Minong--the Good Place

Minong--the Good Place

Ojibwe and Isle Royale

eBook - 2009
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From the Publisher: Minong (the Ojibwe name for Isle Royale) is the search for the history of the Ojibwe people's relationship with this unique island in the midst of Lake Superior. Cochrane uses a variety of sources: Ojibwe oral narratives, recently rediscovered Jesuit records and diaries, reports of the Hudson's Bay post at Fort Williams, newspaper accounts, and numerous records from archives in the United States and Canada, to understand this relationship to a place. What emerges is a richly detailed account of Ojibwe activities on Minong-and their slow waning in the latter third of the nineteenth century.
Publisher: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, ©2009
ISBN: 9781609173500
1609173503
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiii, 285 pages :) : illustrations

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