The scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth.
The act or process of spread out or the condition of being disperse
the way a group of people live
tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears
an area where people share many features of the same culture
trees that bear cone
Government by the people, exercised either directly or through elected representative
used among the Iroquoians both as money and as a record of treaties
a tribe in the Iroquois Confederacy
An Aboriginal tribe on the west coast
a feast at which the host gave away many gifts
built by west coast tribes to honor their family
the strongest Aboriginal nation on the Plains
the most important source of food on the plains
made of two crossed poles pulled behind a horse for carrying loads
A dance where the Plains Indian sought a vision to guide them for the rest of their lives
a huge area of North America which spreads from Alaska in the west to the Maritimes in the East
They were used by the First Nations and later by the explorers and fur traders for travelling throughout Canada
A field crop grown by the Huron First Nation
The Inuit word for snowhouse
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