Bringing Treaties to Life recording available
Did you miss the webinar? It's now posted online.
What does it mean to be a treaty person when you do land-based work?
https://native-land.ca/ map of treaties, territories and languages
Hayden King video on treaties (5:40 newcomers and treaties 10:05 are we all treaty people?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6niWvsqV_oM
Video and written transcript of talk Law of The Land: Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant https://trentmagazine.ca/services-view/law-land-teyotsihstokwathe-dakota-brant-06-examines-canada-150-plus-video-walrus-talk/
https://yellowheadinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/annotated-treaty-factsheet-yellowhead-institute.pdf An Annotated Guide to the (Mal)Interpretation Of Confederation Era Treaties In Canada One page fact sheet explaining differences in interpretation between settlers and First Nations.
Recommended by our speakers
Leanne Simpson’s article Looking after Gdoo-naaganinaa: Precolonial Nishnaabeg Diplomatic and Treaty Relationships
https://profiles.laps.yorku.ca/profiles/ojiigcor/ Alan Corbiere
McMaster English professor Daniel Coleman has excerpts of his book and a short video interview on https://bookstore.wolsakandwynn.ca/products/yardwork-a-biography-of-an-urban-place
Dish with One Spoon Wampum
Covenant Chain, the Royal Proclamation (1763) and the Treaty of Niagara (1764)
https://www.historymuseum.ca/history-hall/covenant-chain-royal-proclamation-treaty-niagara/two short videos with Alan Ojiig Corbiere
https://nandogikendan.com/niagara-treaty-wampum-agreements/ overview of Niagara Treaty and Two Row Wampum
Toronto Purchase, Treaty #13 (1805)
Williams Treaty (1923)
https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-2984 to sign your support for the Parliamentary e-petition to support the 1492 Land Back movement.
https://earthtotables.org/essays/the-thanksgiving-address/ video and text of Thanksgiving Address in Mohawk and English
https://earthtotables.org/essays/haudenosaunee-gifts/ photo essay with Rick Hill on Dish with One Spoon, Chandra Maracle on role of Haudenosaunee in construction of Canada and U.S, and Ryan DeCaire on Haudenosaunee food system.