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Anishinaabe syndicated : a view from the rez

Author: Jim Northrup
Publisher: St. Paul : Minnesota Historical Society Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Between 1989 and 2001, Indian Country saw enormous changes in treaty rights, casino gambling, language renewal, and tribal sovereignty. Jim Northrup, a thoroughly modern traditional Ojibwe man who writes a monthly syndicated newspaper column, the Fond du Lac Follies, witnessed it all. With humor sometimes gentle, sometimes biting, sometimes broad, these excerpts tally the changes, year by year, as he spears
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Jim Northrup; Jim Northrup
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Northrup
ISBN: 9780873518239 0873518233
OCLC Number: 671238315
Description: xviii, 226 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Didja Ever Notice? --
I Will Snag No More Forever --
American Americans --
A Combat Cornet --
Iron Legs --
Self-Sanding Roads --
Full-Blooded White People --
Indian-Looking Indians --
Treaty Rights Are Not For Sale --
Blue as a White Guy's Eyes --
So Sioux Me --
Smoking Moccasins --
Brown-Bellied Sapsucker.
Responsibility: Jim Northrup ; introduction by Margaret Noori.

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"Between 1989 and 2001, Indian Country saw enormous changes in treaty rights, casino gambling, language renewal, and tribal sovereignty. Jim Northrup, a thoroughly modern traditional Ojibwe man who writes a monthly syndicated newspaper column, the Fond du Lac Follies, witnessed it all. With humor sometimes gentle, sometimes biting, sometimes broad, these excerpts tally the changes, year by year, as he spears walleye, raises a grandson, harvests wild rice and maple sugar, fixes rez cars, attends powwows, and jets across the country and across the ocean to tell stories."--Pub. desc.

"Welcome to the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation website. The Reservation lies in Northeastern Minnesota adjacent to the city of Cloquet, MN, approximately 20 miles west of Duluth, MN. The Fond du Lac Reservation, established by the LaPointe Treaty of 1854, is one of six Reservations inhabited by members of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe."--Www.fdlrez.com.

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