Mariah Meawasige

Waawigyekidewin

Slide
Story 1: North (Cedar)
Story 2: East (Tobacco)
Story 3: South (Sweetgrass)
Story 4: West (Sage)
Dibaajimowin 1: Giiwedinong (Giishkaandag)
Dibaajmowin 2: Waabanong (Asemaa)
Dibaajimowin 3: Zhaawanong (Wiingwashk)
Dibaajimowin 4: Ningaabii’anong / Ebangishimog (Mashkode-Bizhikii-Wiingwashk)
Oká:ra #1: Othorè:ke (Onen’takwenhtèn:tshera)
Oká:ra #2: Nà:kon nonkwá:ti (Oien’kwa’ón:we)
Oká:ra #3: Éntie nonkwá:ti ( Kahentákon )
Oká:ra #4: È:neken nonkwá:ti (Kahentákera’s)
ᑎᐸᒋᒧᐎᐣ #1: ᑭᐌᑎᓄᐦᐠ (ᒪᓴᑭᐢ) Tiipachimowin #1: Kiiwetinohk (masakiis)
ᑎᐸᒋᒧᐎᐣ #2: ᐗᐸᓄᐦᐠ (ᒋᐢᑌᒪᐤ) Tipachimowin #2: wapanohk (chistemaw)
ᑎᐸᒋᒧᐎᓇ #3: ᓴᐎᓄᐦᐠ (ᐎᐣᑲᐡ) Tipachimowin #3: sawinohk (wiinkash)
ᑎᐸᒋᒧᐎᐣ #4: ᓇᑲᐯᐦᐃᓄᐦᐠ (ᐸᐢᑌᐎᐣ) Tipachimowin #4: Nakapêhinohk (pastêwin)
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Department of Ethnology, Royal Ontario Musum, Ontario.

Department of Ethnology, Royal Ontario Musum, Ontario.