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Ahkwatsire Tsi Nahe Wahonise Yaken


This post contains my family line going back to my great grandparents on both parents sides. It is written in Kanyen'keha out of respect for the ancestors that have come before me.


It is up to every one of us to keep our languages, cultures, and traditions alive. Knowing your ancestors and where you came from helps give you the strength to continue the work.


Sha’tekayen:ton yonkya’ts, wakenyahten niwaki’taro:ten

Tyokayen yontatya’ts ne ake’nihstenha nek ne Thohahoken ronwaya’ts rakeniha tahnon rohskerewake.

Edith Elaine & Vernon Austin Brant

Edith Elaine yontatya’tskwe ne aksotha kenha tahnon akonihtsenhakwe ne akenihstenha.


Vernon Austin ronwaya’tskwe ne raksotha kenha tahnon shakonihakwe ne akenihstenha.


Ethel yontatya’skwe ne aksotha kenha nek ne akonihstenhakwe ne Edith Elaine kenha tahnon akosothakwe ake’nihstenha.


Hugh ronwaya’tskwe ne raksotha kenha nek ne Edith Elaine shakonihakwe tahnon shakosothakwe akenihstenha


Sarah Sadie yontatya’tskwe aksotha kenha nek ne ronihstenhakwe Vernon Austin kenha tahnon akosotha ne akenihstenha.


Lazarus ronwaya’tskwe Brant tehosennaserakwe raksotha kenha nek ne ronihakwe Vernon Austin Kenha tahnon shakosotha ne akenihstenha.

Katsitsiase yontatya’ts ne aksotha tahnon akonihstenha ne rakeniha


John “Jack” ronwaya’tskwe Hill tehosennaserakwe raksotha kenha tahnon ronihakwe rakeniha


Anne yontatya’tskwe aksotha kenha nek ne akonihstenhakwe aksotha tahnon akonihstenha ne aksotha tahnon rosothakwe ne rakeniha.

shakonihakwe aksotha
Ross "Coon" Maracle; Raksotha kenha

Ross ronwaya’tskwe Maracle tehosennaserakwe raksotha kenha nek ne shakonihakwe aksotha Katsitsiase tahnon rosothakwe ne rakeniha.


Josephine yontatya’tskwe aksotha kenha nek ne ronihstenhakwe John “Jack” Hill kenha tahnon rosothakwe ne rakeniha.


Mike ronwaya’tskwe Sero tehosennaserakwe raksotha kenha nek ne ronihakwe John “Jack” Hill kenha tahnon rosothakwe rakeniha.






Mike & Josephine Sero
 

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