This resources contains over 700 images and illustrations from the Mi’kmaq community. I was first torn to include it in my weblog as a resource because the initiative was not created and controlled by the Aboriginal community. I do however find a lot of the images to be powerful and interesting therefore I decided to include them within the module. The archival information I believe, presents a visual element in a culture that is rooted greatly in oral tradition. The visual component and resources, could be used within the classroom as an activity to have students (both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal) create narrative to encompass each of the diagrams. I it useful that the dates were included therefore students would be able to create the narrative based on the approximate historical background. Furthermore, some of the illustrations could be used to initiate classroom discussion on colonization and the roots of Western stereotypical attitudes.