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Wendat

Wy·an·dot also Wy·an·dotte (w n-d t ). n. pl.

Wendat is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Wendat books and related discussion.

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Wendat Keyboard Layout
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2 Call for Papers Wendat and Wyandot Studies Conference
Project Yawenda, the Huron-Wendat Nation and the Yawendowänenh Society are The theme of the congress will be: “Wendat and Wyandot Continuities”.
(For the “What's Happening at Wendat” page on the web)
Wendat plans to build affordable housing for seniors with care needs. There is no denying it – we are all growing older.
The Wendat lived in harmony with their envi- ronment. Everything
made from the natural things that they found in their environment.
Huron/Wendat words of De Religione, when voiced, would have

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#1 with the bullets
The seventh annual Boston Pizza Wendat Charity Golf Tournament, held on June 27th, was the most successful to date. 130 golfers, 82 sponsorships, 1 great corporate citizen --Boston Pizza --and a total of $22537 was raised for Wendat Community Programs.
Support for Wendat stacks up
Leveau comes full Cirque
AANDC e-Bulletin #13, August 2011
On June 30, Minister Duncan and Konrad Sioui, Grand Chief of the Huron-Wendat Nation, confirmed the establishment of a discussion table on the Anglo-Huron Treaty of 1860 and signed a memorandum of understanding regarding this initiative.
Les chants wendat maintenant immortels
Les chants traditionnels sociaux du peuple wendat sont maintenant immortels. Les solistes Andrée Levesque Sioui et Akienda Lainé ont enregistré une berceuse ainsi que des chants de danse, une dizaine au total.

Suggested Web Resources

Wyandot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wyandot. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
Huron-Wendat Nation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wendat Dialects and the Development of the Huron
Historical linguistic treatment by John Steckley of Humber College.
Daily Life: Clothing - Wendat (Huron) - Explore the Communities
Jan 13, 2005 Wendat men wore loincloths made from deer or beaver skin.
Hurons/Wyandots/Wendat
The real name of the confederacy was Wendat ("Islanders" or "Dwellers on a Peninsula") The Huron-Wendat language is part of the Iroquoian linguistic group.

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