Stories from the Bush: The Woodland Plays of De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre Group is a collection of six original plays that were written by De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre. This Indigenous theatre group is well-established and groundbreaking. Among the plays in this collection are the first play to ever be professionally produced in Ojibwe, the first play created using the Four Directions Creation Process and other works that focus on the foundation teachings of Odawa Midewin, using traditional stories to create theatre and explore modern themes on time-honoured values.
Aan-kii-win: Migrations is a 28-page Ojibwe and English language resource produced for language learners by the Wikwemikong Heritage Organization. The booklet contains four oral history accounts by storytellers Victoria Assinewe, Joe Osawabine, Justine Enosse and Stella Toulouse. The story by Justine Enosse recounts the travels of the Anishinaabeg as they tried to protect their children and on their travels they encountered a Civil War and also came across fleeing slaves. Some of the slaves were adopted into families as they migrated.