Native American Literature-The Chippewa

 

 

CONTENTS:

WHO IS LOUISE ERDRICH?
HYPERTEXTS
AMERICAN INDIAN GAMBLING
POSTMODERNISM LINKS
CHIPPEWA CULTURE

 Who are the Chippewa, Where do they Live, and What is this Ojibwa/Chippewa/Anishinabe thing?
Chippewa Architecture
Chippewa Folklore and Literature
Chippewa Religion
Chippewas & Technology
Chippewa History
Chippewa Art
Chippewa Language

[English 201: Native American Literature Homepage] [Prof. Laura Arnold] [Department of English] [American Studies] [Reed College]


WHO IS LOUISE ERDRICH?

Louise Erdrich is a Member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa


HYPERTEXTS

Reviews of Erdrich's Books:

Other Important Chippewa Writers & Figures:

AMERICAN INDIAN GAMBLING


POSTMODERNISM LINKS


CHIPPEWA CULTURE

Who are the Chippewa, Where do they Live, and What is this Ojibwa/Chippewa/Anishinabe thing?

The above link is a wonderful page which gives extensive information on the various independent bands of Chippewas in the U.S. and Canada. It provides information on where they live today and where they lived before colonization as well asgeneral cultural and histroical information. Click here for a geneology of one of the Chippewa bands and for Native American Geneologies in general.

Chippewa Architecture

Chippewa Folklore and Literature

This page contains Chippewa quotes, poems, and links to oral tradition. There are also links to treaties. Click here for information on Gambler Myths.

Chippewa Religion

For information on the Lutheran Missions with the Chippewa click here (you will need to scroll down the page).

Chippewas & Technology

This is a link to the Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College Anishinabe Computing Sciences and Engineering Project.

Chippewa History

This is a link to Lee Saltzman's history of the Chippewa; you might also browse his Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa resource.

Chippewa Art

Additionally, visit the Ojibwa Crafts and Arts Gallery.

Chippewa Language

You also might find this link on kinship terms in Ojibwa helpful when completing your readings.


  

 [Reed College] [Department of English] [American Studies] [Prof. Laura Arnold]