My grandfather's knocking sticks : Ojibwe family life and labor on the reservation
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|Crookston Public Library||977.682 CHI (Text)||33500012023388||Main||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9780873519380
- ISBN: 0873519248
- ISBN: 9780873519243
242 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Historical Society Press, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Summary, etc.:||"Child uses her grandparents' story as a gateway into discussion of various kinds of labor and survival in Great Lakes Ojibwe communities, from traditional ricing to opportunistic bootlegging, from healing dances to sustainable fishing. The result is a portrait of daily work and family life on reservations in the first half of the twentieth century"--|
Brenda J. Child, is also Red Lake Ojibwe and Northrop professor of American studies and American Indian studies at the University of Minnesota, and curator of the new exhibit at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum, "Ziibaaskaâ iganagooday: The Jingle Dress at 100". She is the author of the critically acclaimed children's picture book, Bowwow Powwow illustrated by Ojibwe artist, Jonathan Thunder which features a jingle dress dancer. She has been featured in Indian Country Today, Native America Calling, Minnesota Public Radio, and has lectured at the National Museum of the American Indian.