Portage Lake: Memories of an Ojibwe Childhood

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University of Alberta, 1991 - 272 pages
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Maude Kegg's memories build a bridge to a time when building birch-bark wigwams and harvesting turtles were still part of the everyday life of a native girl in the mid-west. In this bilingual book, this elder of the Minnesota Anishinaabe reminisces about her childhood. An English translation of each story appears on pages facing the original Ojibwe text, and the editor John Nicholds has included a full Ojibwe-English glossary with study aids.
 

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Giiikwezensiwiyaan When I Was a Little Girl
2
Iskigamiziganing At the Sugar Camp 1213
13
Naseyaawangwaan The Sugaring Trough 2021
21
Iskigamiziganaatigoon The Sap Boiling
30
Gichigamiiwashkoon Bulrushes 3839
38
Mikinaakoonsag The Little Snapping Turtles 4849
49
Giiobapashkobijigeyaang Iiw Gitigaan When
59
Miskwaadesiwag Mud Turtles 6869
69
Indinigaaz Indinigaaz Manidoominensag Im Poor
93
I ngitigaan My Garden 112113
112
Bootaaganikewin Making a Bootaaqan 128129
128
Memegwesiwag The Memeffwesiwag 40141
141
Gegoo Giimadwesing Zaagaiganiing What Goes
157
Giimaajaaind Aaw Makwa The Bears
173
Textual Notes
181
Droits d'auteur

Imbagidawaamin We Set a Net 8081
80

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