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The childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa : and sixty-four pen sketches

Author: Albert Ernest Jenks
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : The American Thresherman, 1900.
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As Ji-Shib grows up, he learns the ways of his people living together, learning medicine, preparing for war and living through an attack by another tribe, until, after his fasting, he receives a vision and becomes a man. The story is told from the viewpoint of the little boy and from the viewpoint of his guardian spirit, the beaver.
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Jenks, Albert Ernest, 1869-1953.
Childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa.
Madison, Wis., The American thresherman, 1900
(OCoLC)613042409
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Ernest Jenks
OCLC Number: 1832051
Notes: Ornamental borders.
Description: 130 pages : frontispiece, illustrations, plates ; 19 x 15 cm
Responsibility: by Albert Ernest Jenks.

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As Ji-Shib grows up, he learns the ways of his people living together, learning medicine, preparing for war and living through an attack by another tribe, until, after his fasting, he receives a vision and becomes a man. The story is told from the viewpoint of the little boy and from the viewpoint of his guardian spirit, the beaver.

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