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For each book sold, $5.00 goes to the Kina8at Organization to help support our mission: 

  • Enable cultural reconnection among First Nations
  • Promote the sharing of indigenous cultures with all

  • In the spirit of Reconciliation and with respect for the Terre-Maman


Memories and Hopes of an Algonquin Hereditary Chief


Born on the banks of the majestic Harricana River, in Abitibi, the young Dominique Rankin was destined to succeed his father as hereditary chief and medicine man, but the invasion of Aboriginal territories by whites and forced integration in their society radically changes the course of its existence.

Torn from his parents and his culture, he grew up in the boarding school of the little Savages before finding freedom, his people and his origins. Formerly great chief of the Algonquin nation, he opens today the book of his memories, the brightest as well as the darkest, and offers a vibrant testimony on respect, forgiveness and healing that will make you discover a people with a tradition millennium.

They called us savages - IN STOCK

SKU: 9782890448162
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