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We SIng Our Songs By In Progress
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Imagine something so beautiful, so enchanting yet so obvious, that you take it for granted, and you never miss it until it's gone. These precious things are our reservations. We SIng Our Songs... More > invites you to see the inner-beauty of reservation life through this rare collection of digital photography produced by emerging artists from Indian communities throughout Minnesota.< Less
Determination By In Progress
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Determination features the digital photography work of a small community of youth living in the village of Nett Lake. Each image presented in this catalog reflects the respect, pride, and sheer... More > determination of the young people that have grown up in this quiet reservation community. Nett Lake village rests in a remote wooded area in northeastern Minnesota and is home to a few hundred Bois Forte Band Members. The young artists that produced this catalog range in age from 7 to 24. Most have limited opportunities to practice their artform but each embrace the opportunity with deep dedication and appreciation.< Less
Determination By In Progress
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Determination features the digital photography work of a small community of youth living in the village of Nett Lake. Each image presented in this catalog reflects the respect, pride, and sheer... More > determination of the young people that have grown up in this quiet reservation community. Nett Lake village rests in a remote wooded area in northeastern Minnesota and is home to a few hundred Bois Forte Band Members. The young artists that produced this catalog range in age from 7 to 24. Most have limited opportunities to practice their artform but each embrace the opportunity with deep dedication and appreciation.< Less
We SIng Our Songs By In Progress
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Imagine something so beautiful, so enchanting yet so obvious, that you take it for granted, and you never miss it until it's gone. These precious things are our reservations. We SIng Our Songs... More > invites you to see the inner-beauty of reservation life through this rare collection of digital photography produced by emerging artists from Indian communities throughout Minnesota.< Less
Cloudburst By Joshua Seidl
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Three cultures, Native American, Euro-American and Metis come together in this 1934-2010 historical fiction. Setting: Great Lakes region, a pristine wilderness community. Dynamic interplay in love... More > and conflicts, the story features Baby boomers in thier formative years. Thisn is the follow up companion to the book, "Hawk Dancer." The Elder prtagonists, Jacob Hawk Dancer (Ojibwe/Norwegian), and Job (Potawatomi)promote conciliation among races and classes of people. They mentor the youth of the 1960s through the Great American Civil Rights movement, American Indian Movement, and the Vietnam war era. The first ever Native American Franciscan Order is established, the Congregation of St. James. The kids come of age in the 70s and continue the work of inculturation, promotion of Indigenous cultures in the Churches and society. Eventualy, they are the elders. They see the passage of the American Indian Freedom of Religion Law, Aug. 11, 1978. Endearing but not soft and cuddly. Exciting, dramatic.< Less
Peanut Butter and Pickle Pie: Birch Clump Village Reader, 3 By Joshua Seidl
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Short fiction stories and art. Police finds Amos Crow's kayak days after he was last seen in the village, "Fishing Hole, Part 2." An odd sounding dessert, but tastes great. Bible thumper,... More > Eino is thumped in "Bible and Brawn." Erik Fern packs it in with "A Goose in Deer Season." Find out who left the monastery and got married. The mystery behind Amos' assault continues from B. C. Village Reader, 1.< Less
Oshkaabewis Native Journal (Vol. 7, No. 1) By Anton Treuer, Thomas Stillday
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Stories in Ojibwe with English translation by the late Thomas J. Stillday of Ponemah, Minnesota, transcribed and edited by Anton Treuer with a full glossary of terms. Published by Bemidji State... More > University.< Less
Oshkaabewis Native Journal (Vol. 7, No. 2) By Anton Treuer, Anna Gibbs
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Ojibwe stories by Anna C. Gibbs of Ponemah, Minnesota, in Ojibwe and English with a glossary and introduction by Anton Treuer.
Oshkaabewis Native Journal (Vol. 1, No. 1) By Anton Treuer et al.
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The Oshkaabewis Native Journal is a interdisciplinary forum for significant contributions to knowledge about the Ojibwe language.
Oshkaabewis Native Journal (Vol. 2, No. 1) By Anton Treuer et al.
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The Oshkaabewis Native Journal is a interdisciplinary forum for significant contributions to knowledge about the Ojibwe language.