Ten things you should know about indigenous oral traditions

Ten things you should know about indigenous oral traditions

Oral traditions markedly retain Indigenous history by passing traditional, cultural, and social information from generation to generation. For indigenous communities and societies living in Canada, the creation of stories, affiliation to the native land, language, historical accounts, teachings, cultural stories, and ecological knowledge have been preserved by means of oral traditions and customs for centuries.

Well-known oral history associations in Canada

Well-known oral history associations in Canada

Understanding and interpreting the past is one of the fascinating things which are highly in demand. The oral history is very much in these days and words transmitted from the mouth are very much captivating. These recorded events are then stored and presented to the listeners. As the oral history is the word of mouth it means that the speaker is sharing the personal encounters with history.