Northwest Region – ‘Ask an Elder’

allnationsmustuniteThere are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

Sub-Arctic Region ‘Ask an Elder’

There are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

Arctic Region ‘Ask an Elder’

There are many questions that only the Elders can answer.  This blog post is designed to provide a means for Elders to answer. The blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please feel free to comment with your questions directed to that elders in this area.

Overtime, this blog will be promoted to the Elders in this Region.

Thanks for your participation.

 

“Ask an Elder” – Which Nation?

There are hundreds of First Nations and thousands of families( clans, houses, wilps)  all over Native America.

Please feel free to comment with which Nation you would like to ‘Ask an Elder’ a question. (examples: Cree, Blackfoot, Sioux …)

I will establish a Blog and an informative page dedicated to that particular Nation. I will then populate the blogs with the Q&A provided in the comments, for future viewers to read.

Participation is key …

 

Iroquois-Haudenosaunee “Ask an Elder”

“Ask an Elder”

There are many questions and few elders. This blog will be populated with your Q&A found in the comments.

Please comment with your questions and we’ll promote this blog to the Iroquois elders who may have the answers that you seek.