American Indian language
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Les Algonquins (French version)
As a complement to our Algonquin language information, here is our
collection of indexed links about the Algonquin people and their society.
of these pages is on American Indians as a living people with a present and a future as well as a past. Algonquin history is interesting and
important, but the Algonquins are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern authors as well as traditional
folklore, contemporary artwork as well as museum pieces, and the issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies
of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always welcome.
Our Algonquin Websites
Pronunciation guide, picture dictionaries, and other resources for learning to speak the Algonquin Indian language.
Algonquin Facts for Kids:
Questions and answers about Algonquin culture.
Collection of Algonquin Indian legends and folktales.
Information about the Algonquin and other Anishinaabe tribes.
Algonquin Tribal and Community Links
Algonquin Nation Tribal Council:
Representing the Algonquin bands of Barriere Lake, Timiskaming, and Wolf Lake.
Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council:
Representing the Pikogan, Kipawa, Kitcisakik (Grand Lac Victoria), Kitigan Zibi, Lac Simon, and Winneway bands.
Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn Golden Lake Algonquins:
Golden Lake/Pikwakanagan Algonquin First Nation, Ontario.
Barriere Lake Algonquins:
Barriere Lake/Mitchikanabikong Algonquin First Nation, Quebec.
Eagle Village First Nation:
Eagle Village/Kipawa Algonquin First Nation, Quebec.
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg:
Kitigan Zibi Algonquin First Nation, Quebec.
Ardoch Algonquin Anishnabek:
Ardoch Algonquin First Nation, Ontario.
Timiskaming First Nation:
Timiskaming First Nation, Quebec.
Union of Ontario Indians:
Advocacy group serving the Golden Lake Algonquins and other First Nations of Ontario.
Abitibiwinni Barriere Lake Kipawa Kitcisakik Kitigan Zibi Lac Simon:
Long Point Timiskaming Wolf Lake:
Government profiles of the nine Algonquin First Nations of Quebec.
Books for sale on the Algonquin
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Overview of the Algonquin Native American tribe and their history.
Compelling photo-essay about Cree, Atikamekw, and Algonquin life.
You're So Fat!:
Series of essays about Ojibwe and Algonquin culture and language.
Birchbark Canoe: Living Among the Algonquin:
Book on Ojibway and Algonquin canoe-building and lifestyle.
Portrait of the Algonquin people of Kipawa.
Great Rabbit and the Long-Tailed Wildcat:
Children's book illustrating an Algonquin legend about how Wildcat lost his tail.
The Algonquin: Algonquin Native Americans:
Two children's books on the Algonquin people.
American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Algonquins and Native Americans in general.
Maps of Algonquin Lands
Location of the Algonquin Groups:
Map of the 17th-century territory of the Algonquin tribe.
Greater Algonquin Nation:
Map showing where the ten Algonquin First Nations of Canada are located today.
First Nations Map: Location of Amerindian Communities:
Maps of the eleven First Nations of Quebec.
Virtual Museum of New France: Northern Algonquians:
Historical maps and articles about the Algonquin, Micmac,
Innu, and other northeastern tribes.
Algonquin Lifestyle and Tradition
Quebec History: Algonkin:
Anthropology text on the Algonquin people.
Algonquins Algonquin Profile:
Traditional Algonquin culture and way of life in the Algonquin First Nation today.
First Peoples: Algonquins:
Cultural and demographic information about the nine Algonquin nations of Quebec.
The Algonquin The Algonquin Indians Algonquin Indian Tribe The Algonquin Indians:
General information about Algonquin culture and traditions.
History of the Algonquin tribe in Canada.
Algonquians of the Eastern Woodlands:
Ethnography of the Algonquin and other Eastern Canadian tribes.
Articles from Indian Affairs Canada about contemporary life among the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg.
Algonquian Bark Canoes:
Algonquin and other Indian canoes, with pictures showing the differences between canoe types.
Clothing of the Great Lakes Region Northeast Indian Costume Native American Clothing Headdress
Chippewa/Alqonquin clothes, regalia and hairstyles.
Wigwam Homes Algonquian Weapons Native American Food:
Articles on Algonquin and other Native American houses, tools and food.
Information on the traditional uses of plants in the Algonquin tribe.
Algonquin Ring and Pin Game Algonquin Top Top Algonquin Doll:
Doll's Cradleboard Cradleboard Algonquin Doll Algonquin Doll Algonquin Moose Call:
Algonquin Indian toys, games, and musical instruments.
Algonquin and Iroquoian Artifacts:
Algonquin and Wyandot pottery from the Ottawa Valley area.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Algonquin:
Online exhibit of Algonquin artifacts from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
Paganens Recipe Algonquin Nutty Bread Ojawashkwawegad Snowberry Mint Tea:
Wild Nut Bannock Pagan-Wiiagiminan Algonquin Cranberry Sauce Buffalo Meatloaf:
Traditional Algonquin recipes.
