Stage 4 - Legacy of the Landscape - First Nations Perspectives Stage 4
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 FN 4-00 Tour Overview - Legacy of the Landscape

Welcome to Stage Four of the Laura Secord Legacy Trail. Stage four runs from here at Rodman Hall, to Rotary Park, for a distance of about 4 and a half kilometres, or approximately one and a quarter hours, for the average walker. On Stage 4, we will contin+

 FN 4-01 Stage Four of the LSLT starts right here at the entrance to the Walker Botanical Garden

Stage Four of the LSLT starts right here at the entrance to the Walker Botanical Garden.+

 FN 4-04 Water Blessing Santee Smith

As you travel along the shoreline of the Twelve Mile Creek, Santee Smith, a Mohawk from the Six Nations of the Grand River, will share her knowledge of the land, water and its medicines. +

 FN 4-06 Thanksgiving Address

Even if you don"t understand the Mohawk language, listen to the cadence and implicit spirituality of this touching Mohawk prayer, spoken by Frank Miller.+

 FN 4-10 Role of Native Women

Rick Hill describes the important central role that First Nations women played in Native societies. +

 FN 4-12 Importance of Aquatic Life to First Nations Peoples

Larry McDermott describe the important role that trout, salmon, and American Eels played in the diet and culture of First Nations peoples.+

 FN 4-15 Entering Rotary Park

At the top of the hill, you will emerge from the pine stand and into Rotary Park. Turn left and follow the pathway to the circular stone structure bearing the big yellow and blue Rotary International monument.+

 FN 4-16 Passing Rotary Logo

At this point, you should be right beside the large circular stone structure bearing the big yellow and blue Rotary International monument.+

 FN 4-18 Niagara Escarpment and Its Cultural Significance

Maja Bannerman (as Laura Secord) and Santee Smith talk about the cultural importance of the Niagara Escarpment landscape.+