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Publication date: 10/1/2004
Chapter One: Introduction Identifies and distinguishes among the three religious groups among the Mirsquo;kmaq: Traditionalists, Catholics, and Catholic-Traditionalists. Chapter Two: The Mirsquo;kmaq: An Ethnohistorical Overview Illustrates various ways in which the Mirsquo;kmaq have been, and continue to be, culturally, religiously, economically and socially marginalized. Chapter Three: ldquo;Tarsquo;n Ninen Telorsquo;ltiekrdquo; (ldquo;The Way We Arerdquo;): Mirsquo;kmaw Lifeworlds Offers a number of perspectives on the Mirsquo;kmaw ethos as it is understood by devotees of Catholicism, Catholic-Traditionalism and non-Catholic religious orientations. Chapter Four: Alasutmuorsquo;kuomk (ldquo;At The Wigwam Where We Prayrdquo;): The Church Centers on Mirsquo;kmaw perceptions of the Catholic Church and the role of the Church within Mirsquo;kmaw society. Chapter Five: Sersquo;ttarsquo;newimk: The Mirsquo;kmaw Annual Pilgrimage to Potlotek Illustrates the significance of St. Anne, Sersquo;ttarsquo;newimk (St. Annersquo;s Mission) and Potlotek for the Mirsquo;kmaw people. Chapter Six: ldquo;We Are Born To Dierdquo;: Death, Illness And Grieving In Eskasoni Explores approaches to death and dying in Eskasoni and other Mirsquo;kmaw communities with specific emphasis on the salite funeral feast as central features of local Mirsquo;kmaw funerary practice. Chapter Seven: Mirsquo;kmaw Religion and Identity Discusses Neo-Traditionalism as a religious choice and the diverse responses to that choice within the Mirsquo;kmaw community. Chapter Eight: Conclusions Outlines the main arguments and thesis of the book. Glossary - Mirsquo;kmaw terms and English glossary References Index