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She Would Be a Soldier The Plains of Chippewa By M. M. (Mordecai Manuel) Noah
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History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan By Andrew J. Blackbird
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A reprint of the 1887 edition (there were others) by MACK-E-TE-BE-NESSY (Andrew J. Blackbird). The book is a personal history of the author and includes an Algonquin language grammar as spoken in the... More > Little Traverse Bay area of Michigan.< Less
Why Buffalo Has A Hump By Katie Kavanagh
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A re-telling of the Chippewa myth "Why Buffalo Has a Hump". Illustrated and re-written by Katie Kavanagh. www.katiekavanagh.com
Why Buffalo Has A Hump By Katie Kavanagh
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A re-telling of the Chippewa myth "Why Buffalo Has a Hump". Illustrated and re-written by Katie Kavanagh. www.katiekavanagh.com
Ojibway Marriage Customs By Shaman Kayli Royce
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This is a book on the Marriage customs and beliefs of the Ojibway (Chippewa) people.
Ojibway Marriage Customs By Shaman Kayli Royce
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This is a book on the Marriage customs and beliefs of the Ojibway (Chippewa) people.
Ojibway Customs & Traditions By Shaman Kayli Royce
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This book covers the customs and traditions of the Ojibway people, better known as Chippewa.
Ojibway Customs & Traditions By Shaman Kayli Royce
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This book covers the customs and traditions of the Ojibway people, better known as Chippewa.
Journal of The Honorable George T. Wendell of Mackinac County, Michigan (1850) By Brett Dicken Brown
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This "Journal" was recorded by Mr. Wendell in 1850 and includes a translation of various items from the native tongue to English. The native tongues appear to be all Central Algonquian... More > languages and Mr. Wendell mentions Menominee, Washtenaw, Algonquin and Pottawatomie. There is also a page devoted to a description of the Northern League of Indian Tribes. The topics covered are "Indian" names for: Towns in Canada, New York, Northwest Territory and Pennsylvania; Rivers in Michigan and Wisconsin; Bays in Michigan; Islands in Michigan; Points (Geographic) in Michigan; Lime Island and Indian "Cross' Distance Markers and Stick; Lakes of Michigan; Ottawa & Chippewa Indian Names of Kinds of Woods in Michigan; Grains in Michigan; Months of the Year and other miscellaneous items. Also included is an index of names referred to in the probate papers, many of which were prominent citizens and government officials of the Village of Mackinac during the late 1880's.< Less
Oshkaabewis Native Journal Vol 8, 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. Vol. 8, No. 1 contains stories from several knowledgeable Ojibwe... More > speakers in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Canada.< Less