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New window opens with - Tracadie Spear Point/ Pointe de lance de Tracadie
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First Nations people (Maliseet, Mi’kmaq and Passamaquoddy) that live in Wabanahkik teach us that this continent was the first landmass to rise from the waters that once covered the Earth.

New window opens with - French Lake Petroglyph/ Pétroglyphe de French Lake
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Their creation stories, or histories, are an important source of knowledge about the past, as is the knowledge gained from geology and archaeology.

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Oral traditions show us that First Nations’ ancestors knew about their environment and landscape, which they shared with giant animals that roamed the earth.

New window opens with - Kingsclear Spear Point/ Pointe de lance de Kingsclear
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Archaeology reveals to us over 11,000 years of First Nation history in what is now called New Brunswick.



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Click here to read the oral traditions of Koluskap and the Giant Beaver and How Koluskap Created Sugarloaf Mountain.



 
 
 
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