Drawings and Paintings of Daphne Odjig: A Retrospective Exhibition, The, paper ed

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OUT OF STOCK  Daphne Odjig's artistic career is rooted in her personal history and experiences as a self-taught First Nations artist and woman. Of mixed English and Potawatomi descent, Odjig grew up in the village of Wikwemikong on Manitoulin Island, where she experienced the culture of her ancestors. Her grandfather, Jonas Odjig, was a great influence in her life, teaching her Potawatomi traditions, customs and legends, and the rich pictorial styles of the art of the Anishinaabe.

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North American Indians Today: Potawatomi, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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North American Indians Today: Potawatomi is one of the titles in the Mason Crest Publishers series about Native Americans in contemporary society. The series is edited by Martha McCollough, professor of ethnohistory and contemporary Native American issues at the University of Nebraska. The series intends to overcome common misconceptions and stereotypes about Native North American Indians by providing students with information about the ways contemporary Native Americans work to preserve and maintain their culture as well as developing strong economies.

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Daphne Odjig: Four Decades of Prints, hardcover ed

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Daphne Odjig: Four Decades of Prints is the exhibition catalogue that accompanied the Kamloops Art Gallery's 2005 exhibition of Odjig's prints selected from her outstanding career. Daphne Odjig (1919- ) was born on Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island to a Potawatomi father and his English war-bride wife. Norval Morrisseau has called Daphne Odjig, "Picasso's Grandmother." Art historians consider her one of the Indian Group of Seven along with Jackson Beardy, Carl Ray, Joseph Sanchez, Eddy Cobiness, Norval Morrisseau and Alex Janvier.

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Daphne Odjig: Four Decades of Prints, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT Daphne Odjig: Four Decades of Prints is the exhibition catalogue that accompanied the Kamloops Art Gallery's 2005 exhibition of Odjig's prints selected from her outstanding career. Daphne Odjig (1919- ) was born on Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island to a Potawatomi father and his English war-bride wife. Norval Morrisseau has called Daphne Odjig, "Picasso's Grandmother." Art historians consider her one of the Indian Group of Seven along with Jackson Beardy, Carl Ray, Joseph Sanchez, Eddy Cobiness, Norval Morrisseau and Alex Janvier.

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Rethinking Michigan Indian History, paper ed

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Rethinking Michigan Indian History is a new teacher resource that provides lesson ideas for challenging current understandings of Ojibwe, Odawa, Potawatomi and Wendat of Michigan. With resources ideal for grade four to high school and beyond, this teacher guide tackles common stereotypes, treaties, heroes, and the role of maps in understanding history. Divided into four sections, the book looks at common stereotypes of Native Americans and First Nations found in sports mascots, advertising, and visual images found in any classroom.

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Curriculum Resource: Moose Deer Point First Nation, A OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher. A Curriculum Resource: Moose Deer Point First Nation is a community profile designed to meet the expectations outlined in the Ontario grade 6 Social Studies, Heritage and Citizenship: Aboriginal Peoples strand. Created and written by members of the Ogemawahj Tribal Council, this profile of Moose Deer Point First Nation introduces students to the contemporary First Nation community situated in the Parry Sound area of Ontario.

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