A nomadic people, the Micmacs lived primarily from the traditional activities of hunting, trapping, fishing and the harvesting of wild berries. http://bit.ly/WAsDAj

Mi'kmaq People, 1865 The Mí'kmaq are a First Nations people, indigenous to the northeastern region of New England, Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, and the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec.

MI'KMAQ TRADITIONAL CLOTHES

1980 Mi'kmaq actors Janice Denny and Joe B. Marshall wear reproductions of traditional clothing century, Nova Scotia Museum

Charles Hankinson (Eagle Tail), a Native American from the MICMAC  tribe of Canada, dances in full traditional regalia at the Healing Horse Spirit PowWow. His face paint was "gifted" to him by his grandfather.

Charles Hankinson (Eagle Tail), a Native American from the Micmac Nation of Canada, dances in full traditional regalia at the Healing Horse Spirit PowWow. His face paint was "gifted" to him by his grandfather.

Mi'kmaq girl in caribou coat http://www.storiesofconneriver.ca/EN/history/rememberingpast.php

Micmac-Montagnais child in caribou coat. © Canadian Museum of Civilization, photo by F.

Míkmaq hieroglyphic writing was a writing system and memory aid used by the Míkmaq, a Native American people of the east coast of what is now Canada.

A sample of the Mi'kmaq (Micmac) language and 'hieroglyph' writing system, with Romanisation and German translation.

Kenneth Little Hawk, a wise and caring Native American Storyteller of the old ways of the Mi'kmaq people, a First Nations (Native American) people, indigenous to northeastern New England, Canada's Atlantic Provinces

Kenneth Little Hawk, a wise and caring Native American Storyteller of the old ways of the Mi'kmaq people, a First Nations (Native American) people, indigenous to northeastern New England, Canada's Atlantic Provinces

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