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|Title: ||Our homeland for the past, present and future: Akulliqpaaq Qamaniq (Aberdeen Lake) and Qamaniq Tugliqpaaq (Schultz Lake) landscapes described by Elder John Killulark|
|Authors: ||Hughson, Paula Kigjugalik|
|Supervisor: ||Manseau, Micheline (Natural Resources Institute)|
|Examining Committee: ||Riewe, Roderick (Biological Sciences) Simmons, Deborah (Native Studies) Webster, Sally Qimmui'naaq (Elder, Baker Lake)|
|Graduation Date: ||October 2010|
|Issue Date: ||9-Sep-2010|
|Abstract: ||In working with Elder John Killulark, this project aimed at documenting the history of the Amaruq and Kigjugalik families and his perspective of the Land around Akulliqpaaq Qamaniq (Aberdeen Lake) and Qamaniq Tugliqpaaq (Schultz Lake). The study area is on the west side of Hudson Bay, Nunavut, and has been used by the families for many generations. In sharing his thoughts about life prior to moving to the permanent settlement of Baker Lake. He then described the family’s homeland through stories, songs, and legends and by providing a detailed map of the area including more than 290 place names.
Our parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, and ancestors were once closely linked to the Land. The Land is important to Inuit and through this project, we can reflect on how old and new traditions are coming together to provide a bright future for Inuit.|
|Appears in Collections:||FGS - Electronic Theses & Dissertations (Public)|
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