First Peoples


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First Peoples

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(Peoples) Canadian a collective term for the Native Canadian peoples, the Inuit, and the Métis
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The Bertrams are undoubtedly some of the first people in this country.
The Beauforts had been among the first people in New York to own their own red velvet carpet and have it rolled down the steps by their own footmen, under their own awning, instead of hiring it with the supper and the ball-room chairs.
How the two poor relations ever reached London--whether they walked, or got behind coaches, or procured lifts in wagons, or carried each other by turns--is uncertain; but there they were, before Wardle; and the very first people that knocked at the door of Mr.
At first people said that Masilo, the stranger, had stabbed the king; then it was known that Mopo, the wise man, the doctor and the body-servant of the king, had slain the king, and that the two great bulls, his brothers Umhlangana and Dingaan, children of Senzangacona, had also lifted spears against him.
So he went to the royal palace, and as he entered the door the first people he saw were his two brothers who had so shamefully ill-treated him.
At first people refuse to believe that a strange new thing can be done, then they begin to hope it can be done, then they see it can be done--then it is done and all the world wonders why it was not done centuries ago.
The Federal Government needs to listen to the views of the National Congress of Australias First People who stated in the Redfern Statement that self-determination is the key to closing the gap in outcomes for the First Peoples
It was produced by First Peoples Worldwide, an organization founded by Indigenous economist Rebecca Adamson.
I begin this article paying my respect to elders past, present, and emerging of these First Peoples, and I express sorrow at the transgenerational failure of Australian schools to enact a curriculum that is inclusive of First Peoples' narratives, that is culturally appropriate, and that meets the diverse learning needs of First Peoples students.
Journey to the Heart of the First Peoples Collections
As Em struggles to be a leader, to be strong, she faces worries about a deadly disease--"The Bleed"--and a rogue band of First Peoples that is hunting Matisa, as well as troubles with her boyfriend, Kane, and the dream visions of the future that she does not yet understand.
For centuries, it has been assumed Britain's first peoples lives a brutal, handto-mouth existence as hunter-gatherers, but fresh evidence as emerged that has forced scientists and anthropologist to reassess their impressions of who these people were.