Les Hurons préfèrent utiliser le terme Wendat pour se désigner. Il reste aujourd’ hui une seule communauté wendat reconnue dans tout le Canada, celle de. Site de la Nation huronne-wendat. Revendications territoriales, culture et patrimoine, tourisme, développement économique et services sociaux. Les Mosaicultures du Peuple Wendat. 3 Reviews. #8 of 8 things to do in Wendake · Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Biking Trails. Corridor des Cheminots et.

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The mission has since been reconstructed as Sainte-Marie among the Huronsa living museum that is adjacent to the Martyrs’ Shrine.

Hunting knives were essential, especially when moose hunting, which the Huron-Wendat did more of after they moved from Huronia to Lorette in Inwednat two groups finally agreed to preserve the cemetery in Kansas City for religious, cultural and other uses appropriate to its sacred history and use.

In the second half of the 19th century, fans were very much in demand, and all the Northeastern Aboriginal groups made them as souvenir items.

The Huron-Wendat Craft Industry from the 19th Century to Today

Women lock themselves in the woods inside aendat hut to keep pregnancy localized; traditionally only mothers and grandmothers see the women during labor to see how she is doing. A knife sheath was very useful when hunting and trapping in the woods.

About half [20] to two-thirds of the population died in the epidemics, [19] decreasing the population to about 12, The Mantle Site had more than 70 multi-family longhouses. Get quick answers from Les Mosaicultures du Peuple Wendat staff and past visitors. The materials used to make snowshoes have evolved, and the traditional wooden variety is becoming more and more rare.


The majority felt they were too deeply committed and hoped eventually for French military aid. They were located in Kansas, Nebraska, and unspecified sites. The peoples of North America had no acquired immunity to these diseases and suffered very high mortality rates.

But their crops and the game and fish they caught were often not enough to feed the many people in the community. This epaulet was made in the early 19th century. Such moccasins could be purchased in Wendake. Retrieved April 30, The Huron-Wendat travelled to Quebec City to sell these souvenirs and to buy food and materials needed for their work.


The Kansas correspondent of the Missouri Republican reported that the judges of the election were three elders who were trusted by their peers.

An October article in The New York Times reported that the Wyandot were free that is, they had been accepted as US citizens and without the restrictions placed on other tribes. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.

Moose hunting became a way of life, part of their culture. This type of epaulet was used mainly to embellish frock coats worn by men. This type of small goblet or cup, wendst from the burl of a tree, was very useful when out on the land. This type of case was made and carefully embroidered by Huron-Wendat women, specialists in moosehair embroidery in the 19 century.

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Children at young ages are integrated into society evenly. This type of small bag was sold wenat the village of Wendake as well as in Quebec City, where Huron-Wendat women travelled to sell the baskets and other craft works that they produced.


However, some women from the community were also familiar with the technique of lacing eendat snowshoes. Throughout the 19th century, Huron-Wendat women played a major role in the fashioning of attractive objects intended for sale to visitors who wanted a reminder of their trip to Lorette. No woman’s sewing basket could be considered complete without a pincushion.

The Huron-Wendat language is part of the Iroquoian linguistic family.

Les arts wendats au service de la diplomatie et – Recherches amérindiennes au Québec – Érudit

After spending the bitter winter of —50 on the island, surviving Huron relocated near Quebec Citywhere they settled at Wendake. In the United States had forced the tribe to sell their Ohio lands for less-than-fair value.

During the Victorian era, finely crafted objects like this fan were worn as accessories by women of privilege who wanted to appear “well turned out. Boyden, The Orenda Reviewed September 28, The Iroquois sold beaded objects in their villages and in nearby tourist attractions, the most famous of which was Niagara Falls. And the thunder and lightning of his [Champlain’s] arquebus echoed for years.