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Ojibwa Narratives

Ojibwa Narratives

Of Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique, 1893-1895 (Great Lake Books)

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Published by John M. Longyear Research Library Marquette C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Biography: general,
  • Oral history,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • History - U.S.,
  • North & Central American indigenous languages,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • United States - General,
  • Folklore,
  • History,
  • Ojibwa Indians

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHomer H. Kidder (Compiler), Arthur P. Bourgeois (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11353166M
    ISBN 100814325157
    ISBN 109780814325155
    OCLC/WorldCa29258602

    3. The Controversy About American Indian Environmental Ethics. Literature Cited. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary For courses in anthropology, cultural geography, environmental philosophy and ethics. Brief text focusing on environmental attitudes and practices of American Indians using the Ojibwa narrative, myths, legends, stories and rituals. The first book is about childhood experiences. They’re telling first person narratives of what it was like as a child, different things that happened with their families or their siblings or getting in trouble for doing something silly or wrong. There’s stories like that. [In the second book], there’s stories of .

    Description of the book "Ojibwa Narratives: Of Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique, ": Ojibwa Narratives presents a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior.   The Midewiwin is the traditional religious belief system central to the world view of Ojibwa in Canada and the US. It is a highly complex and rich series of sacred teachings and narratives whose preservation enabled the Ojibwa to withstand severe challenges to their entire social fabric throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. It remains an important living and spiritual tradition for many.

    Ojibwa Narratives of Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques Le Pique, Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, Traditional tales related near . "Read at the monthly meeting of the Executive Council, November 8, " Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.


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Ojibwa Narratives presents a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior.

This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques. Ojibwa Narratives of Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques Lepique, book.

Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 4/5. This book is an invaluable source for anyone interested in the history of the Lake Superior Ojibwa and the history of Upper Michigan.

Narratives are presented by Chief Charles Kawbawgam, his wife Charlotte, and their brother-in-law Jacques LePique.5/5(2).

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This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques LePique-collected by Homer H.

Ojibwa Narratives presents Ojibwa Narratives book fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior. This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques 4/5(5).

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An examination of these sources demonstrates the worldview of the group, their social inclusiveness and their ethical commitments. Introductory essays and interpretive essays accompany the narratives themselves to offer a theory of environmental.

Book Overview These 52 narratives feature the tales of three 19th-century Ojibwa storytellers - Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique.

Collected by Homer H. Kidder, the stories present a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and the way of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

These 52 narratives feature the tales of three 19th-century Ojibwa storytellers - Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique.

Collected by Homer H. Kidder, the stories present a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and the way of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. These 52 narratives feature the tales of three 19th-century Ojibwa storytellers - Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jacques LePique.

Collected by Homer H. Kidder, the stories present a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and the way of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.4/5(5). Ojibwa Narratives presents a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior.

This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques Author: Marquette County Historical Society.

Ojibwa Narratives presents a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior.

This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques LePique-collected by Homer H.

Kidder. Ignatia Broker, who died inwas a member of the Ojibway tribe, the Ottertail Pillager Band, and the A-wa-sa-si Clan. She was born in on the White Earth Indian Reservation and attended an Indian boarding school in North by: HUMN Oct.

7, The Ojibwa Indians. Introduction/General Information. The Ojibwa Indians, who make up one of the largest tribal groups in North America today, are considered the largest and most powerful of the Great Lakes tribes that existed, yet few people. In an effort to articulate the environmental ethic of the Ojibwa, this book focuses on the Ojibwa narrative, myths, legends, stories and rituals.

An examination of these sources demonstrates the worldview of the group, their social inclusiveness and their ethical : $ The Midewiwin is the traditional religious belief system central to the world view of Ojibwa in Canada and the US.

It is a highly complex and rich series of sacred teachings and narratives whose preservation enabled the Ojibwa to withstand severe challenges to their entire social fabric throughout the.

Ojibwa Warrior was a surprisingly real and interesting book about the life of the early American Indian Movement events and leaders. Having read a decent number of self-aggrandizing accounts from other arrogant Native American leaders and the great blessings they apparently think they have bestowed on their communities, I was skeptical going /5.

Ojibwa Narratives presents a fresh view of an early period of Ojibwa thought and ways of life in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the south shore of Lake Superior.

This fascinating collection of fifty-two narratives features, for the first time, the tales of three nineteenth-century Ojibwa storytellers-Charles and Charlotte Kawbawgam and Jaques 5/5(1). American Indian Environmental Ethics: An Ojibwa Case Study. Actual Ojibwa narratives—Transcribed and translated by American Indian anthropologist and told by Ojibwa people.

Provides students an authentic and legitimate sample of a cultural worldview.Get this from a library! American Indian environmental ethics: an Ojibwa case study. [J Baird Callicott; Michael P Nelson] -- "For courses in anthropology, cultural geography, environmental philosophy and ethics. Brief text focusing on environmental attitudes and practices of .Darwin.

d. Wu. e. Peter Singer. Question 16 1 out of 1 points In chapter 3 of American Indian Environmental Ethics, J. Baird Callicott and Michael P. Nelson argue that the Ojibwa worldview supports a strong environmental ethic. From the Ojibwa narratives, they construct an Ojibwa worldview.

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