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L’influence des connaissances traditionnelles autochtones

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Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

Haida Forests: Trees Are Your Grandmothers
The Haida people are part of the Haida Gwaii ecosystem. They have a deep and permanent relationship with the forest and utilize many of the plants for objects of all kinds.
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Introduction
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Aboriginal Medical Knowledge
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An Aboriginal Legacy to North American Medicine
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Aboriginal Medical Instruments
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La Cuisinière Bourgeoise
Frontispiece of La Cuisinière Bourgeoise, an early 19th century Canadian manual
Written as a guide for those employed in the service of middle class households, this volume was one of the first in Canada to address the subject in a comprehensive manner. It includes information on basic foods such as meats, eggs and vegetables and provides extensive details on their preparation.

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Manuel Frontpiece

TX 719 M45 1825 REF

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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Domestic Manuals and Women as Mediators of Health
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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Title page of La Cuisinière Bourgeoise
"Title page of La Cuisinière Bourgeoise, an early 19th century Canadian manual
Written as a guide for those employed in the service of middle class households, this volume was one of the first in Canada to address the subject in a comprehensive manner. It includes information on basic foods such as meats, eggs and vegetables and provides extensive details on their preparation.

Menon
Manuel Title Page

TX 719 M45 1825 REF

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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Household Medicine
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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Household medicine chest
Household medicine chest
A medicine chest brought from Scotland to Canada in 1838 by George Malloch, Barrister, who later became Judge of the Leeds and Grenville County Courts, Canada.

Manufacturer unknown, likely Scotland
Medicine Chest

1954.3.1

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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Infant rattle and teething stick
Infant rattle and teething stick
Rattle and teething stick made of gold, silver and coral. Engraved with three sets of dates and initials: R.E.R.R. 1920, H.E.R.R 1874, H.R.R. 1800

Manufacturer unknown, likely England
Gold, Silver, Coral

AD441

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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Pharmacy jar
Pharmacy jar
Pharmacy jar

Manufacturer unknown, France


1998.9.2

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Learning Object: Medicine in New France
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Learning Objectives

F3.2 - analyser le rôle des plantes dans les cultures traditionnelles autochtones