Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Learning about the Sundance (2010)

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy.

The stories deal with Aboriginal culture and tradition. Each story is presented in both English and the writer’s Aboriginal language and is illustrated with photographs. This story, in English and Cree, describes the author’s experience in researching the traditional Sundance ceremony.

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978-1-926767-27-7
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2010-09-21
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Kimberly Loftus. Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Learning about the Sundance 2010. Web. 2 Dec. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/saln/sundance/sundance.pdf>
Kimberly Loftus (2010). Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Learning about the Sundance. Retrieved December 2, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/saln/sundance/sundance.pdf
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