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  Anishinabe
Fish were the principal food of the Anishinabe.
Anishinabe moccasins were unique in that they had a tongue in front, and a puckered seam.
The Anishinabe are known for their long, narrow birch bark canoes which were built for speed.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/history/mncultures/anishinabe.html   (725 words)

  
 EDSITEment - Lesson Plan
The Anishinabe were originally a woodland people living in the general area of the Great Lakes that spans what are now Michigan in the United States and Ontario, Canada.
Situate the Anishinabe people within their region of the United States by having the class locate the tribe on a map and indicate the historical migration patterns of the group to point out where the people originally lived and where they live today.
The Anishinabe Migration Journey is a project that entails retracing the original Anishinabe migration route in order to raise awareness of the pollution and contamination of the Great Lakes.
edsitement.neh.gov /view_lesson_plan.asp?id=369   (0 words)

  
  History of the Ojibway
The Anishinabe did not use a system of family names, there was no need for this practice since clan identity served this function.
Children grew up to be like their parents and were educated to be Anishinabe, and to do the things that have always been done.
Historic leadership among the Anishinabe was provided by the elders, usually men, who had demonstrated to their village members that they looked out for the best interests of the people.
www.geocities.com /dabeanette/ojibwayhistory.html   (850 words)

  
 The Blockade Between Hope and Destruction | The Dominion
Many years before the arrival of the white man to the land of the Anishinabe Nation, there was a prophecy that when the white people arrived, they would bring the destruction of the forests and the land that sustains the Anishinabe people.
The Anishinabe nation depends on the land, eating and harvesting the animals and fish as they have for thousands of years.
The Anishinabe youth have been among the strongest voices advocating for the rights of the Nation and the preservation of both the land and their traditional means of using it.
dominionpaper.ca /original_peoples/2005/06/21/the_blocka.html   (2292 words)

  
 The Nature Conservancy of Canada: Lake Superior History
Anishinabe families usually had many canoes, since both travel by water and wild rice harvesting were important facets of their culture.
British relations with the Anishinabe changed during the American revolution, when the Anishinabe fought alongside the British and were allowed to maintain their autonomy under British rule.
Today, the Anishinabe people still live in the Lake Superior region, and wild rice harvesting is still an important part of their culture, which unites tribes across political boundaries.
www.natureconservancy.ca /site/News2?JServSessionIdr010=f5nffpnuu1.app6b&abbr=on_&page=NewsArticle&id=5676   (629 words)

  
 EDSITEment - Lesson Plan
The Anishinabe were originally a woodland people living in the general area of the Great Lakes that spans what are now Michigan in the United States and Ontario, Canada.
Situate the Anishinabe people within their region of the United States by having the class locate the tribe on a map and indicate the historical migration patterns of the group to point out where the people originally lived and where they live today.
The Anishinabe Migration Journey is a project that entails retracing the original Anishinabe migration route in order to raise awareness of the pollution and contamination of the Great Lakes.
www.edsitement.neh.gov /view_lesson_plan.asp?id=369   (4347 words)

  
 Mohawk and Anishinabe Prophecies (Morgana's Observatory)
Seven prophets came to Anishinabe at a time when the people were living a full and peaceful life on the Northeastern coast of North America.
The third prophet said to the people, "In the Third Fire, the Anishinabe will find the path to their chosen ground, a land in the west to which they must move their families.
In the confusing times of the Sixth Fire, it is said that a group of visionaries came among the Anishinabe.
www.dreamscape.com /morgana/rhea.htm   (0 words)

  
 Lake Superior Walkers Protectors of the Waters
A group of Anishinabe people, who are conducting the 2,200 mile walk/run/bike from the eastern seacoast to the western shore of Lake Superior will arrive in Duluth on Thursday and will be leaving for Madelaine Island on Sunday.
The group has adopted the philosophy of the Seventh Generation teaching of the Anishinabe whereby the decisions, which are being made today, must recognize the obligations that we have to the future generations.
As a group of people of all colors and backgrounds, we realize there is a need to reach out, educate and encourage all people to protect the Earth, her waters and living things dependant upon her, in an effort to restore the natural balance for the seven generations to come.
www.alphacdc.com /treaty/anishinabe.html   (2511 words)

  
 Treaty Series part 4
The Anishinabe people went from being totally independent and industrious people utilizing their lands, islands and waters to being deprived of their economic opportunities.
McDougall acknowledged the Anishinabe rights and their position on the island and informed them that the negotiations were concluded and that their rights to Manitoulin and the islands would be honored forever.
The Anishinabe who normally utilized the entire island and surrounding islands for their economic prosperity would be restricted to reserve lands.
www.blacksbay.com /aboriginals/treaty_series_part_4.htm   (1747 words)

  
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The canoe was utilized by the Anishinabe and French fur traders from the 1600's to the early 1800's.
In the late 1700's, one would envision the Anishinabe loading their 60 foot canoes with maple sugar and transporting it to places in the U.S. and Upper Canada; Sugar was in demand in the late 1700's.
The industrious Anishinabe proved that this was the case on Manitoulin Island when they constructed their church.
educ.queensu.ca /~munroi/beaudry.htm   (5447 words)

