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Ojibway Clans by Mark A. Jacobson - Native Northwest

Ojibway Clans by Mark A. Jacobson - Native Northwest

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Learn about Ojibway Clans with Indigenous Ojibway artist Mark Anthony Jacobson. 

    From the Artist, Mark A. Jacobson: This book is about the clan system of the Ojibway First Nations people of Canada and the animal totems, or spirits, that represent them. The clan system is made up of a group of families that are descended from a common ancestor through family chiefs. This system provides leadership and organization within the community and plays a very important role in our culture, creating harmony and direction for each member of the tribe.

    Features:

    • Soy based ink and water protective coating
    • Made from paper sourced from sustainable forests
    • 24 pages; measures 8.25" x 11.25"
    • Hard Cover

     

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