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Glass paintings from Senegal depict scenes of play, with descriptions of the cultural practices illustrated
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée de la Femme "Henriette Bathily", Senegal
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Objects Made from Traditional Materials by Plains Peoples
Collection: Bone Snow Knives and Tin Oil Lamps: Objects Made by Canada’s First Nations with Traditional Materials
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
In this critical challenge, students learn that many fields and techniques are used collaboratively by forensic scientists when they investigate suspicious events.
Collection: Investigating Forensics
Creator: SFU Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
A short history of the samurai class in Japan spanning six centuries from 1185 until the Meiji restoration in 1868.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Samurai – Warrior Class of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
The Innu traditionally clothed them selves in caribou skin. Caribou skin coats were often beautifully decorated and provided warm protection from bitter northerly winds.
Collection: Innu Objects
Creator: The Rooms
The influx of immigration to Newfoundland presented the need for a Roman Catholic Cathedral to be built.
Collection: History of the Basilica - From Cornerstone to Consecration
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Innikueu (doll) were traditionally made by Innu for their children to use as toys. “Tea dolls” stored tea that could be used if a family’s main tea supply ran out.
Collection: Innu Objects
Creator: The Rooms
Noh is a type of play both performed and enjoyed by the samurai with whom it was very popular as the themes often reflected samurai history.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Samurai – Warrior Class of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Haida Canoes uses and fabrication in the contemporary world.
Collection: Haida People: Art
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Students will read texts written by authors from the Lake Saint-Pierre region in order to explore their sources of inspiration and compare their different writing styles.
Collection: Human Activities in the Lake Saint-Pierre Region-Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Creator: Biophare
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