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Schoolboys – do you want to make money during your holidays?

This page is from the Montreal newspaper The Daily World. It appeared in 1926.  Do you think this ad conveys the same feeling and ideas as the artwork in the  Money Makers post? Are they talking about the same thing? Continue reading

Algonquin – Introduction

Here are some facts about the Algonquins.

The total population of the whole tribe of Algonquins is about 11,000 people today.

The Algonquins lived in Southern Quebec and Eastern Ontario. The languages they speak today are French, English,and Algonquin. Their religion is Midewiwin.

They had related ethnic groups which are Abnaki, Innu, Anicinàpek (Nipissing, Ojibwa,  Mississaugas,  Saulteaux,  Odawa and Potawatomi.

by:  M.B., O.P., S.S. (1o yrs. old)

Further Reading:

First Peoples Index