The Earth Speaks
Shana G. St-Onge. Utshekatakuss Vollant Blacksmith
September 20, 2017
Uashat mak Mani-Utenam
Shana G. St-Onge loves archaeology. She conducts excavations near the Old Trading Post, a traditional place for exchanges between Indigenous people and Non-Natives. Just like she was taught, she delineated a square of land. With her small broom, she carefully removes layers of soil, like so many layers of history. She writes her discoveries in a notebook: quartz, pearls, pipe pieces, gunflint, forged nails... Shana loves what she does. She has nothing to prove. The Earth speaks for history.
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