My Treaty of Niagara Wampum Bundle Traditional Teaching
In this teaching I share my Treaty of Niagara Wampum Bundle. I discuss the Treaty of Niagara of 1764 which was the event that ratified the 1763 Royal Proclamation, Canada’s first constitution. I present and read new editions of the three wampum belts exchanged. I also share many other insights about wampum. This is a traditional teaching and done orally.
It is participatory in that Indigenous ways of knowing asks that learners listen with both their mind and their heart, be introspective, and value that often times knowledge will unfold as time passes.
I offer an introduction here at this link: http://www.lynngehl.com/my-treaty-at-niagara-wampum-bundle.html
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