II s'agit de celui des Innus, des Anishnabes, des Atikamekws, des Inuits, des Cris et des Naskapis
. Les trois dernieres Nations voient leurs droits proteges par la Convention de la Baie-James et du Nord Quebecois (8) et par la Convention du
Indians of Labrador, Canada, traditionally lived on the coast during the summer months where they subsisted on cod.
, The Savage Hunters of the Labrador Penninsula.
While the normal size of the initial edition of a book is no more than 2,000 copies, the call for reprints is still rewarding--one book, Georg Henriksen's Hunters of the Barrens: The Naskapi
on the Edge of the White Man's World (1973), had reached 14 reprints by 2007, and approximately 15,000 copies have been sold.
"Predictors of educational attainment among Naskapi
adolescents." PhD diss., McGill University, 2007.
His colleague and follower Marie-Louise von Franz was very aware of this important relationship: Thus the major obligation of an individual Naskapi
is to follow the instructions given by his dreams, and then to give permanent form to their contents in art.
The New Testament is now available in the Naskapi
language, the fruit of 25 years of translation work by Silas Nabinicaboo, a lay reader of the aboriginal church in Kawawachikamach, diocese of Quebec, and Bill Jancewicz, an American translator associated with the Wycliffe Bible Translators.
In the American chapter, Matthews discusses, in varying degrees of depth, the Naskapi
of Quebec and Labrador, the Powhatans of Virginia, the Cherokee, the Aztecs, and the Incas.
Thus, although the James Bay Cree settled the first contemporary land claim in 1975, it directly affected the lives of only the Cree and Naskapi
in northern Quebec.
In his book Hunters in the Barrens: The Naskapi
on the Edge of the White Man's World, published in 1975, the author contrasts the traditional Innu hunting pattern with the way they lived after being moved to coastal settlements.
For example, the Christian Cross, the Beothuk and Naskapi
omamentation, the outline of the maple leaf in the centre of the flag, a triumphant figure and our place in the space age.
Over the years, Inuit and Naskapi
hunters have reported a wide range of equipment on the sites, including cans of food, modular laboratories, heavy machinery and equipment for the storage and transportation of oil products.