Les Hurons préfèrent utiliser le terme Wendat pour se désigner. Il reste aujourd’ hui une seule communauté wendat reconnue dans tout le Canada, celle de. Site de la Nation huronne-wendat. Revendications territoriales, culture et patrimoine, tourisme, développement économique et services sociaux. Les Mosaicultures du Peuple Wendat. 3 Reviews. #8 of 8 things to do in Wendake · Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Biking Trails. Corridor des Cheminots et.

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The Five Nations wendaat a dogged animosity toward the French, with only a few interludes of real peace, from that time onward. This type of accessory was worn in Wendake, near Quebec City. Having a little girl make the clothes for her doll is preparation for her to make clothing as a young woman and or married mother.

On August 27,representatives of the far-flung Wyandot bands of QuebecKansasOklahoma and Michigan gathered at their historic homeland in Midland, Ontario. The decision settled claims related to the year-old treaty. The Huron Range spanned the region from downriver of the source of the St. Often, the embroidered motifs on the band depicted balsam fir branches. Under the leadership of Tarhethey were signatories to the Treaty of Greenville in The colours of objects decorated with porcupine quills and embroidered moosehair, coloured with natural dyes, retain their brightness even today, as seen by this birchbark tray magnificently decorated in the style of the time.

An October article in The New York Times reported that the Wyandot were free that is, they had been accepted as US citizens and without the restrictions placed on other tribes.


In the 19th century, moosehair replaced porcupine quills in their work, and these expert embroiderers began producing different styles of embroidery with a variety of design motifs. One faction moved to Sandusky and in into the Ohio Valley, while the other moved across the river from Detroit. The Wyandot acquired a more-or-less square parcel north and west of the junction of the Kansas River and the Missouri River. The materials used to make snowshoes have evolved, and the traditional wooden variety is becoming more and more rare.

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els The artisans of Wendake decorated the evening shoes they produced with wonderful floral motifs embroidered in moosehair. Big Turtle noted that, in the spring ofthe tribal chiefs retroceded the granted land to the government. Appendices Biographical note Annette de StecherPh. About Us Help Center. The snowshoes were firmly attached to the wearer’s moccasined feet by long pieces of lamp wrndat.

This Roman Catholic shrine is consecrated to the ten North American martyrs. Some cups like this were made by the Huron-Wendat for sale to tourists. The photograph lez one in a series of six on moose hunting, all of which show “hunting cabins. They called their traditional territory Wendake.

Boys are given miniature bows so they may practice hunting very small game.

They perfected elaborate embroidery techniques and created refined and original products that were greatly prized by bourgeois women. A University of Ottawa website. Birchbark containers embroidered with moosehair were one of the specialties of Huron-Wendat women.

They were reflected in a thousand and one ways, with footwear as well as with utilitarian and luxury objects purchased by the well-to-do to decorate their homes. Tobacco contained substances that qendat hunters feel less hungry, enabling them to keep going longer when travelling great distances. First Nations in Canada An overview of significant developments affecting First Nations communities from the pre-Contact era before the arrival of Europeans up to the present day.


Very fashionable during the Victorian era, fans were made by several Aboriginal nations, who sold them to wealthy tourists as artisanal objects. Huron-Wendat women adapted their artistry to the needs and tastes of the bourgeoisie. In andarcheologists excavated a large 15th-century Huron village, now called the Draper Sitein Pickering, Ontario near Lake Ontario. Women made the clothes, cooked and processed game, farmed, and raised the children.

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Does this place or activity accept credit cards? Girls learn the same way. Nearby Attractions See all 8 nearby attractions. Is this a place or activity you would suggest for families with kids? Such moccasins could be purchased in Wendake. Iroquois women fashioned pes in a variety of shapes.

They used plants, roots and tree bark to obtain bright and attractive natural dyes. In response, Huron-Wendat women began producing hand-made novelty objects that would meet this market demand. Walker and the others were promoting Kansas as the route for the proposed transcontinental railroad.

This case was fashioned by Huron-Wendat artisans of the village of Wendake during a period when tourist art was at its height.