Kids of all cultures journey through time with the Ojibwe people as their guide to the Good Path and its universal lessons of courage, cooperation, and honor. Through traditional native tales, hear about Grandmother Moon, the mysterious Megis shell, and the souls of plants and animals. Through Ojibwe history, learn how trading posts, treaties, and warfare affected Native Americans. Through activities designed especially for kids, discover fun ways to follow the Good Path's timeless wisdom every day.The women would open storage pits where the previous fall they had put food: bags of wild rice, potatoes, and dried apples and blueberries, pin cherries, chokecher- ries, gooseberries, and cranberries. The berries would be mixed and eatenanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Good Path|
|Author||:||Thomas D. Peacock, Marlene Wisuri|
|Publisher||:||Minnesota Historical Society - 2009-12-01|