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Ojibwas

a critical bibliography

by Helen Hornbeck Tanner

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ojibwa Indians -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHelen Hornbeck Tanner.
    SeriesThe Newberry Library Center for the History of the American Indian bibliographical series, Bibliographical series (Newberry Library. Center for the History of the American Indian)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ1210.C5 T36 1976, E99.C6 T36 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 78 p. ;
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4883069M
    ISBN 100253341655
    LC Control Number76012376

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    Lights and Shades of Missionary Life: Containing Travels, Sketches, Incidents and Missionary Efforts, During Nine Years Spent in the Region of Lake Superior (Cincinnati: Printed at the Westin Book Concern for the author, ), by John H. Pitezel (multiple formats at ). The Ojibwas who lived in U.S stretch from West Michigan to Montana. Ojibwa speak one main language which is Ojibwe, a language belongs to the Algonquian family. Ojibwas are both hunter and gathers, men do the hunting and the women focus on gathering. They live in Wigwams, and wear clothes made from animal skins.

    Welcome To Ojibwa Elementary Ojibwa Mission Statement. The Ojibwa Staff, in cooperation with the community, parents, and students, motivates and inspires all students to reach their highest potential through a dynamic, comprehensive curriculum provided in a nurturing environment. This book discusses the traditions of the Ojibwas - their communities, religious beliefs, values, and problems of contemporary life. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Ojibwa Indians -- Juvenile literature. Ojibwa Indians. Ojibwa (Indiens) -- .


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The exonym for this Anishinaabe group is Ojibwe (plural: Ojibweg).This name is commonly anglicized as "Ojibwa" or "Ojibway".

The name "Chippewa" is an alternative anglicization. Although many variations exist in the literature, "Chippewa" is more common in the United States, and "Ojibway" predominates in Canada, but both terms are used in each country.

Ojibwas fares slightly better. These titles Ojibwas book a reading-level gap between the lower-grade "New True" series (Childrens) and the "Indians of North America" series (Chelsea), but they fail to rise above standard series fare.5/5(1).

This study describes & analyzers traditional Ojibwa religion & the changes it has undergone through the last three centuries.

It emphasizes the influence of Christian missions to the Ojibwas in effecting religious changes, & examines the concomitant changes in Ojibwa culture & environment through the historical period. Taking into account relevant ethnological &. Ojibwas synonyms, Ojibwas pronunciation, Ojibwas translation, English dictionary definition of Ojibwas.

also Ojibway or Ojibwe n. Ojibwa or Ojibwas also Ojibway or Ojibways or Ojibwe or Ojibwes 1. A member of a Native American people originally Ojibwas - definition of Ojibwas by The Free Dictionary.

Ojibwa, Algonquian-speaking North American Indian tribe who lived in what are now Ontario and Ojibwas book, Can., and Minnesota and North Dakota, U.S., from Lake Huron westward onto the Plains. Their name for themselves means “original people.” In Canada those Ojibwa who lived west of Lake Winnipeg are.

KEY ISSUES Key issues facing the Ojibwa include economic development to reduce Ojibwas book, the defense of the wild rice industry from commercial growers, improved medical treatment to combat illnesses such as diabetes and alcoholism, better management of natural resources, protection of treaty rights and attainment of sovereignty, and increased emphasis.

The tale has been told before, even in picture-book format, but the San Souci version reads aloud well, and the watercolor artwork illustrates the story with quiet grace. A satisfying picture book for reading aloud or alone, and a good choice for classes studying Native Americans or comparative s: 3.

It is a book about how Minnesota became named and contains the most glorious illustrations. The next six I have not mentioned before, although I have activities coming up which will include some of them: Sootface is a typical Cinderella story with an Ojibwe twist.

Sootface, so-called because she frequently got burned or singed doing her two. The Plains Ojibwas are descended from Algonquian- speaking Woodland groups located in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Ontario.

During the late eighteenth century the expansion of the fur trade and the Iroquois resulted in the migration of some Ojibwas into the Great Plains. Many of these migrants settled in forested areas surrounded by lakes. The book was a little repetitive or slow at times, but overall interesting.

flag Like see review. Ann Klefstad rated it really liked it. Johnston tells these stories in somewhat stiffened academic form, but the material is fantastic. His respect is likely a good thing, but when you read the stories, limber them up in your mind a /5(17).

The World Book Encyclopedia describes the wide range of professions they work in: agriculture, the arts, law, education and medicine, among others. Some make a living in the manufacturing industry, some even run casinos. Other Ojibwa are making a more traditional living in areas such as hunting, trapping or lumbering, and some work as guides ().

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particularly significant since the history of the Ojibwas that Warren repeats in his book is rather the history of the Sioux-Ojibwa war.

These traditional accounts all tell the same story: the Ojibwa and their allies around the turn of the 17th century utterly crushed the Iroquois of the Five Nations.

There is an inscription written in ink from for perfect attendance on the first front free endpaper. Book is without other marks or writings, pages are clean and book is tight and sturdy. All the pages are present in book. BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: FOR CHILDREN 6 TO AMIK (The Beaver), NIKA (The Goose), WABOS (The Rabbit).Seller Rating: % positive.

Intended as a guide to reliable sources and studies on the Ojibwa people, this bibliography cites sources published between and The survey of the literature on this extensive tribe is especially valuable for sources relevant to certain much-argued issues in anthropology and history.

One of these is the nature of a tribe--what are the criteria that distinguish a tribe from a. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Sootface: An Ojibwas Cinderella Story ().

About the Book In the s, young anthropologist Ruth Landes crafted this startlingly intimate glimpse into the lives of Ojibwa women, a richly textured ethnography widely recognized as a classic study of gender relations in a native society.Get this from a library!

The Ojibwas: a critical bibliography. [Helen Hornbeck Tanner] -- Presented as a guide to reliable sources and studies in particular fields of the general literature on the Ojibwas.Ojibwa definition is - a member of an American Indian people of the region around Lake Superior and westward.