Journey of Knowledge - Part 2
The arrival of Europeans and Indigenous peoples' relationships – How was the relationship: friendly or not friendly?
- Notable Non-Indigenous authors:
- "The Works of Samuel de Champlain" (book)
- "Wendake Ehen"; or, Old Huronia (book)
Other recommended resources:
- "Indexes to Petun-Wyandot References in The Jesuit Relations." Visit wyandot.org.
- "Peter York" (document about local Settler-Indigenous relationships).
This Journey of Knowledge is provided to help you discover material gathered in the Indigenous History and Culture online exhibit curated by the Craigleith Heritage Depot and The Blue Mountains Public Library. Please follow links and locations shared to resources in the Indigenous History and Culture online exhibit. There, you may discover other fascinating material as well!
Discover resources connected to the history of Indigenous peoples in the Town of The Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada, including histories about settler-Indigenous relationships. Visitors are encouraged to read the "Read First Document" located in the Journey of Knowledge Collection.
Find the Journey of Knowledge collection in the Indigenous History and Culture exhibit.
The First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples of Canada are recognized as the traditional stewards of the land. The municipality of The Town of The Blue Mountains is located within the boundary of Treaty 18 region of 1818 which is the traditional land of the Anishnaabek, Haudenosaunee and Wendat-Wyandot-Wyandotte peoples.
For more information, please contact the Craigleith Heritage Depot; a museum, archives, and branch of the Blue Mountains Public Library located in the Town of The Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada.