The Ojibwa

The Ojibwa

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When European settlers pronounced the word Ojibwa, they said Chippewa. As a result, the United States government called this group the Chippewa. Learn more in The Ojibwa, one of the titles in the American Indian Art and Culture series. This series recounts the history of America's indigenous peoples and how they adapted to their surroundings. Each book outlines the traditional ways of life, religious beliefs, celebrations, and artwork of each indigenous group through detailed text, sidebars, and infographics. American Indian Art and Culture is a series of AV2 media enhanced books. A unique book code printed on page 2 unlocks multimedia content. These books come alive with video, audio, weblinks, slide shows, activities, and hands-on experiments, and more. Book jacket.
Publisher: New York, NY : AV2 by Weigl, 2016.
ISBN: 9781489629197
9781489629180
Characteristics: 32 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 26 cm.

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