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Rough texture, vines wrapped around, no scent.

POSOH Back Cover of Pīcekan Pemēh Unit

This is a pencil and digital image created by Patrick Foote for use as the back cover of Pīcekaen Pemēh Unit.

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Pīcekan Pemēh Unit Videos

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Pīcekan Pemēh Unit Videos

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Native Lessons

Lessons in this booklet range from the preschool level (P); to the elementary school, junior high/middle school, high school levels (K-12); to the adult level (A). Although most lessons target one or more grades, they can easily be scaled downward for younger students or scaled upward to meet the needs of older students. - from the book
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Ojibwa Language Lesson Book

"The language used in these lessons is spoken by the Chippewa people in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. There may be a few minor differences in pronunciation and grammar among our Algonquin language family but the different peoples can understand each other without much difficulty." -from the book
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Traditional Indian Stories: Selections from the Ojibway, Cherokee, and Hopi Nations

The traditional stories of American Indian people are a rich and exciting form of oral literature. - from the book
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Plants and Their Uses by the Chippewa Indian People: teacher guide

The booklet, Plants and Their Uses by the Chippewa Indian People, is designed for upper elementary students. It can be used to supplement basic concepts taught either in science or social studies classes. - from the book
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Our Art, Our Voices

The Stanford American Indian Organization, founded in October1970 to foster academic and cultural knowledge of the American Indian, has been the conscience and collective voice of the Native American community at Stanford for the past twenty-five years. - from the book
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Costume of the Iroquois

"It is our hope that this pamphlet may encourage others of our own people and those interested in our culture and history to recognize and appreciate the beauty and utility of our own style of dress." - from the book
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Respect for Nature: A Theory of Environmental Ethics

Environmental ethics is concerned with the moral relations that hold between humans and the natural world. - from the book
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Tales From an Indian Lodge

Here in the pages of Tales from an Indian Lodge, Phebe Jewell Nichols seeks to recreate something of the beauty of living so close to the earth and the aspects of that earth -- the wind, the stars at night, the towering forest, the pale flowers of spring, the neighborliness of the birds and animals. - from the book
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ManualOfVascularPlants.jpg

This manual is intended to facilitate the identification of vascular plants growing wild in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. - from the book
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