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Remembering Those of the Past and the Present

Conne River Rotunda
Conne River Rotunda
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Local community activities and the once a year Pow Wow contribute to the present day history of the Mi’kmaq people. Those whose pictures are provided are only a few of the many who are writing the present day history of the Mi’kmaq people of Conne River, Eastern Canada and beyond.

Those of the Present

Conne River pow-wow dancer 2009
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Conne River pow-wow dancer posing for photograph 2009
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Mi'kmaw men walking in Conne River pow-wow parade 2009
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Couple dancing in 2009 Conne River pow-wow
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Conne River pow-wow male dancer with drum 2009
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Conne River pow-wow male dancer holding drum in air 2009
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Conne River 2009 pow-wow Mi'kmaq man in contemporary regalia
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Conne River pow-wow 2009 First nations male with feathers on head
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Conne River pow-wow 2009 Mi'kmaw women dancing
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Conne River pow-wow 2009 women in contemporary regalia
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Mi'kmaw woman dancer at the Conne River pow-wow 2009
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Flags are paraded around rotunda at the Conne River pow-wow 2009
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Conne River 2009 pow-wow male dancer wearing contemporay regalia
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Mi'kmaw woman with traditional paddle dancing at Conne River 2009 pow-wow
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Eel Caught by Conne River Youth
Photo: Neil Jeddore
Young girl holding traditional eel spear
Photo: Neil Jeddore
First Nation Family
From Ktaqmkukewaq Mi'kmaq: Wlqatmuti / The Mi'kmaw People of Newfoundland: A Celebration, Edward Tompkins, Curator, Federation of Newfoundland Indians, 2004. Reproduced by permission.

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