  
 Welcome to News From Indian Country   (Site not responding. Last check: )
To Anishinabe people, the sacred relationship with the manoomin is central and cannot be ignored in any discussion on the natural gift as it has been given.
Yet pitifully little was done to assure that the Anishinabe people would have any significant involvement in research with such a direct impact on their lives.
The Anishinabe people still wonder if it is possible that genetically altered “tame rice” might contaminate the natural stands of manoomin.
www.indiancountrynews.com /fullstory.cfm?ID=79   (829 words)

  
 Parks - Find your Favourite Park   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anishinabe, also known as Ojibway or Saulteaux, still attach importance to the major petroform sites of southeastern Manitoba as special teaching and healing places.
Today the nearest Native groups are Anishinabe and they use the sites, but the Anishinabe do not claim to have the only valid interpretation of the meaning of the petroforms.
For the Anishinabe, the petroforms and the areas surrounding these features are sacred places where the spirits communicate with them.
www.gov.mb.ca /conservation/parks/popular_parks/petroforms/info.html   (1535 words)

  
 >>====>Rose's Native American Home Page<===<<
The Anishinabe, commonly referred to as the Ojibwa or the Chippewa, ascribed their appearance on this continent to an act of creation.
The notion of kin (relations) in the Anishinabe society was based on the existence of clans.
Anishinabe children were usually named during their first year by an elder or a family member.
www.edwards1.com /rose/native/history.html   (518 words)

  
 Anishinabe and the Ravens Story
The two young Ravens did not fight with you because you are Anishinabe, it is because they accepted you as a member of the Raven people.
Black Feather returned to the Anishinabe village and bid everyone farewell because he had decided to live with the Raven people.
All the Anishinabe people were there to see him off, and high over head was a thousand Raven's.
www.boyscouttrail.com /content/story/story-888.asp   (1062 words)

  
 Hand Drum Exhibition
While these singers often sing hand drum songs during pow wows, giveaways, moccasin games, and other social gatherings held throughout the year, the most culturally important purpose of the hand drum is for private ceremonials held on select days guided by the seasons.
Today, the upcoming hand drum program hosted by Anishinabe Bimadiz is but one of the cultural education initiatives developed by the tribe to nurture preservation, understanding and appreciation of Anishinabe lifeways.
Most importantly, the hand drum exhibition will offer a chance for young people to hear and learn the traditional songs, thereby honoring their tribal history, which is not always communicated in words.
info.bemidjistate.edu /news/others/others02/handdrum.html   (568 words)

  
 anishinabe chippewa ojibwe native american social studies
___"The Anishinabe are the third largest Indian tribe in North America...
Anishinabe - Ojibwe - Chippewa: Culture of an Indian Nation
They accept Ojibwe, but dislike intensely the name Chippewa even though some bands include it in their official name for purposes of recognition by the wider world." You can learn more about this here.
www.archaeolink.com /chippewa_ojibwe.htm   (0 words)

  
 Turtle Island Productions
In the language of the Ojibway, "Anishinabe" means "one of the people," "original people," or "original man." "Anishinabe" is how the Ojibway people identified themselves.
The other theory suggests that the translation stems from the early history of warfare between the Anishinabe and their enemies such as the Eastern Dakota.
As mentioned earlier, according to the Oral Traditions of the Anishinabe, the Ojibway, Potawatomi and Ottawa people were once a single "people" known as the Three Fires of the Anishinabe.
www.turtle-island.com /historytext.html   (3696 words)

  
 What about the sweetheart?: The "Different Shape" of Anishinabe Two Sisters Stories in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The meaning of Anishinabe storytelling relies on cultural knowledge through which the hearer fills in the blanks of the teller's "synechdochic omission[s]" (Kroeber 104-05).
His informant replied that the repetition of awake three times told the Anishinabe hearer all he or she needed to know.
Although she attended college and graduate school in writing and literature, Erdrich insists that a more primary influence on her novels is the practice of oral storytelling, because she grew up in a household where both Native and non-Native relatives told and still tell stories with great virtuosity (Wong interview 38-39).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m2278/is_2_24/ai_59211509   (1012 words)

  
 World Libraries: Preface: Indigenous Peoples and Librarianship
These Anishinabe were accompanied on this migration by the Ottawa and Potawatomi and parted ways from each other at the Straits of Mackinac.
Today, the Anishinabe are one of the top ten American Indian tribes in the United States as measured by population; according to the 2000 U.S. Census there are 105,907 people in the United States who consider themselves primarily of Anishinabe heritage.
The Anishinabe language, Ojibwemowin, is a living language and is taught in classes, study groups, and available for study on the Internet, through CDs and audio books.
www.worlib.org /vol12no1/roy_preface_v12n1.shtml   (992 words)

