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
Outdoor portraits of posed couples, family groups or "braves," sitting inside or in front of reed mat houses or tepees. Some are identified by name or tribe, although some are captioned with contradictory tribe names, e.g. "Blackfoot" on one and "Sioux," on a near-duplicate. Depicted are: Maza-i-casuawin and Anpa-ohdinajin, Chief Black Hawk or Chief Black Head and family, Green Cloud and family. Also includes portrait of Chach-scheb-nee-nick-ah (Young Eagle), a Winnebago man
Minnesota Historical Society
The Minnesota Historical Society Pamphlet Collection contains pamphlets and printed ephemera relating to Ojibwa Indians in Minnesota
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Midewiwin songs -- Sagima songs of Midewiwin -- Scalp dance song -- Three old Ojibwa songs -- Old night dance songs -- Three drinking love songs -- Mocassin game song -- Brave's song -- Women's dance song -- Three songs of the long southern lodge
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
A collection of Ojibwa folklore provided by two informants which Voegelin brought to the Linguistic Institute from Whitefish Lake, Ontario. Some of the recordings may have been made in Ontario. Included are several versions of NanaposĖŒ [Nanabozho] trickster tales, the story of how the whites abused the Indians, Rabbit story, Pitisan, jokes, and unidentitfied narratives
Marquette University - John P. Raynor Library
Photographs of Oglala and Ojibwa Indians in regalia (including Black Elk), birch-bark canoes, and wood-crafted figurines
Marquette University - John P. Raynor Library
Recollections by Ojibwa Indians of the Bad River Reservation in Wisconsin, concerning their history and culture during the 19th and 20th centuries
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Leonard H. Wheeler (1811-1872), an early missionary to the Ojibwa Indians at Madeline Island, Wisconsin (1841-1866), and his family. The Wheelers also founded and operated the Indian boarding school at Odanah, Wisconsin, in 1845. They later moved to Beloit, Wisconsin, where they were prominent in religious and manufacturing circles. The papers mostly consist of correspondence with family, officials at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and other missionaries. Also includes diaries, writings, family photographs, and family library.
Minnesota Historical Society
Views of Grand Portage and Pigeon River areas of northern Minnesota, stockade at Grand Portage National Monument, and Ojibwa Indians. Some of the footage may have been used in Albinson's film "My Chippewa Home Revisited.".
Minnesota Historical Society
Views of Grand Portage and Pigeon River area in northern Minnesota, stockade at Grand Portage National Monument, and Ojibwa Indians. Some of the footage may have been used in Albinson's film "My Chippewa Home Revisited."