Night Flying Woman : : an Ojibway narrative

Title Night Flying Woman : : an Ojibway narrative
Names Broker, Ignatia.
Length 4 hours, 27 minutes
Book Number DBC17718
Title Status Download Only
Narrator Tuma, Pat.
Language English
Annotation A history of the Minnesota Ojibway people in the 19th century as Native Americans were moved to the White Earth Reservation. This is a biography of the author's great-great-grandmother, Ni-bo-wi-se-gwe (Night Flying Woman or Oona, as she was called) who lived during this time of enormous change. For high school and adult readers.
Medium Digital Books
Audience Notes Female narrator. NLS/BPH
Local Subject For high school and adult readers
Downloadable books
Nonfiction
Talking books
United States - History - 973
Social sciences - Culture & institutions - 306
Social sciences - 300
LC Subject Indians of North America - Minnesota - History
Indians of North America - Minnesota - Social life and customs
Ojibwa Indians - History
Ojibwa Indians - Social life and customs
Call Number 306.08997
Released 2020
Publication Info Minnesota Braille and Talking Book Library, 2020.
Original Publication Recorded from: St. Paul : Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1983.
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