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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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Caption: Photo 2: Chief Tanaghte, or Wabumagoging (Eclipse) of the Batchewana Ojibwa band from near Sault Ste.
All of the songs were composed by Scales' friend and research consultant, Gabe Desrosiers, and performed by the Northern Wind Singers, an Ojibwa drum group from the Lake of the Woods area of northern Ontario.
John flipped his long cumbersome Ojibwa snowshoe around telemark style and quickly slogged back to where I was standing.
Dream Catcher designs reflect the Ojibwa myth of the spider/ weaver, Iktomi.
12) From the beginning, Colony authorities had established formal alliances with local Ojibwa people: Peguis was named the Colony Chief during the settlement's early troubles, and given a peace medal by Selkirk in 1817, to encourage his protection of the vulnerable settlers.
On November 5, the OPP announced that the 47-year-old Norouzali, who would have been 28 at the time of Kitakijick's murder, had been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of the Ojibwa man.
In another turnabout, Kevin Hutchings tracks ideas from Wordsworth and Byron in the work of the Ojibwa Methodist convert George Copway, 'Canada's first international literary celebrity.
The fragility of white desires for Indian assimilation ism made clear in the treatment of Peter Jones or Kahkewaquonaby, the son of an Ojibwa mother and a Welsh father who became a Methodist missionary, and who during his prominent visit to Britain "presented himself as .
Most, however, examine border and related identity issues of Ojibwa living near Lake Huron.
Meanwhile a young Native American FBI agent Thomas Loonsfoot who has been guarding the physicist is finding that his charge bears an uncanny resemblance to Nanabozho the "Great Rabbit" of Ojibwa legend.
But his legacy, according to Tom Swift's marvelous new biography, is keyed to his nickname: The Chief is a reference, vague and vaguely stereotypical of his proud heritage, an Ojibwa from the plains of Minnesota.
They also helped raise the children from the Ojibwa tribe at Sandy Lake, Ontario, along with providing for the private education of two children from the city of Milwaukee (Glen and Crawford Allen).
plural Ojibwa or Ojib*was or Ojibway or Ojib*ways or Ojibwe or Ojib*wes
In Meshom and The Little One, Wagner has found a way to enlighten us to some of the Ojibwa culture and language that adds an educational element and enhances the story.