Experience Woodland

Hodinohsho:ni Governance

Participants will be introduced to the history of the Hodinohsho:ni people beginning with the Peacemakers Story- the creation of the Hodinohsho:ni Confederacy. Participants will learn about the Hodinohsho:ni people prior to and after European contact and colonization. Topics covered include the Hodinohsho:ni system of governance, use of wapum, the royal proclamation, the Haldimand Proclamation, the Indian Act and how these conflicted with the traditional Hodinohsho:ni Governance structure.

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