The cross and the eagle feather

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Title The cross and the eagle feather: Spirit world : the story of the mi'kmaq
Author(s) Roy Johnstone, Frank Ledwell, John Joe Sark, Brain Pollard, Keith Baglole, Vision TV, Mi'kmaq Pictures Inc
Date 2003
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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