Indigenous Storyteller Showcase

Trudy Wesley

Book Title: Ne Îethka Makochî Chach (This is Our Home) by Mînî Thnî (Cold Water), Trudy Wesley and Illustrated by Tanisha Wesley. Translation by Duane Mark in the Îethka language of the Stoney Nakoda People

About the Book

Ne Îethka Makochî Chach is a Stoney Nakoda story of the people and animals who live in the foothills and mountains of southern Alberta.

About the Author

Mînî Thnî is a member of the Stoney Nakoda Nation from Morley, Alberta. She is the sixth generation of the holy medicine man, Chief Hector Crawler. Her name was given to her by late great-grandfather, George Crawler. Her great-great-great-grandfather was among the Chiefs who signed Treaty 7 in 1877. She enjoys reading, beading, and spending time with her family.

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