To protect, preserve, and restore the dignity and culture of every
Algonquin nation, large or small.
To promote the peaceful reunion of all eighty-four Algonquin nations
in a way that preserves the unique identity of each nation, and
to encourage the peaceful reunion of all First Nations in mutual
To educate the American public (including Native Americans) about
Algonquin culture and history and its central role in the development
of modern-day America, through workshops, books, broadcasts, publications,
classes, tours, websites, e-mails, concerts, maps, and pamphlets.
To assemble a library of books pertaining to each of the Algonquin
nations and their languages, histories, and ways of life.
To complete a map (or system of maps) of Algonquin North America
as it existed before 1700 AD, including Confederacies, territories,
villages, and trails.
To compile, create, and collect phrase books and lexicons of each
of the eighty-four major Algonquin languages.
To help in the on-going development of a network of Algonquin
and Metis (mixed-blood) Algonquin people for sharing ancestral
and cultural information and for meaningful dialogue. This community
would include all who feel a heartfelt connection with Algonquin
To encourage the re-emergence of Algonquin wisdom as a major voice
in world literature, spirituality, and philosophy, equal to any
To share insights concerning the Seventh Fire and other Algonquin
prophecies and how they relate to those of other nations and to
the time were are living in now.
To uphold and give voice to the ancient Algonquin principles of
non-violence, tolerance, inclusiveness, and personal freedom.
To promote the Seven Principles of Respect