Shannon: An Ojibway Dancer

Shannon An Ojibway Dancer In this unique series Native American authors examine their cultural traditions from Navajo rug weaving in the Southwest to wild rice gathering in northern Minnesota Each book describes these custom

  • Title: Shannon: An Ojibway Dancer
  • Author: Sandra King Catherine Whipple
  • ISBN: 9780822596431
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this unique series, Native American authors examine their cultural traditions, from Navajo rug weaving in the Southwest to wild rice gathering in northern Minnesota Each book describes these customs as they are seen through the eyes of the participants and discusses how Native American people maintain their cultural identities in contemporary society.

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    1. This is one of the books in the series “We Are Still Here: Native Americans Today.” The books focus either on a tribe activity or an individual tribe member; this book is an example of the latter type of subject matter.Shannon is 13 and lives in Minneapolis but she belongs to the Mille Lacs Reservation, where she has many family members, and she shawl dances in their annual powwow. Shannon is incredibly appealing. She’s a typical teen yet she respects her heritage, and in addition to her e [...]

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