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An Indigenous Perspective on Reconnecting With the Land ...
By Michiel Curfs - October 23, 2022
When I think of my mishomis, I think about the land. He was born in 1900 in Sagamok on the Toulouse Bay of Lake Huron and did not attend any school. He worked as a hunter, trapper, fisher, and translator. He was fluent in French, English, and Ojibwe, his father having worked for the Hudson Bay Company. At that time, Indigenous people were looked to and sought after for their knowledge of natural resources. My family knew the land and the water, which was how we survived, even after colonization.

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