Indigenous Thoughts Network
PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
PHILOSOPHY BY REGION
Where the Rivers Meet (WTRM) Website
ABOVE: My mom (the oldest of the sisters) and Rose McDougall when she was young. My cousin Lulu is in the middle.
ALGONQUIN (KITIGAN-ZIBI) WORLD VIEW
STATEMENTS OF ALGONQUIN METAPHYSICS
RECLAIMING ALGONQUIN CULTURE
Starts from our education strategies.
ALGONQUIN RESERVE LIFE
Kitigan-Zibi Anishinabeg (formerly: River Desert Reserve)
1920s - 2017
THE WAMPUM BELT
Photo's of my grandparents Antoine and Louise Brazeau (McDougal) and their family (my mother, aunts and uncles. Life on the reserve was mostly rural for my own family. My grandparents ran a store and a small sea-plane landing on their property. This is what Rose is referrring to.
ABOVE: My aunt Rose responding to questions by students to talk about reserve life from the1930s to the present. Below are photos of Rose and my family at Kitigan zibi Anishinabeg.
Antoine and Louise McDougall
Chief Abraham McDougall 1936-1939
A bridge over Cedar Creek was built and completed. This bridge was of great assistance to both natives and non-natives for pulpwood and provisions to and from lumber camps.
The road at Bitobi forks was rebuilt and culverts were made along Bitobi and Congway roads. At that time, they were using horses ' and wagons to haul their gravel.
During the depression, the people did not have the same problem for food as did the people in the cities. Native people did some farming, hunting and trapping.