Illustrated History of the Chippewas of Nawash is history from a First Nation's perspective told in graphic novel format. Polly Keeshig-Tobias researched, wrote and designed this unique history of her community, the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. The story is presented in comic book format with a narrative style that covers eleven episodes. Set in the Saugeen Peninsula of Grey/Bruce Counties of Ontario, the story takes the reader though the periods of history of Native People in Ontario. We are introduced to leading figures that worked to maintain their people's traditional territory. The reader is taken on a 150-year journey that leads to the present-day issues facing Native People in Canada. The research is first-rate since it was based on the documentation assembled by the First Nation's land claims coordinator, and the traditional knowledge of community elders. The story contains direct quotes from speeches, letters and documents as well as Ojibwa words and phrases where appropriate. The appendix contains a lengthy bibliography, maps, the complete text of four treaties, and a glossary. This history can be a useful tool for reluctant readers, and students who require low vocabulary and high interest texts. It was designed for grade 6 to high school. Recommended for anyone wanting to learn more about Native People of Canada in an innovative format.