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February 25th 2014: First Nations Caring for their Veterans of the War of 1812

Zig Misiak,, sees himself as a student of Native/First Nations history and culture. He speaks about his life, career and contact he’s had with veterans of wars. He explains his work studying First Nations history, how he got started with it, and who he speaks for in this work. He says why he does this work and describes the resources he uses. He discusses the War of 1812, the role of First Nations warriors, and what’s known about the deaths and injuries they sustained. He discusses what is known about the physical, spiritual and community-based care provided to First

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Zig Misiak

Zig Misiak,, still sees himself as a student of Native/First Nations history and culture. In addition to providing curriculum and related support to schools in Ontario and other parts of Canada, his mission is to familiarize, coach, present, and mentor all those interested in Native Nations. He’s very clear stating that he speaks about but not for the Native Nations and always takes in to account both oral and written information, when available, respecting both sources. His work includes President of Real People's History, First/Native Nations History/Culture, Chairman, War of 1812, Author, Six Nations Iroquois Program Teac
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