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Ingonish Island, as my father told me, was an important place because it had quarries for stone to make arrow and spearheads that were traded widely. The homestead was expropriated when the Cape Breton Highlands National Park was created.The Mi’kmaq name was for Ingonish was “Kegannagwetch”. (Patterson 1978, 179-180) The French had a small fort on Ingonish Island, manned by a junior officer and a few men.In 1744 he fought the British at Canso and at the defense of Louisbourg in 1745.He lost his fortune in the raids by the New Englanders and had to start again, (the villagers of Ingonish, white, Métis and Mi’kmaq lost much more): Sa propriété avait été entièrement détruite par « des flibustiers françois et sauvages » pendant que l’île Royale était aux mains des Anglais, et il commença à la reconstruire sur des bases plus modestes.(Cape Breton), the homeland of my father and his fathers before him.
This large site was occupied by Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Indian people.
The type of racist incident from my teenage years would not have been out-of-place in the Leslieville of a hundred years ago or even 32 years ago when I first moved to Leslieville.
I wish that I could say that this was an isolated incident. In rural Ontario fifty years ago the brown, the beige and the off-white were expected to know their place and their place was not a good place to be.
It sits on Cabot Trail under the watchful gaze of Smokey, a series of villages like jewels on a necklace.
It is believed that we are the descendants of Jean-Baptiste Doucet (1717-1792) who was among the in fur trade terms, were those who guided the fur trade canoes up the great rivers and across the great bays in brigades of many canoes. At the time, people of mixed descent were called the Mi’kmaq say.