Folklore, mythes et légendes

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Inuit Stories of Being and Rebirth

Ujarak, Iqallijuq, and Kupaaq were elders from the Inuit community on Igloolik Island in Nunavut. The three elders, among others, shared with Bernard Saladin d’Anglure the narratives which make up the ...

I Will Fear No Evil

The history of Christian missions in Canada has traditionally been told only from the point of view of the missionaries, and not those they were attempting to convert. In "I Will Fear No Evil", Susan ...

Native Ghost Stories

Native folklore and mythology from cultures thousands of years old is rich with mystery and wisdom, and spiritually sacred stories echo through the centuries in the lives of Indigenous North Americans. ...

Ghosts of the World

Ghosts, it seems, are everywhere, even in corners of the world where you’d least expect them. In this fascinating new collection, ghost story expert Susan Smitten leaves no stone unturned in her quest ...

Paddling to Where I Stand

The first-ever biography written about a woman of the Northwest Coast’s Kwakwakawakw people, Paddling to Where I Stand presents the memoirs of Agnes Alfred (c. 1890-1992), a non-literate noble Qwiqwasutinuxw ...

Fireside Ghost Stories

Par (auteur) A.S. Mott
Édité par Shelagh Kubish
Catégories: Phénomènes inexpliqués et paranormaux
Séries: Ghost Stories

Sit around the fire and share the scary and sometimes heartwarming stories of this collection. Whether read alone or shared with others, these dramatized tales are sure to send a chill up your spine… ...

Tracking Doctor Lonecloud

Tracking Dr. Lonecloud: Showman to Legend Keeper, by Ruth Whitehead, Nova Scotia Museum ethnologist, is a book that includes the memoir of Jerry Lonecloud, a Mi’kmaw hunter, healer, and showman. Co-published ...