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The Historical Natives is a horror-themed podcast that covers Native American history, culture, language, and folklore. Founded by a sibling duo wanting to learn more about their culture, they create digital art and short stories to accompany their researched information. For more information please visit our website: https://www.thehistoricalnatives.ca/
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The Historical Natives Mackenzie Taylor & Josef Stafford

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The Historical Natives is a horror-themed podcast that covers Native American history, culture, language, and folklore. Founded by a sibling duo wanting to learn more about their culture, they create digital art and short stories to accompany their researched information. For more information please visit our website: https://www.thehistoricalnatives.ca/
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    M'kmaq | Sabawaelnu | The Last Storm

    M'kmaq | Sabawaelnu | The Last Storm

     In this episode, we talk a little bit about the Mi'kmaq's history,  their language, and like always, we'll dive into what and who the Sabawealnu are.  This week's story is The Last Storm (viewer discretion is advised).

    If you have any information on The Sabawaelnu, that you would like to share, please feel free to contact either by email or social media. 


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    If you would like to donate to support the Sipekne’katik in exercising their inherent rights, information on how to do so can be found at sipeknekatik.ca/moderate-living-fishery-fleet

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    • 28 min
    The Cree Nation | The Mannegishi | Camping in The Sticks

    The Cree Nation | The Mannegishi | Camping in The Sticks

    Hi guys and welcome back for season 2! It has been quiet the journey, and we thank you all for your patience and support. In this episode, we talk a little bit about the Cree's history,  their language, and like always, we'll dive into what and who the Mannegishi are.  This week's story is Camping in The Sticks (viewer discretion is advised, there are a few cuss words, and mention of a nasty fall).  Follow along as three friends endure a bumpy start to their long awaited camping trip. 

    If you have any information on The Mannegishi that you would like to share, please feel free to contact either by email or social media. We hope you have a great rest of your weekend and stay spooky!


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    • 36 min
    Coast Salish Peoples | Stick Indians | Forks

    Coast Salish Peoples | Stick Indians | Forks

    Today we are talking about the Stick Indians, from the Coast Salish peoples. Like always, we will start with discussing who they are, a little bit about their history, and some current events. Then we will dive into the creature, along with giving you a short story written by Josef
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    • 29 min
    Pine Ridge Reservation | Walking Sam | The Gravel Path

    Pine Ridge Reservation | Walking Sam | The Gravel Path

    Today we are talking about Walking Sam, also known as The Tall Man, from the South Dakota, Sioux, but more specifically, the Pine Ridge Reserve. Like always, we will start with discussing who they are.



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    • 25 min
    Lakota (Sioux) | Sharp-Elbows | The Orphanage

    Lakota (Sioux) | Sharp-Elbows | The Orphanage

    Follow along, as we dive into whom the Lakota peoples are, and we also talk about the Grattan Massacre, in 1854. Then we go into what the Sharp-Elbows is and finish with our short story, Orphanage written by Josef R. Stafford. 

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    • 35 min
    The Algonquin | The Wendigo | Dead Silent

    The Algonquin | The Wendigo | Dead Silent

    We are talking about The Wendigo, from the Algonquin people. To start, we will discuss who they are. Then we will dive into the creature, along with giving you a short story written by our own Josef Stafford. 
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    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

i❤️android ,

More please

I love your learning from you two. I hope you guys do more episodes.

lil wasageesaw ,

How scripted there voices are

There voices are very scripted but I do like learning about my culture in a fun storytelling way

Montaignard ,

Excellent podcast!

I look forward to every new one. I love the perspective and their coverage!

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