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KANATA TALES: VILLAGE TALES OF CANADIAN FIRST NATIONS by Jacques L. Condor Maka Tai Meh

KANATA TALES: VILLAGE TALES OF CANADIAN FIRST NATIONS

by Jacques L. Condor Maka Tai Meh

260 pages
The collected stories in this book represent fifty years of visiting indigenous, autochtonnes, and First Nations people in Canada. Relatives, elders, and tribal story tellers gave me these stories , which I offer back to Canadian and American readers of Native American fiction to honour my heritage and culture.

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About the Book
The collected stories in this book represent fifty years of visiting indigenous, autochtonnes, and First Nations people in Canada. Relatives, elders, and tribal story tellers gave me these stories, which I offer back to Canadian and American readers of Native American fiction to honour my heritage and culture. In these pages you will find Canadian tales from Labrador and Newfoundland in the East to British Columbia in the West, and from Nunavut and Northwest Territories in the North to the plains of Alberta and Saskatchewan in the South. You will hear the voice of the Wendigo and the cry of the raven, meet sea monsters and sky sprits, and accompany the stone canoe on its last journey. In the end, you will encounter a world very different from every day experience.

 

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About the Author
Jacques L. Condor Maka Tai Meh Jacques L. Condor Maka-Tai-Meh is a French-Canadian, First Nations, Native American of Abenaki-Mesquaki tribes. He has been a resident of Alaska, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest for sixty years. Condor came to Alaska in 1947. He has lived in Nome, Saint Lawrence Island, Fairbanks, Moose Pass, Seward, and Anchorage.

 

 

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