Kitigan Zibi Traditional Powwow Pow Wow Drum Music:
Annual pow-wow at Kitigan Zibi Algonquin Nation.
Anishinabe Lacrosse Algonquin Beginnings of Lacrosse:
Articles about the Native game of lacrosse (pagadowe or baggataway, in Algonquin.)
Algonquin Cultural Objects:
Museum exhibit with photos of Algonquin snowshoes, baskets, and other artifacts.
Gino Odjick Gino Odjick's Toughest Fight Gino Odjick:
Algonquin Indian hockey star and anti-alcohol crusader Gino Odjick.
Kitigan Zibi Kipawa Winneway (Long Point) Lac Simon Pikogan (Abitibiwinni):
Fact sheets about education in the Algonquin First Nations.
The Anishinabe Experience Anishinabe Experience:
Tourist package offered by the Algonquins of Golden Lake.
Algonquin Religion and Myth
Collection of Algonquin Indian legends and folktales.
Algonquin Legends and Customs:
Algonquin mythology and traditions.
Sky Stories: Indigenous Astronomy:
The importance of celestial bodies in Anishinabe tradition.
Algonquin Moons Algonquin Calendar:
Names of the Algonquin months of the year.
Information on Algonquin spiritual traditions including clans, smudging and sunrise ceremonies.
Native American Religious Beliefs:
Advice for people researching traditional Algonquin religion and other American Indian spirituality.
Algonquin Art and Literature
Algonquin storytelling, birchbark etching, and pipes.
Big Beaver Indian Crafts:
Algonquin arts and crafts for sale including jewelry, moccasins, and tomahawks.
Pinock's Birch Bark Canoes:
Algonquin canoes, cradle boards, drums, and other traditional crafts for sale.
Iroquois Hair Comb Education and Art Project:
Mohawk-Algonquin artist and educator Simon Brascoupé.
Biography and painting gallery of Algonquin artist Frank Polson.
Dean Ottawa John Tenasco Claude Latour Stephen McGregor Patrick Tenascon:
Profiles and image galleries of urban Algonquin artists.
Algonquin writers, their lives and work.
Native American Art:
Information, photographs and links about Algonquin and other native art.
Algonquin Politics, Issues, and News
Algonquin presentation on Quebec Sovereignty.
Pikwakanagan ceremony to honour lost children Residential school survivors in Kitigan Zibi:
Algonquin tribal reactions to the Kamloops Boarding School tragedy.
Logging Issues The Trilateral Agreement Ten Years of Struggle:
The Trilateral Agreement between Canada, Quebec, and the Algonquin tribe regarding forest management.
Algonquin Land Claim Lawsuit over indigenous hunting and fishing rights:
Arguments over Algonquin land and resource rights in Ontario.
Heartland of the Algonquin People:
Protecting the Upper Ottawa watershed.
The effect of the Quebec-Ontario border on the Algonquin Indian tribe.
Tribal history of the Algonkins.
Kipawa History Wolf Lake Algonquins Barriere Lake Algonquins:
History of individual Algonquin First Nations.
Important Native American Algonquin archaelogical site.
Biographies of Algonquin leaders.
Samuel De Champlain and the Alliance with the Algonquin and Huron:
History of the French colonists' relations with the Algonquin and other First Nations.
The Great Beaver Wars French and Iroquois Wars Beaver Wars:
Information about the 17th-century war between the Iroquois and the French and Algonquian tribes.
Federal Rules of Engagement Aboriginal Healing Foundation Turtle Island: Residential Schools:
Institutional Child Abuse in Canada Aboriginal Peoples and Residential School Out of the Depths:
History of the Indian boarding schools of Canada, and abuses Algonquin and other Native American children suffered there.
Abitibi Lac-Simon Wolf Lake Maniwaki Golden Lake Eagle Village:
Timiskaming Nipissing Kitigan Zibi Kitcisakik Winneway Barriere Lake:
Kichesipirini Dumoine Lac des Quinze Wahgoshig Kipawa:
Information about historical Algonquin bands and villages.
Algonquin timeline and links.
Genealogy Documents On-Line:
Census rolls and genealogical resources for Wabanaki and Algonquin Native Americans.
Algonquin Genealogy Forum:
Messageboard for Algonquin Indian descendants.
John Leclair's Really Big Family:
Heritage of a Metis man, his Cree, French, and Algonquin ancestors.
Native American Ancestry:
Direction for those seeking Algonquin and other American Indian ancestors.
Links, References, and Additional Algonquin Resources
Wikipedia: Algonquins Britannica: Algonquin: Algonquin People Native Groups: Algonquins:
Encyclopedia entries about the Algonquin Indians.
Algonquins Les Algonquins au Témiscamingue Algonquins Les Algonquins Algonquins:
Information about the Algonquin tribe in French.
Information about the Algonquin tribe in Spanish.
Algonquin Tribe Native Americans: Algonquin First Nations: Algonquins Algonquin The Algonquins:
Algonquin links pages.
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