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Tribes, Nations and Bands
Anna Mae Pictou Aquash
Kids and Teens: School Time: Social Studies: Geography: North America: Native Americans: Tribes, Nations and Bands: Mi'kmaq
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Acadia First Nation
- Information on this community composed of five reserves. History and economic development. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Official homepage of this Canadian First Nation, with cultural,political, and historical information.
Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq
- An organization that was formed in 1986 by the band councils of six mainland Nova Scotia First Nations.
Four Directions Institute: Micmac
- Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Ktaqamkuk Mi'kmaq Alliance
- Information on heritage and contemporary issues from a Mi'kmaq cultural organization.
- Provides an overview of the Mi'kmaq of Membertou, Mi'kmaq Nation. A source of information on First Nations in Canada and information relating to current issues facing the Mi'kmaq People
- Information on New Brunswick's Oldest Village. Located on the Northwest Miramichi river, it has been home to the Mikmaq people for the last 3000 years.
The Mi'kmaq (Micmac)
- Heritage, politics and other information on this Nation.
Mi'kmaq Business & Service Directory
- Web portal linking to Mi'kmaq arts, culture, language, history, spirituality, resources and a growing archive of news articles.
Mikmaq Language and the Mi'kmaq Indian Tribe
- Language, culture, history and genealogy. With a children's section.
- Links to Míkmaq related sites.
Native Council of Nova Scotia
- The history and programs of the Native Council of Nova Scotia. Established to serve the needs of off reserve Mi'kmaq/aboriginals in the province.
Quebec History Encyclopedia: Micmac
- Article on the tribe from the Handbook of Indians of Canada.
Union of Nova Scotia Indians
- Tribal council incorporated under the Nova Scotia Societies Act on 3 July 1970 to provide a unified political voice for the Míkmaq people. Seven of the thirteen Míkmaq Bands in Nova Scotia are represented: Eskasoni, Membertou, Wagmatcook, Waycobah, Chapel Island, Shubenacadie and Acadia.
What Became of the Mikmaq after 1755?
- Genealogical and cultural resources on the Mikmaq people.
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