Traditional Land Use
Paul First Nation conducted interviews, recorded oral history, and
testimony from the elders and custodians of knowledge, compiling
invaluable data and information for a virtual library of the history of
the people, its traditional customs and practices, and the significant
areas of interest. This initiative also included mapping, landmarks,
trap-lines, and spiritual and ceremonial sites, common to our people.
Video Presentation from You TubeLets
look at a similar stories from other parts of Indian country that seem
to relate to the way we are today. This story is not part of the Pauls
First Nation but it is relateful in the way it is expressed.
Taku: Our Land is Our Future