) are the predominant Aboriginal peoples of Canada south of the Arctic.Those in the Arctic area are distinct and known as Inuit.The genealogy computers are labeled GEN01 through GEN04.Members of the Lafayette Genealogical Society host presentations meant to help you in your ancestral research efforts. Check our Calendar of Events for the next meeting date and time.The Métis, another distinct ethnicity, developed after European contact and relations primarily between First Nations people and Europeans.Within Canada, "First Nations" (most often used in the plural) has come into general use—replacing the deprecated term "Indians"—for the indigenous peoples of the Americas. The singular, commonly used on culturally politicized reserves, is the term First Nations person (when gender-specific, First Nations man or First Nations woman).
This will help to pin down exact shades, since universities use different colors for their uniforms, calling them similar names (e.g. Air Force: blue, silver Akron: blue, gold Alabama: Arizona: cardinal red, navy blue From Arizona's web site: UA's original colors were sage green and silver. Anderson was offered, at an extremely low price, a set of solid blue jerseys trimmed in red.Note: right now, I'm just working on Division I-A teams and how they chose their school colors.Once this portion of the research is done, I'll expand the page to include other divisions of college football.The Lafayette Public Library offers excellent resources for anyone interested in genealogy and local history.You’ll find books on basic research techniques for the novice, as well as advanced methods for the more experienced researcher.