The cross and the eagle feather
|Title||The cross and the eagle feather: Spirit world : the story of the mi'kmaq|
|Author(s)||R. Johnstone, F. Ledwell, J. Sark, B. Pollard, K. Baglole, Vision TV, Mi'kmaq Pictures Inc|
|Abstract||By the dawn of the seventeenth century, murder and exploitation of indigenous peoples had become entrenched. But in the fledging colony of New France, a society was emerging, in which, a genuine bond of friendship and mutual respect was established between the European newcomers and a native population called Mi'kmaq. A land called Acadia. This relationship endured for more than one hundred years. Until the final defeat of the French by the British - a defeat which would mean unspeakable tragedy for both the Acadians and the Mi'kmaq, but a defeat which could not break their enduring bonds of friendship.|
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