W'International: Alberta, Canada

Schedule:
        Fall 2005
        Smith Science Bldg
        Room 235
        Wingate University

Course Description:
First People of Canada: Life in the Cold

The First Peoples (aboriginal) of western Canada faced difficult lives as they tried to
survive in the cold, subarctic climate.  The Blackfoot Indians formed complex civilizations
of hunters in what is now modern-day Alberta.  Students will visit several museums
and interpretive centers dedicated to the culture of the Canadian First Nations.  They
will participate in some of the activities that enabled the aboriginal peoples and early
European immigrants to succeed in this harsh environment - dogsledding, ice fishing,
showshoeing, and ice canyon walking.  Warning: This trip will involve extensive physical
activity and exposure to subarctic climate during winter.

Instructor:
      Dr. Ed Mills
      226 Smith Science
      emills@wingate.edu




Course Materials:
     Syllabus - Fall 2005
     General Itinerary - Updated 11/30
     Packing Suggestions
     Mid-term Study Guide
     Final Exam Study Guide

     Final Exam - Download - After you complete study guide!





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