Ojibwa : NG06.

The collection of documents about the Ojibwa consists of 56 documents and has been divided into four major geographical and temporal periods: the Central Ojibwa: traditional to ca. 1850; the Central Ojibwa: 1850-1950; the Northern Ojibwa: 1780-1950; and the Twentieth Century Ojibwa of the period fro...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2000-
Series:EHRAF world cultures. North America.
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520 |a The collection of documents about the Ojibwa consists of 56 documents and has been divided into four major geographical and temporal periods: the Central Ojibwa: traditional to ca. 1850; the Central Ojibwa: 1850-1950; the Northern Ojibwa: 1780-1950; and the Twentieth Century Ojibwa of the period from 1950 to the 1990s. 
505 0 0 |t The Mishomis book /  |r Edward Benton-Banai --  |t The Northern Ojibwa and the fur trade /  |r Charles A. Bishop --  |t Ojibwa power belief system /  |r Mary B. Black --  |t Cultural summary, Ojibwa /  |r Jennifer S.H. Brown and John Beierle --  |t Fair Wind /  |r Jennifer S.H. Brown --  |t Farmers, warriors, traders /  |r Priscilla K. Buffalohead --  |t Chippewa customs /  |r Frances Densmore --  |t Disputed waters /  |r Robert Doherty --  |t Indian participation in the industrial economy on the north shore of Lake Superior /  |r Thomas W. Dunk --  |t Social and economic change among the northern Ojibwa /  |r Robert William Dunning --  |t Supplementary bibliography of works by A. Irving Hallowell /  |r Raymond D. Fogelson --  |t The Saulteux Indians about 1804 /  |r Peter Grant --  |t Group identities in the boreal forest /  |r Adolph M. Greenberg -- The Ojibwa of Berens River, Manitoba ; Northern Ojibwa ecological adaptation and social organization ; Ojibwa ontology, behavior, and world view ; Ojibwa world view and disease ; The role of dreams in Ojibwa culture /  |r A. Irving Hallowell --  |t A Chippewa Case /  |r Philip Handrick --  |t Chiefs and principal men /  |r Lise C. Hansen --  |t Ethnohistory of Chippewa of Lake Superior ; The Chippewa and their neighbors /  |r Harold Hickerson --  |t Chippewa child life and its cultural background /  |r M. Inez Hilger --  |t The Temagami experience /  |r Bruce W. Hodgins --  |t Ojibwa horticulture in the Upper Mississippi and boundary waters ; Rainy River sturgeon /  |r Tim E. Holzkamm --  |t The Ojibwa Indians of Parry Island /  |r Diamond Jenness --  |t Indian school days /  |r Basil Johnston --  |t Kitchi-Gami /  |r Johann Georg Kohl --  |t Factional alignment among the Minnesota Ojibwe, 1850-1880 /  |r Rebecca Kugel --  |t Native rice, native hands /  |r Winona LaDuke --  |t Ojibwa sociology /  |r Ruth Landes --  |t Alcohol and drug use among the Brokenhead Ojibwa /  |r Lyle Longclaws --  |t The White Earth tragedy /  |r Melissa L. Meyer --  |t Looking in, looking out /  |r B. Minore --  |t The Ojibwa of Western Canada, 1780 to 1870 /  |r Laura Peers --  |t A year with a Chippewa family /  |r George I. Quimby --  |t Northern Ojibwa ; Southeastern Ojibwa ; Subsistence strategy in the fish and hare period, northern Ontario ; The Round Lake Ojibwa /  |r Edward S. Rogers --  |t Dancing with a ghost /  |r Rupert Ross --  |t The Ojibwa of southern Ontario /  |r Peter S. Schmalz --  |t A study in economic change /  |r Patricia A. Shifferd --  |t A poison stronger than love /  |r Anastasia M. Shkilnyk --  |t Saulteaux of Lake Winnipeg /  |r Jack Steinbring --  |t A narrative of the captivity and adventures of John Tanner /  |r John Tanner --  |t Moose to moccasins /  |r Madeline Theriault --  |t Traditional Ojibwa religion and its historical changes /  |r Christopher Vecsey --  |t Wild rice and the Ojibway people /  |r Thomas Vennum --  |t Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society  |g Volume V /  |r William W. Warren --  |t The Red Lake and Pembina Chippewa /  |r Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin --  |t Give us a little milk ; A skilled game of exchange /  |r Bruce M. White. 
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