• Moulting Moon Newsletter 2021

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  • Egg Laying Moon Newsletter 2021

    Click here to view the Six Seasons Egg Laying Moon Newsletter 2021

  • Frog Moon Newsletter 2021

    Click here to view the Six Seasons Frog Moon Newsletter 2021.

  • Amō’s Sapotawan

    Amō’s Sapotawan is the second book in the Six Seasons series written by Rocky Cree storyteller William Dumas and illustrated by Rhian Brynjolson. The book follows Amō, a Rocky Cree girl, as she decides what path to choose for her life. The book teaches readers about Rocky Cree culture in the 1600s. Set in the season of nīpin, summer, it has a focus on traditional pottery and fishing techniques among many other things.

    You can buy a copy of the book here: https://www.portageandmainpres...

  • Rocky Cree Notions of Time in the Six Seasons Project

    Six Seasons project manager Melanie Braith speaks at the "Relative Time/Little Time Speakers Series" organized by Mosaic, an interdisciplinary journal in collaboration with Bik Van der Pol. Her presentation focuses on how Rocky Cree notions of time determine the research for the Six Seasons project.

  • The Gift of the Little People

    William Dumas's The Gift of the Little People (beautifully illustrated by Rhian Brynjolson) is now available in bookstores and online. The book tells the story of a sickness that new visitors in mistiwāsahak brought into a Rocky Cree community and of hope that comes in form of a gift from the Little People.

  • Virtual archaeological site tours in the service of cultural heritage education

    In this presentation, Dr. Scott Hamilton, leader of the Six Seasons archeology team, and Chris McEvoy, member of the archeology team report on an ongoing experiment using consumer technology to develop virtual archaeological tours for distribution as a web resource. While specifically addressing work conducted to support heritage education programming at Lakehead University, the methods and application have direct relevance for similar heritage education programming in northern Manitoba. The two presenters from Lakehead University spoke at the Canadian Archaeological Association annual conference.

  • Unraveling Fabric-Impressed Pottery Through the Six Seasons of the Asiniskaw Īthiniwak Project

    “Unraveling Fabric-Impressed Pottery Through the Six Seasons of the Asiniskaw Īthiniwak Project: Interlinking Digital Models and Weaving Techniques as Ethnoarchaeology.” In this presentation, Six Seasons postdoc Dr. Taylor-Hollings shares the preliminary results of trying to learn more about fabric-impressed pottery and replicating the textiles that made them. This presentation was part of the first-ever virtual (but 53rd) Canadian Archaeological Association (CAA) annual meeting.

  • Goose Moon 2021 Newsletter

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  • Eagle Moon 2021 Newsletter

    Click here to view the Eagle Moon March 2021 newsletter.