8 edition of Idaa Trail found in the catalog.
May 10, 2005
by Groundwood Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Autumn Downey (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Wendy Stephenson is the author of Idaa Trail ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Winnipeg ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, p /5(1). The Nokiidaa (Tom Taylor) bike trail is a popular Park trail from Aurora to Newmarket. On any given weekend, locals cruise this path that runs along the creek and turns into the Holland River. Nokiidaa is an Ojibwa word that translates to “walking together”. Enjoy a very scenic path that changes landscape as it winds through the valley, among the subdivisions, and into pockets of wooded.
Folks might getting sick of all my trip plans, jumping from one trip to another. It started as the Idaa Trail between Great Slave and Great Bear Lakes in NWT, then because of the travel expense it became the Colville on the North Slope of Alaska. Then because of the uncertainties of Polar Bears near the coast, we have. Idaa Trail ($) by Wendy Stephenson, illus. by Autumn Downey. Traveling the Idaa Trail with their grandparents, three children learn about traditional Dogrib life.
Name. The name Dogrib is an English adaptation of their own name, Tłı̨chǫ Done (or Thlingchadinne) - “Dog-Flank People”, referring to their fabled descent from a supernatural their Dene neighbours they called themselves often simply Done ("person", "human") or Done Do ("People, i.e. Dene People"). The Tłı̨chǫ's land is known as Ndé (or Dé, Dèe or Né). Idaa Trail. Wendy Stephenson. $ Midnight in the Mountains. Sheena Lott. $ Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it * 0. 1 Star - I hated it 2 Stars - I didn't like it 3 Stars - It was OK 4 Stars - I liked it 5 Stars - I loved it.
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About the Author Wendy Stephenson is Curator of Education at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The archeological research on the Idaa Trail inspired her to write this book, and she has canoed many parts of the trail described in the story.
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Idaa Trail - Kindle edition Author: Wendy Stephenson. Books, Toys, Games and much more. Etseh and Etsi traveled the Idaa trail when they were children and as they paddle north with their grandchildren they pass along their knowledge of special sites along the way and explain how their people survived in the old days -- building birch bark canoes, fishing with willow lines and muskrat-tooth Author: Wendy Stephenson.
The archeological research on the Idaa Trail inspired her to write this book, and she has canoed many parts of the trail described in the story. Autumn Downey. Autumn Downey's illustrations appear in Shield Country by Jamie Bastedo (The Arctic Institute of North America) and the Arctic Ecozone Poster series.
She lives in Yellowknife, Northwest. Etseh, Etsi and their three grandchildren have just embarked on a month long canoe trip in the Northwest Territories -- from the town of Rae to Hottah Lake. They are following the Idaa trail, a trade route that the Dogrib people have traveled for hundreds of years.
Etseh and Etsi traveled the Idaa trail when they were. Etseh, Etsi and their three grandchildren have just embarked on a month long canoe trip in the Northwest Territories -- from the town of Rae to Hottah Lake. They are following the Idaa trail, a trade route that the Dogrib people have traveled for hundreds of years.
About the Author Wendy Stephenson is Curator of Education at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The archeological research on the Idaa Trail inspired her to write this book, and she has canoed many parts of the trail described in the : Wendy Stephenson.
Idaa Trail: The Trail and Beyond 9 Adult Literacy and Basic Education (ALBE) English Learning Outcomes Covered in the Idaa Trail Study Guide Each chapter of the Idaa Trail Study Guide covers many learning outcomes in the English, Science and Social Studies Adult Literacy and Basic Education Curriculum.
Books: Jennings, John. The Canoe, A Living Tradition. Toronto: Firefly Books, Articles: Andrews, Thomas D. and John B. Zoe. "The Dogrib Birchbark Canoe Project." Arctic Vol.
51, No. 1 (March ): Download the article in Adobe PDF format (permission to reproduce this article was provided by the Arctic Institute of North America).
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Etseh, Etsi and their three grandchildren have just embarked on a month long canoe trip in the Northwest Territories Idaa Trail‐Curricular Links Social Studies A community in the past Appreciate the physical and human geography of the communities studied.
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Get this from a library. Idaa Trail: in the steps of our ancestors. [Wendy Stephenson; Autumn Downey] -- Etseh, Etsi, and their grandchildren have embarked on a month-long canoe trip in the Northwest Territories following the Idaa Trail-a trade route that the Dogrib people have traveled for hundreds of.
Idaa Trail tells the story of a unique canoe trip that retraces a trade route long-known to the Dogrib people. It is summer, and year-old John and his cousins, Nora and Peter, paddle along this ancient route with their grandparents, Etsi and Etseh.
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