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The People
Nonfiction Ages 9-12
Pages: 0
Themes: Native Canadian, Mi'kmaq, history, Luski, quillwork, Turtle Island, pow wow
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing
Pub Date: 03/Jan/2017
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In L'nu'k: The People, First Nations educator Theresa Meuse traces the incredible lineage of today's Mi'kmaq people, sharing the fascinating details behind their customs, traditions and history. Discover the proper way to make Luski (Mi'kmaq bread), the technique required for intricate quillwork and canoe building, what happens at a powwow and how North America earned its Aboriginal name, Turtle Island.

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