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  1. Dene were the first people to settle in what is now the Northwest Territories. (Web site)
  2. The Dene is a landscaped area of Central Park stretching from the 66th Street to the 72nd Street on the East Side.
  3. Dene are spread through a wide region. (Web site)
  4. Dene are people of several cultures who were born to the lands that they have occupied and used since time immemorial.
  5. The Dene are a group of First Nations that live in the Arctic regions of Canada. (Web site)


  1. The combined influence of the Dene Nation, the Berger Inquiry and ordinary Canadians helped stop the original Mackenzie Valley pipeline. (Web site)
  2. The workshop was held in a traditional Dene camp along the shores of the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River) in the Canadian North. (Web site)
  3. The History The ancestors of the Dene Indian people lived along the Mackenzie Valley in the NWT 10 000 years ago.


  1. Blondin quotes Dene elders who speak of the power of the land for spiritual fulfillment.
  2. The primary objective of TEK research is to document the knowledge of surviving elders for both cultural preservation and use by younger Dene. (Web site)


  1. They were historically located at Little Duck Lake, and known as the "Duck Lake Dene". (Web site)
  2. For the electoral ward in the United Kingdom, see Dene, Newcastle upon Tyne.
  3. The Dogrib language is not spoken anywhere else in Canada, and it is the strongest Dene dialect in the Northwest Territories. (Web site)
  4. An agreement was reached with the Delta Dene (Gwich'in) in 1992, and with the Sahtu Dene and Métis in 1994.
  5. The Canadian Census indicates 2,285 Dogrib speakers, to which would have to be added a portion of the 10,585 who are reported as Dene speakers. (Web site)


  1. Na-Dene Din---- (4) Sources open directory project Help build the largest human-edited directory on the web.
  2. Haida , with 15 fluent speakers (M. Krauss, 1995), was once considered a member of Na-Dene, but most linguists dispute this today.


  1. Ahtna or Ahtena is the Na-Dene language of the Ahtna ethnic group of the Copper River area of Alaska. (Web site)
  2. Dene or Dine is a widely distributed group of Native languages and peoples spoken in Canada, Alaska, and parts of Oregon and northern California. (Web site)


  1. Na-Den- or Na-Dene is a Native American language family which includes the Athabaskan languages, Eyak, and Tlingit.
  2. The Yinka Dene Language Institute (YDLI) is charged with the maintenance and promotion of Carrier language and culture. (Web site)
  3. Na-Dene is Native American language family which includes the Athabascan languages, Eyak, and Tlingit. (Web site)


  1. The people of Buffalo River Dene Nation were removed from their traditional territory in 1952, purportedly to establish the Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range. (Web site)
  2. These discussions involve three parties: the Akaitcho Dene First Nations, the Government of Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories.
  3. In the Northwest Territories, numerous government programs and policies have been designed to compensate the Dene for their cultural and material losses.


  1. The Chipewyan are a Dene Aboriginal people in Canada, whose ancestors were the Taltheilei. (Web site)
  2. Historically the Chipewyan were somewhat allied to the southerly Cree and warred against Inuit and Dene peoples to the north of their lands.
  3. The Sayisi Dene of northern Manitoba are a Chipewyan band notable for hunting migratory caribou. (Web site)


  1. Dene or Dine is a widely distributed group of Native languages and peoples spoken in Canada, Alaska, and parts of Oregon and northern California. (Web site)
  2. Dene, Inuvialuit and M-tis peoples make up 48 percent, the non-Aboriginal population about 52 percent.


  1. Chipewyan speak the Dene Suline language, of the Athabaskan linguistic group. (Web site)
  2. Stewart claims that Athabaskan and other "Na-Dene" speaking people were living in Central Asia when the Mongols conquered the Hsi Hsia empire in 1233. (Web site)


  1. Dene Suline is spoken by those First Nations members whose name for themselves is a cognate of the word Dene ("people"): Den--solin-- (or D--nes----in--). (Web site)
  2. The Dene ( Den--) are an aboriginal group of First Nations that live primarily in the Arctic regions of Canada.


  1. One might assume from these preliminary observations, that Dene traditional knowledge is more utilitarian than esoteric in function. (Web site)
  2. The Thai group took a much broader, holistic interpretation of traditional knowledge than did the Dene or the Marovo Lagoon researchers. (Web site)
  3. Develop appropriate methods to disseminate traditional knowledge to Dene communities, scholarly and professional communities, and the general public. (Web site)
  4. The community of Fort Good Hope put on a show of hospitality that left our international guests with a true taste of traditional and modern Dene culture. (Web site)


  1. Blondin is deeply concerned by what he sees as the loss of cultural values, self-respect and well-being well of young Dene.
  2. Three community researchers were selected by the Band Council in consultation with the Dene Cultural Institute. (Web site)
  3. The Committee would be composed of representatives from the community identified by the Band Council and a representative of the Dene Cultural Institute. (Web site)


  1. The traditional environmental knowledge of the Dene combines ecology and ideology in a harmonious relationship. (Web site)
  2. For the traditional Dene, ideology is a fundamental element of subsistence, as important as practical empirical knowledge and appropriate technology. (Web site)


  1. The Canadian television series North_of_60 took place among a Dene community. (Web site)
  2. The Dene conceptualize animals as social beings who communicate among themselves and understand human behaviour and language. (Web site)


  1. Human qualities are often attributed to animals in many Dene legends. (Web site)
  2. Blondin-s work, Yamoria the Lawmaker: Stories of the Dene is a collection of Dene stories and legends.


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