Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Copy of a land grant to Thomas and Isaac Williams from the Ochihue (or Chippewa, now called Ojibwa) Nation of Indians at Detroit (Mich.). The land is described as lying between the Huron River, land of James Abbott, and Lake St. Clare (sic, Claire). Spelled phonetically, the Ojibwa who signed by making their marks were: Maskiarhe, Misakan, Shaocamalin, and Aseban. On the back are notes certifying the grant as a true copy from the District of Upper Canada, Book B, pages 48-49, signed by W. Roe, Notary Public, Upper Canada, Dec. 6, 1800. Also there is a separate cover sheet describing the copy of the 1780 grant with a notation of being copied in 1797 and registered in book 1, pages 1819-1820, signed by Peter Audrain, Recorder of Wayne County (Mich.). The grant is very brittle and fragile. It is in four pieces, with three more pieces breaking lose. The grant has adhesive stains. Six pages of photocopies are included for easy reading and to preserve the original
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Images of Ojibwa camp life, probably in Ontario, Canada. Includes men on beach of Lake of the Woods, woman standing next to tepee, a family in a canoe, a man mending a canoe, a fish drying rack in front of a tepee, a corn drying rack, and a woman in canoe in a paddy of wild rice
Yale University
Photographs created by David Grant Noble documenting Ojibwa cemeteries in northern Michigan and northern Minnesota, and informal portraits of Ojibwa families from the Leech Lake Band of Chippewa Indians in northern Minnesota, 1971
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Handwritten v. entitled Ojibwa myths and halfbreed tales related by Charles and Charlotte Kabawgam and Jacques LePique, 1893-1895, recorded, with notes, by Homer H. Kidder. The v. includes 74 tales in 323 p. and a 1 p. introduction dated Paris, Feb. 1, 1918. Also included on the microfilm is a newspaper clipping entitled Two local Indian traditions -the Chippewa or Saulk lookout, Saak's Head and the Yellow Dog by Homer H. Kidder, p. 13, newspaper unidentified and undated, with a photograph of a group gathering. The v. is stamped "passed as censored A6 AEF" (probably American Expeditionary Force, [1918?]. Notes on the first page are "91264 Freeman Guide 101 and 2506" [probably an inventory describing the collection?]. Notes at the beginning of the film include: [APS film #] 1394 and [APS manuscript #] 398.2K534. These numbers are identified through the American Philosophical Society (APS)'s catalog record. The original is housed at the APS. This reel is part of the Charles E. Cleland ... Read More
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Studio portraits of Ojibwa chief Hole-in-the-Day, wearing blanket over Euro-American clothes and feathers in his hair; and of two Potawatomi men, one seated in chair wearing peace medal and holding tomahawk, and the other wearing a fringed buckskin shirt
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Photocopy of the minutes of a meeting of the General Council, an Ojibwa(?) tribal organization, on November 3-6, 1931. The minutes include a list of chiefs and secretaries of various Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota tribes, and plans to go to Washington to discuss hunting and fishing rights under the treaty of 1854
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Undated, handwritten lexicon of English words and their Ojibwa counterparts, supplemented with information on keeping time, names of the seasons and months, colors, compass points, and names for various "supreme beings." At the end of the volume are examples of bank drafts, negotiable notes, and receipts, and various poems and literary extracts, none dated later than 1830
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Ojibwa men and women in mixture of Euro-American and traditional dress posed near tepees. Several of men wear beaded garments; the American flag appears in several images. Sitters include Wa-Kon-Da-Du-Tas and "Mr and Mrs" We Chas Ta Was Ta. Also includes pictures of Salish (Flathead) Indians on horseback, in Montana during the visit of Secretary of the Interior, James Rudolph Garfield. According to caption, one image is a picture of Garfield's "Indian escort." One photoprint depicts Yellow Rock, a man dressed in a loin cloth and necklace, dancing
New York Public Library
One volume of Ojibwa (Chippewa Indian) vocabulary
New York Public Library
One volume of Ojibwa (Chippewa Indian) vocabulary