Indian Culture
When some people think of Indians, they also think of the Great Southwest. Indian  tribes inhabited most of North America and Canada long before the white  man arrived (their arrival being much to the Indian’s detriment I’m  afraid!). As one travels up Hwy 105 (part of the Trans-Canada Hwy, and  crosses over the bridge to Cape Breton Island, you will find this totem  pole symbolizing the Micmac Indian Culture who inhabitied this area.   The French called them “Sourigeois”, an important Algonquian tribe that  occupied Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Islands, the north  part of New Brunswick, and probably points in south and west  Newfoundland.

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Indian Culture

When some people think of Indians, they also think of the Great Southwest.
Indian tribes inhabited most of North America and Canada long before the white man arrived (their arrival being much to the Indian’s detriment I’m afraid!). As one travels up Hwy 105 (part of the Trans-Canada Hwy, and crosses over the bridge to Cape Breton Island, you will find this totem pole symbolizing the Micmac Indian Culture who inhabitied this area. The French called them “Sourigeois”, an important Algonquian tribe that occupied Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edward Islands, the north part of New Brunswick, and probably points in south and west Newfoundland.

by retrorocketrick

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