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An investigation into the symbol of Native heritage. In Ojibwe (or Chippewa in the United States) culture a dream catcher is a hand-crafted willow hoop with woven netting that is decorated with sacred and personal items such as feathers and beads. The Native American tradition of making dream catchers--hoops hung by the Ojibwe on their children's cradleboards to "catch" bad dreams--is rich in history and tradition. Although the exact genesis of this...
Sleeping Bear Press
"This is the story of an enduring friendship between an Ojibwe girl and a Dakotah boy, and how their kindness towards one another brings healing to a tribe, and gives the beautiful land of Minnesota its name"--Provided by publisher.
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