Doc Zone | Season 2011-2012, Episode 1 | Dec 7, 2011 | 7:58

Preserving a way of life among the James Bay Cree

Danielle Mukash is an Abenaki from Odanak in Quebec. She has lived among the James Bay Cree since she married in the 1970's Mathew Mukash, a former Grand Chief of the James Bay Cree.

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