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Âh-âyîtaw isi ê-kî-kiskêyihtahkik maskihkiy = They knew both sides of medicine : Cree tales of curing and cursing

Author: Alice Ahenakew; Freda Ahenakew; H Christoph Wolfart; Algonquian Text Society.
Publisher: [Winnipeg] : University of Manitoba Press, 2000.
Series: Publications of the Algonquian Text Society.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CreeView all editions and formats
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"Born in 1912, Mrs. Alice Ahenakew grew up in a traditional Cree community in north-central Saskatchewan. As a young woman, she married Andrew Ahenakew, a member of the prominent Saskatchewan family, who later became a well-known Anglican priest and Cree healer." "Mrs. Ahenakew's personal reminiscences include stories of her childhood, courtship and marriage, as well as an account of the 1918 influenza epidemic and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Ahenakew; Freda Ahenakew; H Christoph Wolfart; Algonquian Text Society.
ISBN: 0887556493 9780887556494
OCLC Number: 850177743
Notes: Text in Cree with English translation.
Description: viii, 314 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Case histories of living practice / H.C. Wolfart --
pt. I. Anglican priest and Cree healer --
1. Coping with a Windigo and the great epidemic --
2. Courtship and marriage --
3. A tour of England --
4. The priest's bear medicine --
pt. II. Strange new world --
5. Good times in a hard life --
6. A throw-away society --
7. An ungodly smell --
8. Facing the other --
pt. III. Powers of good and evil --
9. Escaping a Windigo and starvation --
10. Seeking refuge --
11. A dreadful curse (first telling) --
12. A dreadful curse (second telling).
Series Title: Publications of the Algonquian Text Society.
Other Titles: They knew both sides of medicine
Responsibility: told by Alice Ahenakew ; edited, translated and with a glossary by H.C. Wolfart & Freda Ahenakew.

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Born in 1912, Alice Ahenakew was brought up in a traditional Cree community in Saskatchewan. As a young woman, she married Andrew Ahenakew, a member of a prominent Saskatchewan family, who later  Read more...

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