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The People Named The Chippewa: Narrative Histories
by Gerald Vizenor Vizenor
University of Minnesota Press, 1984
Paper: 978-0-8166-1306-9
Library of Congress Classification E99.C6V593 1984
Dewey Decimal Classification 970.00497

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Ranging in time and space from Madeline Island and the reservations of northern Minnesota to the urban reservation of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Vizenor recounts the experiences of the Chippewa and their encounters with the white people who "named" them.

"Through some very funny moments, Vizenor raises serious questions for the pan-Indian movements and 'radical' academics. A teacher and scholar wishing to avoid and to correct the mistakes of twentieth-century scholarship in discussing 'Indians,' 'Native Americans' or 'Amerindians' would do well to begin with these stories; they are the strength of the Anishinaabeg." World Literature Today

Gerald Vizenor is the author of Wordarrows (1978), Earthdivers (1981), The Trickster of Liberty (1988), Interior Landscapes (1990), Griever (1990), and Bearheart (1990).

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