Nation to Nation Treaty Relationships in Era of Reconciliation at Killarney Provincial Park

Please join Josh Manitowabi in the Killarney Provincial Park Amphitheater for an evening presentation: Nation to Nation Treaty Relationships in an Era of Reconciliation.

*This event is free with park admission.

In this presentation Josh will give an overview of his current graduate research, as he further develops his own perspectives about fostering Anishinabe cultural resurgence through the revitalization of Anishinabe oral histories. Josh shares the story of his own journey as an Anishinaabe child, growing up in Wikwemikong territory, developing cultural pride and identity through the study of Indigenous colonial-era history. Josh will provide an introduction on two Wampum Belts, which are significant to the foundational relationship of treaties between the Anishinabek and the British Crown as well as elaborate on how the 1836 Bond Head Treaty, 1850 Robinson Huron Treaty, and the 1862 McDougall Treaty came into existence.

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