Ojibwa

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Synonyms for Ojibwa

a member of an Algonquian people who lived west of Lake Superior

the Algonquian language spoken by the Ojibwa

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Perhaps George Tucker, the Virginian for whom ownership of both land and people seemed essential, or Herman Merivale justifying the deportation of the Wyandot and the Saugeen Anishnabek from the heart of Upper Canada, might stand for that stream of thought.
The spatial arrangements of powwows reflect the spiritual meanings associated with traditional Anishnabek teachings.
Anishinaabe-mowin--the Ojibwe language--is now the official language of the Anishnabek Nation.
Just as clearly, our ancestors knew they had the authority to sign the treaty, for the Anishnabek had inhabited the Great Lakes Basin for thousands upon thousands of years.
Yes, according to Christian Peacemaker Teams and the Anishnabek tribe of Grassy Narrows First Nation near Kenora, Ontario.
Leach and Humbert have said, "The sweetgrass ceremony readily emphasizes and portrays the mood of the liturgy at the beginning of the Eucharist as well as reinforcing the cultural spiritual consciousness of the Anishnabek. On occasion this ceremony has been inserted into the Roman Catholic liturgy as a means of blessing the assembly.
Let it be said, I have nothing against the Anishnabek Police Services.
On the Aboriginal consultation side, Sutcliffe says he's built a strong relationship with the Sagamok Anishnabek First Nation, which claims the traditional lands on the Spanish River watershed.
The chiefs of the Anishnabek Nation have committed to make their communities smoke-free.
SAGAMOK ANISHNABEK 19TH ANNUAL TRADITIONAL POWWOW "HONORING THE ELDERS"
The team has also pledged to speak out against acts of violence and to incorporate Anishnabek culture and values in all strategies.
Nations represented at the summit included Haudenosaunee, Inuit, Lakota, Cree, Anishnabek, Algonquin, Innu, Kogi, Navajo, Okanagan, and Inago, Kofan and Siona from the Amazon.