This label is being used to correct historical mistakes or exclusions pertaining to this material. Elehtasik means ‘how it is done’. When using anything that has this Label, please use the correct attribution. This may include individual Passamaquoddy names, it may include Passamaquoddy as the correct cultural affiliation or it may include Passamaquoddy Tribe as the tribal designation. For further advice please contact: Donald Soctomah (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This label is being used to indicate that this material traditionally and usually is heard and/or utilized at a particular time of year and in response to specific seasonal changes and conditions. For instance, many important ceremonies are held at very specific times of the year. This label is being used to indicate sophisticated relationships between land and knowledge creation. It is also being used to highlight the relationships between recorded material and the specific contexts where it derives, especially the interconnected and embodied teachings that it conveys.
This Label indicates that certain material has been identified by Passamaquoddy tribal members and can be used and shared for educational purposes. Ekehkimkewey means ‘educational’. The Passamaquoddy Tribe are a present day community who retains cultural authority over its heritage. This Label is being used to teach and share cultural knowledge and histories in schools. It is also being used to raise greater awareness and respect for Passamaquoddy culture and worldviews. If you want further advice about using any material that has this Label, please contact: Donald Soctomah (email@example.com)