Ojibwa: People of Forests and Praries


The Ojibwa challenge the Navajo and Cherokee as the largest "tribe" today north of Mexico and likely the largest taken as a whole before European contact.  At the zenith of their expansion - about 1800 - they claimed an estate probably greater than any other native American people north of the Rio Grande, with the possible exception of the Algonkian-speaking Cree.  Beautifully illustrated with stunning photographs and illustrations, Ojibwa is an excellent resource for anyone interested in Native American culture. hardcover