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Bishop Frederic Baraga: The Man, His Legacy, and the House By Russell M. Magnaghi
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Biography of Bishop Fredric Baraga, a short history of his legacy, and architectural history of Baraga's house in Marquette Michigan. Chapter one covers Father Edward Jacker's eulogy and biography of... More > Baraga. Chapter two details Baraga's lasting legacy in the mid-west. Chapter three describes the history of Baraga's house in Marquette Michigan.< Less
Myths and Legends of the Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes (Illustrated) By Katharine B. Judson
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MYSTERY, magic, and manitoes abound in the land of Hiawatha, in the land of the Ojibwas, among the green islands, graceful and beautiful, lying amidst the dancing blue waters when the sun shines over... More > Gitche Gomee, the Great Water. Manitoes, great and mighty, lived in the cool depths of the mighty forests, in the rivers and lakes, and even in the snows of winter. And adventures there were in those early days amongst these islands of the North, when manitoes directed the affairs of men.< Less
Legacy of Lies By Doris M. Lemcke
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Detroit debutante/investigative journalist Iris Edwards gets more truth than she can handle when she tackles her rich and infamous grandfather’s tell-all biography. Partnering with his Ojibwa... More > Indian doctor to find the old man’s “unforgivable sin,” they unravel an eighty year-old web of Machiavellian intrigues from an Upper Peninsula ghost town to an insane asylum and the Henry Ford Museum—to find a murderer, a hero, and a deadly secret that will rewrite history.< Less
The Bachelor Farmers (Hardcover) By Brenda Sorrels
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The Bachelor Farmers is a story about two Norwegian brothers who learn the meaning of love from a most unlikely source. Hans and Jon, the youngest of four immigrant brothers have just inherited land... More > from their recently deceased father. They set out to develop the land, thus perpetuating the family dream of success in America. When Jon learns that the husband of Mahal, a beautiful half-breed Ojibwa woman has been injured on their property and cannot work, Jon hires her and brings her home. Under the eye of his disapproving brother, Jon finds himself falling in love, but when a terrible blizzard blows into town without warning, the three of them must deal with the consequences, and Mahal is forced to make a decision that reshapes their lives in profound and unimaginable ways. The Bachelor Farmers takes us into a world where true meaning and healing are found in the complexity of human relationships and dreams of a better life fuel a family's drive for success.< Less
The Bachelor Farmers By Brenda Sorrels
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The Bachelor Farmers is a story about two Norwegian brothers who learn the meaning of love from a most unlikely source. Hans and Jon, the youngest of four immigrant brothers have just inherited land... More > from their recently deceased father. They set out to develop the land, thus perpetuating the family dream of success in America. When Jon learns that the husband of Mahal, a beautiful half-breed Ojibwa woman has been injured on their property and cannot work, Jon hires her and brings her home. Under the eye of his disapproving brother, Jon finds himself falling in love, but when a terrible blizzard blows into town without warning, the three of them must deal with the consequences, and Mahal is forced to make a decision that reshapes their lives in profound and unimaginable ways. The Bachelor Farmers takes us into a world where true meaning and healing are found in the complexity of human relationships and dreams of a better life fuel a family's drive for success.< Less
Hermits Revenge By Nathanael Reed
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When Calvin McBride travels north to help his aunt run a resort, little does he suspect the adventures that await him. On an excursion down the Blanche River with Willis Hamilton, Joel's Ojibwa... More > friend, the boys notice signs of human activity at the long-abandoned Baldwin Mine. Shubel Chase, an old hermit, living nearby, tells the boys he believes someone is dumping chemicals into the Baldwin mine. Later that night Shubel Chase interrupts prowlers at the Mine and is knocked unconscious. The boys soon discover the seriously injured hermit and rush him to the hospital. In the meantime Calvin's aunt is becoming increasingly discouraged by these events, and considers selling the resort. Adventure and misfortune continue to follow the boys when they are almost killed by a deliberately-set forest fire. It turns out that the key to this mystery lies with the old hermit, and the boys realize that it's only through what this man reveals that they are able to unravel the mystery.< Less
HLT 324V WEEK 4 CASE STUDY THROUGH THE EYES OF THE PATIENT By Jon Snow
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HLT 324V WEEK 4 CASE STUDY: THROUGH THE EYES OF THE PATIENT Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL=... More > http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/hlt-324v-week-4-case-study-through-the-eyes-of-the-patient/ Contact US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US HLT 324V Week 4 Case Study: Through the Eyes of the Patient and the Health Care Professional HLT324V Details: Topic: Spiritual and Cultural Emphases on Death and Dying Allied health professionals are confronted with different death and dying practices. An effective allied health professional recognizes the importance of understanding different cultural practices, and learns how to evaluate the death, dying, and spiritual beliefs and practices across the cultures. Read the two specified case histories and choose one for this assignment. Chapter 4, “Stories of Abby: An Ojibwa Journey” and Chapter 14, “Stories of Shanti:< Less
Melody West and the Great Bear By Francesca Rappa
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The Adventurous Melody West Series Book 2: It is summertime and Melody West leaves her hometown and goes on an adventurous vacation to the wilderness region of Lake Temagami in northern Ontario with... More > her aunt and uncle and cousins. During her vacation Melody is determined to experience as many hidden treasures of the wilderness as she can. What she wants most of all is to be able to look directly into the face of the mysterious Great Bear—the seven-foot black bear that was sighted earlier by Melody’s new friend, the Ojibwa native Charlie Paul. Melody is also determined to help her cousin Jack, a budding artist, convince his father once and for all that art is what he wants to do with his life. Central to the novel is Inuit art and culture and the discovery by Melody that people everywhere use their imaginations to make art and tell stories that explain the beautiful world around them. :: Experience the sights and sounds of Melody West at her blog Sugoi.< Less
Melody West and the Great Bear By Francesca Rappa
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The Adventurous Melody West Series Book 2: It is summertime and Melody West leaves her hometown and goes on an adventurous vacation to the wilderness region of Lake Temagami in northern Ontario with... More > her aunt and uncle and cousins. During her vacation Melody is determined to experience as many hidden treasures of the wilderness as she can. What she wants most of all is to be able to look directly into the face of the mysterious Great Bear—the seven-foot black bear that was sighted earlier by Melody’s new friend, the Ojibwa native Charlie Paul. Melody is also determined to help her cousin Jack, a budding artist, convince his father once and for all that art is what he wants to do with his life. Central to the novel is Inuit art and culture and the discovery by Melody that people everywhere use their imaginations to make art and tell stories that explain the beautiful world around them. :: Experience the sights and sounds of Melody West at her blog Sugoi.< Less
The American Indians Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original Notes and Manuscripts By Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (March 28, 1793 – December 10, 1864)... More > was an American geographer, geologist, and ethnologist, noted for his early studies of Native American cultures, as well as for his 1832 expedition to the source of the Mississippi River. He is also noted for his major six-volume study of American Indians in the 1850s.He served as a United States Indian agent for a period beginning in 1822 in Michigan, where he married Jane Johnston, mixed-race daughter of a prominent Scotch-Irish fur trader and Ojibwa mother, who they have a daughter of a war chief. She taught him the Ojibwe language and much about her maternal culture. They had several children, two of whom survived past childhood. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Schoolcraft< Less

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