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by Edmund Jefferson Danziger Jr.


This book tells the story of the Chippewa Indians in the regions around Lake Superior-the fabled land of Kitchigami. This book has everything you need to know about this American Indian tribe.

This book tells the story of the Chippewa Indians in the regions around Lake Superior-the fabled land of Kitchigami. It tells of their woodland life. Very interesting, and enlightening. The very first REAL AMERICANS should be honored for having to give up the life they knew on their land, only thanking the great spirit for the food that was provided for them, and was never wasteful, and had graditude and love for their families, and respect for nature. It tells of their woodland life, the momentous impact of three centuries of European and American societies on their culture, and how the retention of their tribal identity and traditions proved such a source of strength for the Chippewas that the federal government finally abandoned its policy of coercive assimilation of the tribe.

1854: the turning point - Traditional culture of the Lake Superior Chippewas - The coming of the French to Lake Superior - Redcoats, Nor'westers and red men - The Chippewas and their whit American neighbors, 1815-1854 - Life on the new reservations, 1854-1900 - Descent t. .

1854: the turning point - Traditional culture of the Lake Superior Chippewas - The coming of the French to Lake Superior - Redcoats, Nor'westers and red men - The Chippewas and their whit American neighbors, 1815-1854 - Life on the new reservations, 1854-1900 - Descent to depression, 1900-1934 - Freedom amidst poverty, 1934-1964 - Progress through self-determination, 1964-1975 - How they endured: some conclusions and a look at the future. The extensive interviews shows Dr. Danzinger did his homework. I was pleased at his consistent noting of the survival mechanisms and postive attitudes of this select group who are a still growing part the largest tribe (Anishinabe or Ojibwe) of Indians in North America. The footnotes and bibliography offer the reader excellent resources for further study. I look forward to another volume.

Edmund Jefferson Danziger, Jr. was a professor of history at Bowling Green State University. Since earning his P. from the University of Illinois, he has published two books, The Chippewas of Lake Superior and Indians and Bureaucrats: Administering the Reservation Policy During the Civil War. Библиографические данные. Survival and Regeneration: Detroit’s American Indian Community Great Lakes Books Series. Edmund Jeffrey Danziger, Jr. Издание

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Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes of North America, is also the world's largest freshwater lake by surface area, and the third largest freshwater lake by volume. state of Minnesota to the west, and Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the south. The farthest north and west of the Great Lakes chain, Superior has the highest elevation of all five great lakes and drains into the St. Mary's River.

Far more than mere tales to amuse children, they passed along the collective wisdom of the tribes.

Edmund Jefferson Danziger. In August, 1854, Commissioner of Indian Affairs George W. Many-penny directed Agent Henry C. Gilbert of Detroit to arrange a treaty council with the Chippewa Indians to extinguish their titles to certain lands at the head of Lake Superior.

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The Lake Superior Chippewa (Anishinaabe: Gichigamiwininiwag) were a large historical band of Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) Indians living around Lake Superior; this territory is considered part of northern Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota in the United Stat.

The Lake Superior Chippewa (Anishinaabe: Gichigamiwininiwag) were a large historical band of Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) Indians living around Lake Superior; this territory is considered part of northern Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota in the United States. They migrated into the area by the seventeenth century, encroaching on the Eastern Dakota people who historically occupied the area.

This book tells the story of the Chippewa Indians in the regions around Lake Superior-the fabled land of Kitchigami. It tells of their woodland life, the momentous impact of three centuries of European and American societies on their culture, and how the retention of their tribal identity and traditions proved such a source of strength for the Chippewas that the federal government finally abandoned its policy of coercive assimilation of the tribe.

The Chippewas, especially the Lake Superior bands, have been neglected by historians, perhaps because they fought no bloody wars of resistance against the westward-driving white pioneers who overwhelmed them in the nineteenth century. Yet, historically, the Chippewas were one of the most important Indian groups north of Mexico. Their expansive north woods homeland contained valuable resources, forcing them to play important roles in regional enterprises such as the French, British, and American fur trade. Neither exterminated nor removed to the semiarid Great Plains, the Lake Superior bands have remained on their native lands and for the past century have continued to develop their interests in lumbering, fishing, farming, mining, shipping, and tourism.

Now, for the first time in three hundred years, white domination is no longer the major theme of Chippewa life. The chains of paternalism have been broken. The possessors of many federal and state contracts, confident in their administrative ability, proud of their Indian heritage, and well organized politically, the Lake Superior bands are determined to chart their own course.

In bringing his readers this overview of the Chippewa experience, the author emphasizes major themes for the entire sweep of Lake Superior Chippewa history. He focuses in detail on events, regions, and reservations which illustrate those themes.

Historians, ethnologists, other Indian tribes, and the Chippewas themselves will find much of interest in this account of how previous tribal experiences have shaped Chippewa life in the 1970's.

Ximinon
This book has everything you need to know about this American Indian tribe. Very interesting, and enlightening. The very first REAL AMERICANS should be honored for having to give up the life they knew on their land, only thanking the great spirit for the food that was provided for them, and was never wasteful, and had graditude and love for their families, and respect for nature. I am not a Native American, although I have great respect for them, and for their courage to have to give up the only life they knew for the coming of the people from other continents. Great book!
Dibei
Excellent condition. Very informative.
Kalrajas
Thanks for the book . I like it. I will read it when I am up at the lake soon.
The Chippewas of Lake Superior (The Civilization of the American Indian Series) ebook
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Edmund Jefferson Danziger Jr.
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University of Oklahoma Press (June 15, 1990)
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