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Click here to open Object VR.
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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.
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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.
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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.