back. The fight was stopped. As the raiders camped on the other side of the river, they sent a flying killing amulet to the other side. An elder got hit by it but was able to survive. The Cree returned the same flying killing amulet and killed the leader of the raiders. The raiders fled.

Age 12+
Code

EcCh-034-044

File Size

17.08 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

Past, Seasons, Summer, Places, Artifacts, Man, Predictions, Supernatural, Transportation, Inter-racial, Family, Tradition

ᑳ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᑦ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔥ
The year a child starved

ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᑖᐹᒋᒧᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᐊᓂᔮ ᑳ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᔨᒡᐦ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔥᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋ ᐊᑎ ᑎᐧᑳᒋᓂᔨᒡ, ᔖᔥ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᐦᑎᒧᒡ ᓈᔥᒡ ᒑ ᐋᔨᒥᓂᔨᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᐃᐦᑎᑯᓂᔨᒡ ᒦᒋᒥᔨᐤ᙮ ᒌᐦ ᒥᐦᒑᑎᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᒡ᙮ ᒥᔑᐤ ᒫᒃ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᑳᒄᐦ, ᐊᐱᔑᔥ ᐱᔮᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓂᒫᔅᐦ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᐱᒋᒡ᙮ ᐃᔨᐦᒡ ᐱᔥᒡ ᐋᔑ ᐱᒋᒡ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᑎᐦᑖᒡ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᓂᔥᑐ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᒡ᙮ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᑎᐧᐋᐱᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᑯᑎᒃᐦ ᐄᔨᔨᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋ ᐃᐦᑖᒡ ᒑ ᐹᒋᔥᐱᒋᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐋᑎ ᒥᑎᐦᑖᑦ ᔖᔥ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᒫᐤ ᓈᔥᒡ ᐋᑳ ᒥᔪᐱᔨᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐹᔨᒄ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐱᐦᒋᔑᓂᔨᑯᐱᓈᓂᐦᐄ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒌᐦ ᐅᐦᒋ ᒌᐧᐋᑖᐹᓈᓂᐧᐃᔨᒋᒑᓂᐦᐄ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᐧᐋᑎᐦᑎᒃ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᐱᔨᐤ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒑ ᐊᑎ ᐃᔥᐧᑳᓈᔨᒋᒑᓂᐦᐄ ᐊᐧᐋᔑᔥᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑖᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒥᔑᐤ ᒫᒃ ᒦᓐ ᐹᒋᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒦᓐ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ 3 ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ, ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐊᑎᑎᐤ ᐧᐋᐦᒋ ᒥᒦᐦᐧᑳᒋᐦᐅᒡ᙮ ᒫᐧᑳᒡ ᒫᒃ ᐋ ᓂᑑᐦᐅᒡ, ᐧᐃᔮᐱᐦᑖᒡ ᓂᒋᑰᓃᔨᔨᐤᐦ᙮ ᒫᑎᐦᑖᒡ, ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᐃᔮᐱᒫᒡ ᓈᐹᔑᔥᐦ ᐋᑳ ᒌᐦ ᐋᔨᒥᔨᒡᐦ ᐋᐦ ᓈᒋᑯᔅᒑᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᔑ ᐊᑐᐦᐋᒫᑯᒡ ᒦᒋᐧᐋᐦᑉᐦ ᐋ ᐃᐦᑎᑯᓂᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᒫᒃ ᐧᐋᔨᐱᔥᒌᔥ ᒥᔮᓂᑖᐦᑭᐧᐋᒡ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒫᒃ ᑳ ᐊᑎ ᒌᐧᐋᒡ, ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᐧᐄᒑᐅᑯᒡ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐱᔥᒡ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐄᔨᐧᐋᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᒡ᙮

Samson recalls a time when a child starved to death. That year, they knew they would have a very hard time because food was scarce. There were many of them at one camp. After killing a porcupine, a few ptarmigan and some fish, they were able to travel. The camp split up. They tracked some caribou and killed 3 caribou. Samson went to tell the other camp to come. As he follows their trail, he notices that they`re having a hard time. A hunter had collapsed from hunger and was dragged home on the toboggan. When he reached the camp, a child had died. After moving away, Samson kills 3 caribou and they did better. While hunting, they see tracks of people from Nitchequon. As they follow the tracks, they see a boy who was mute checking fish hooks on the ice. The boy points to the camp. Samson and his brother visit the camp for a few days. When they leave the camp, a few hunters accompany them to visit their camp.

