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Rekindling the Sacred Fire: Métis Ancestry and Anishinaabe Spirituality
by Chantal Fiola
University of Manitoba Press, 2015
Paper: 978-0-88755-770-5 | eISBN: 978-0-88755-480-3
Library of Congress Classification E99.I7M745 2014
Dewey Decimal Classification 971.30049755

The Haudenosaunee, more commonly known as the Iroquois or Six Nations, have been one of the most widely written about Indigenous groups in the United States and Canada. But seldom have the voices emerging from this community been drawn on in order to understand its enduring intellectual traditions. Rick Monture’s We Share Our Matters offers the first comprehensive portrait of how the Haudenosaunee of the Grand River region have expressed their long struggle for sovereignty in Canada. Through careful readings of more than two centuries of letters, speeches, ethnography, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and film, Monture argues Haudenosaunee core beliefs have remained remarkably consistent and continue to inspire ways to address current social and political realities.

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