  
 The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
I always tell our Anishinabe people that our English names do not have a meaning in the spiritual world, and that an Anishinabe name is necessary to better connect us to that world.
There is much depth to this ceremony where a transfer of spiritual help is made available for the child’s future, which comes from the guardian spirits of the namesakes.
All of these ceremonies and role modeling made it very clear to me that I was a part of our Anishinabe community, that I belonged and was cared for both on a human and spiritual level.
www.millelacsojibwe.org /cultureColumn.asp?id=120   (734 words)

  
 Turtle Island Productions
Long ago, after the Great Mystery, or Kitchi-Manitou, first peopled the earth, the Anishinabe, or Original People, strayed from their harmonious ways and began to argue and fight with one another.
Brother turned against brother and soon the Anishinabe were killing one another over hunting grounds and others disagreements.
Only Nanaboozhoo, the central figure in many of the Anishinabe oral traditions, was able to survive the flood, along with a few animals and birds who managed to swim and fly.
www.turtle-island.com /traditions.html   (1654 words)

  
 Chippewa/Ojibway/Anishinabe Literature
This is the word that we call ourselves.
Generally, it is reserved for Anishinabe people to refer to themselves, although there are some that would rather be known by this name.
Actually, the Anishinabe are also people that live in our creation stories.
www.indians.org /welker/chippewa.htm   (0 words)

  
 Wub-e-ke-niew - December 4, 1992 - the grand-daughter of Indian athlete Jim Thorpe, who is director of United Now ...
Anishinabe Ojibway people showed our patriotism and our nationalism, our love for Grandmother Earth, in our forests which we had kept beautiful, and our water, which was pristine and pure.
Presenting themselves as representatives of Anishinabe Ojibway People is fraud, and using this fraudulent identification of themselves to alienate Anishinabe Ojibway land or resources is criminal.
In terms of current affairs, Red Lake I.R.A. “Tribal Chairman” Gerald “Butch” Brun does not have an Anishinabe Ojibway Clan or Dodem—and for that matter does not have any Anishinabe Ojibway ancestry at all (he is just a plain Indo-European wanna-be trying to “go native”; to escape from racist European culture).
www.maquah.net /AhnishinahbaeotjibwayReflections/1992/1992-12-04_Wub-e-ke-niew_column.html   (960 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Everlasting Sky: Voices of the Anishinabe People (Native Voices): Books: Gerald Vizenor,Paul David ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If you are interested in knowing much about Anishinabe culture or direction, this is not the place you're going to get it.
The Everlasting Sky is a reissued collection of classic essays that portray stark details of Anishinabe reservation life in Northern Minnesota, along with human histories and tragic imbalances between Anishinabe and dominant culture individuals.
A recurring theme that is the search to honor the vision of the artist, particularly the Anishinabe artist, and the quest to refine or even reforge a definition of "indian," Anishinabe, and cultural art and learning.
www.amazon.com /Everlasting-Sky-Voices-Anishinabe-People/dp/0873514009   (1449 words)

  
 Seven Fires Prophecy
A boy will be born to point the way back to the traditional ways.
"In the Third Fire the Anishinabe will find the path to their chosen ground, a land in the west to which they must move their families.
These were the people who chose to stay behind in the great migration of the Anishinabe.
www.wabanaki.com /seven_fires_prophecy.htm   (1691 words)

  
 The Seven Fires Prophecies of the Anishinabe
The first prophet said to the people, "In the time of the First Fire, the Anishinabe nation will rise up and follow the sacred shell of the Midewiwin Lodge.
The Midewiwin will diminish in strength, a boy will be born to point the way back to the traditional ways.
He will show the direction to the stepping stones to the future of the Anishinabe people.
www.think-aboutit.com /native/seven_fires_prophecies_of_the_an.htm   (1588 words)

  
 Anishinabe | | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
Another possible definition refers to ideas about the good humans, or good people that are on the right road or path given to them by the Creator.There are many variant spellings of the Anishinaabe name, depending on the transcription scheme and also on whether the name is singular or plural.
So, different spelling systems may indicate vowel length or spell certain consonants differently (Anishinabe, Anicinape); meanwhile, variants ending in -eg/ek (Anishinaabeg, Anishinabek) come from an Algonquian plural, while those ending in an -e come from an Algonquian singular.
Die Anishinabe (Das erste Volk; auch Ojibwa oder Chippewa) sind ein Indianervolk Nordamerikas.
www.babylon.com /definition/Anishinabe/All   (271 words)

  
 Wegonen ki Pawaugun Sagigin Anishinabe
The old man explained that he meant to give it to Nanaboozhoo as a symbol of their reconciliation if Nanaboozhoo so wished, so Nanaboozhoo could promote its use among the Anishinabe people.
The pipe was to be smoked in ceremonies, before meetings, to compose passions carried as a sign of peace, and to seal pacts of peace after war.
He also excepted the pipe as a parting gift from his father, on his behalf as well as that of the people, promising to encourage it’s use.
members.tripod.com /h-dan/4pipe.htm   (3035 words)

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