Ojibway Heritage

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U of Nebraska Press, 1976 - Social Science - 171 pages
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"This compilation of the basic beliefs, ideals, values, and ceremonies is a beautiful and sacred document."-Library Journal
 

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Contents

Preface to the Bison Book Edition1
1
Preface7
7
The Vision of Kitche Manitou11
11
Father Sun and Mother Earth21
21
The Nature of Plants32
32
The Nature of Animals46
46
Mans World59
59
The Midewewin80
80
The Path Without End
94
The Path of Souls103
103
The Four Hills of Life109
109
The Vision119
119
Ceremonies Songs Dances134
134
The I ncorporeal World 149
149
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About the author (1976)

Basil Johnston is a linguist and lecturer in the Department of Ethnology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto and he is the author of Ojibway Ceremonies, alsoĝa Bison Book.

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