Age 10+
Code

EcCh-034-043

File Size

52.17 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

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

ᓂᑭᒧᓐᐦ
Traditional Songs

ᓂᔥᑐ ᓂᑭᒧᓐᐦ ᓵᒻᓯᓐ ᓈᐦᐄᑳᐴ ᐋᐦ ᒌᐦ ᓂᑭᒧᑦ᙮ ᓃᔥᑎᒻ ᐊᓂᔮ ᐅᓂᑭᒧᓐ, ᓂᒧᐃ ᐧᐄᐦᑎᒻ ᑖᓐ ᐋᑖᐦᒃ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒦᓐ ᓃᔓ ᐅᓂᑭᒧᓐ, ᐅᑎᓵᒻᐦ ᓂᑭᒧᐦᐋᐤ᙮ ᐊᓂᔮ ᒦᓐ ᑯᑎᒋᔨᐤ ᓂᑭᒧᓂᔨᐤ, ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᐅᓂᑭᒧᓂᔨᐤ᙮

Three traditional songs by Samson Neacappo. First one is not explained. Second one is a song about snowshoes and the third one is his father`s song.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-034-016

File Size

2.15 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

Themes

Song

Topics

Animals, Artifacts, Transportation

ᐄᔨᔨᐅᐧᐃᒡ ᑳ ᐅᑎᐦᑎᑯᐧᐃᒡ ᐧᐋᒥᔥᑎᑯᔒᐤᐦ
When they came into contact with the white man

ᓵᒥᓯᓐ ᒌ ᑎᐹᒋᒥᐤ ᓂᔥᑎᒻ ᑳ ᓂᔥᑯᐧᐋᒡ ᐋᒥᔥᑎᑯᔒᐤᐦ᙮ ᑳ ᐃᑖᔨᐦᑎᒥᔨᐦᒡ ᐅᑏᔨᒻᐦ ᑳ ᐃᑖᔨᐦᑎᒥᔨᐦᒡ ᒑ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᒡ᙮ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑳᒥᔪᔑᔨᐦᒡ ᑎᐹᒋᒪᐤ ᐋ ᒌ ᐧᐋᐱᒫᒡ, ᐋ ᒌ ᐃᔨᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐹᔨᒄ ᓈᐹᐤᐦ ᐋ ᒌ ᐧᐄ ᒥᔅᑭᐦᐧᑖᔨᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋ ᒌ ᐧᐄ ᒋᐦᒋᐲᐦᐋᔨᐦᒡ᙮

Samson talks about when they came in contact with the white man and his people decided that once they come in contact that they all should stay with them. He talks about a pretty woman, they see and how one man says he will take her away from her husband.

Age 8+
Code

EcCh-034-006

File Size

3.20 mb

Duration

18 mins

Year Of Recording

19??

Year Of Last Edit

2004

Sound Editor

Margaret Cox

Described By

Margaret Cox

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Very good

Communities

Chisasibi

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, Citizenship, History

Themes

Memoirs

Topics

Inter-racial, Man, Woman, Transportation

ᐋᔮᔖᐤ
Aayaashaau

ᐋᐅᒄ ᐆ ᐋᒋᒫᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᐋᔮᔖᐤ ᑳ ᓂᑭᑎᐦᐧᐋᑦ ᐅᑯᓯᔅᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᒥᓂᔥᑎᑯᐦᒡ᙮ ᒥᐦᒑᓂᔨᐤᐦ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᐋ ᐧᐄᐦ ᓂᑳᔥᑳᑯᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᔑᔥ ᐋᐦ ᐧᐄᐦ ᒌᐧᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᔪᐧᐃᒄ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑐᑖᑯᑦ ᐅᒥᑖᐅᐧᐋᑎᓰᐧᐃᓂᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᐋᐱᒋᐦᑖᔨᒡᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᒃ ᒑᐧᐋᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᔑᔥ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᐧᑳᒋᐦᐋᑦ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᑳ ᐃᔅᐧᑳᓯᐦᒃ ᐊᔅᒌᔨᐤᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᓂᐲᔨᐤ ᑳ ᐅᐦᑖᐱᔨᔨᒡ, ᒋᐦᐋᑳ ᒌᐦ ᐃᐦᑎᑯᓂᔨᒡ ᒑᐧᑳᔨᐤ ᐋᐦ ᒫᔮᑖᔨᐦᑖᑯᓂᔨᒡ᙮ ᐋᑯᑎᐦ ᑳ ᐅᐧᐋᔑᐦᐋᑦ ᐅᑳᐧᐄᐦ, ᐲᐲᐦᒑᐦᐊᐦ ᑳ ᐃᔑᓈᑯᐦᐋᑦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐧᐄᔨ ᐱᔮᓰᐦᒡ ᑳ ᐄᓯᓈᑯᐦᐄᓱᑦ᙮ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᑳᒋᒡ ᐋ ᓃᐱᓂᔨᒡ ᐋᑯᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐄᔅᐱᐦᔮᒡ, ᐋᑯᑖᐦ ᐋᐦᑖᒡ᙮

The legend of Aayaashaau and how he abandons his son on an island. The son has many obstacles trying to get back home because the father uses shaman power against his son. The son finally reaches home and confronts his father. The son burns the land and makes the water boil to rid the land of evil. After he changes his mother into the robin and he changes into a bird, they fly far away where it is always summer.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-203-020

File Size

26.31 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, Animals, Artifacts, Food, Clothing, Man, Woman, Supernatural, Transportation

