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Native American Tribes of Nova Scotia
This is an index to the Native American language and cultural information on our website pertaining to Nova Scotia Indian tribes.
Some pages contain more information than others. If you belong to an indigenous tribe from Nova Scotia that is not currently
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The original inhabitants of the area that is now Nova Scotia included:
Federally recognized First Nations in Nova Scotia today include:
Chapel Island First Nation (Micmac)
PO Box 538
Chapel Island, Nova Scotia B0E 3B0
Eskasoni First Nation (Micmac)
PO Box 7040
Eskasoni, Nova Scotia B1W 1A1
Membertou First Nation (Micmac)
111 Membertou St
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1S 2M9
Millbrook First Nation (Micmac)
PO Box 634
Truro, Nova Scotia B2N 5E5
Recommended books about Nova Scotia Native Americans:
Collection of traditional Glooscap stories retold by a Mi'kmaq author and illustrator.
Glous'gap Stories of the Micmac Indians:
Collection of cultural writings by the Mi'kmaq people of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland.
The Mi'kmaq Anthology:
Colonial history from the Micmac oral tradition.
We Were Not the Savages: A Mi'kmaq Perspective:
Other resources about American Indian history, culture and society in Nova Scotia province:
Representing the Acadia, Chapel Island, Eskasoni, Membertou, Shubenacadie, Wagmatcook, and Waycobah Mikmaqs of Nova Scotia.
Union of Nova Scotia Indians:
Representing the Afton, Annapolis Valley, Bear River, Glooscap, Millbrook and Pictou Landing Mikmaqs of Nova Scotia.
Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq:
Providing services to Nova Scotia Indian families living off-reserve.
Native Council of Nova Scotia:
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