ᒫᐃᓰᐤ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ
Stingy Father-in-law

ᐊᑎᒫᐲᓯᒧᐄᔨᔨᐤ ᒌᐦ ᐧᐄᒋᒫᐤ ᐲᓯᐧᒫᐦᑖᔅᐧᑳᐤᐦ᙮ ᓂᒥ ᒌᐦ ᓂᑑᐦᑎᐧᑳᐤ ᐋᑳ ᒋᔅᒑᔨᐦᑎᐦᒃ ᑭᔮᐦ ᒑ ᒌᐦ ᐋᔅᒑᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᐊᓐ ᐅᓯᓯᒫᐤ ᒑᒃ ᓂᒥ ᐊᔑᒫᐤ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ, ᐄᔮᒥᑭᐧᐃᐦᑭᑎᐦᐋᑦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒑᒃ ᓈᑐᐧᐃᑎᐦᐧᑳᑦ ᐊᓐ ᓈᐹᐤ᙮ ᓈᐱᐦᐋᑦ ᐊᑎᐦᒄᐦ᙮ ᐋᑯᐦ ᒑᒃ ᐃᔨᐦᒡ ᐋᑖᔨᒫᑦ ᐊᓂᔮᐦ ᐅᓂᐦᐋᒋᒻᐦ ᐊᓐ ᒋᔖᔨᔨᐤ᙮

A man from the north marries into a southern family. The man cannot hunt caribou and is not familiar with hunting beaver. The father-in-law stops giving food to his son-in-law making him starve. The man finally decides to go caribou hunting and kills caribou. The father-in-law changes his attitude towards his son-in-law.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-203-021

File Size

5.34 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

Teachings

Topics

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

ᐅᑖᐹᓈᔅᑯᐦᒑᓯᐤ
Toboggan Maker

ᓈᐹᐤ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐲᓯᐧᒫᐦᑖᐦᒡ ᐋ ᐅᐦᒌᑦ ᐧᐋᐦ ᐅᔑᐦᐋᑦ ᐅᑖᐹᓈᔅᒄᐦ,ᐊᑯᔮᑦ ᒑ ᒌᐦ ᐅᔑᐦᐋᑦ ᐄᔨᑖᐹᓈᔅᒄᐦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᑎᒫᐲᓯᒻ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒧᔑᐧᐋᔨᒡ᙮ ᒑᒃ ᒫᒃ ᐧᐋᒋᑦ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐊᑎᒫᐲᓯᒻ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐋᐦ ᒧᔑᐧᐋᔨᒡ᙮ ᐊᐧᑳᑖᑭᓂᐧᐃᑦ ᒑ ᐅᔑᐦᑖᑦ ᐄᔨᑖᐹᓈᔅᒄᐦ᙮ ᐅᒥᑖᐧᐋᑎᓰᐧᐃᓐ ᐃᔮᐱᒋᐦᑖᑦ ᒑ ᒌᐦ ᒥᔅᑭᐧᐋᑦ ᐋᐦ ᒥᐧᔮᔅᑯᓯᔨᒡᐦ ᒥᔅᑎᒄᐦ ᒑ ᒌᐦ ᐅᔑᐦᐋᑦ ᓃᔓ ᐄᔨᑖᐹᓈᔅᒄᐦ᙮

A man from the south makes a joke that he could make a toboggan in the north where there are no trees. Eventually, he lives up north in the barrens and is told to make a toboggan. He uses his shaman power to find good trees and makes two nice toboggans.

Age 6+
Code

EcCh-203-018

File Size

6.18 mb

Duration

6 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

Past, Artifacts, Man, Supernatural, Transportation

ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ ᑎᐹᒋᒧᐧᐃᓐᐦ
Stories from the past

ᓈᐹᐤ ᑎᐹᒋᒥᐤ ᐅᐦᒋ ᐆ ᐱᒫᑎᓰᐅᓐ, ᐋ ᐹᔨᑯᑖᐅᓯᔨᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐃᐦᑎᒡ ᐋ ᓂᑐᐦᐆᐧᐃᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋ ᐱᒥᐧᐄᔨᓱᐧᐃᒡ ᐊᓂᑖᐦ ᐧᐋᔥᑭᒡ᙮ ᐧᐃᐦᒡ ᑭᔮᐦ ᑖᓂᑖᐦ ᑳ ᐃᔑ ᒋᔅᑯᑎᒫᑯᐧᐃᑦ ᐅᐦᑖᐧᐄᐦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐅᔅᑖᔅᐦ ᐋ ᓂᑐᐦᐆᐧᐃᑦ ᑭᔮᐦ ᐋ ᒦᔥᑯᑎᓂᐦᒃ ᔫᓂᔨᐤ ᑭᔮᐦ

This is a person who is telling a story about his life and family and how they used to hunt and travel in the past. It is also about how his father and his brother taught him how to hunt and trade their furs and pelts for goods such as stoves and flour from the white travelers that came by ships to their camps.

Age 10+
Code

EcWh-906-001

File Size

12.05 mb

Duration

70 mins

Year Of Recording

19??

Year Of Last Edit

2004

Sound Editor

Suzanne House

Described By

Suzanne House

Dialect

Northern

Quality

Good with noise

Communities

Whapmagoostui

Languages

Northern Dialect

Teachings

Social studies, History

Themes

Memoirs, Teachings

Topics

Transportation, Family, Boy, Girl, Tradition, Past, Places, Man, Woman

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