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-__________, Puhpohwee for the people: a narrative account of some uses of fungi among the Ahnishinaubeg, 1978 (printed booklet) -__________, "Some meaning of the directional emphases in Anishinaubeg tradition" (electrostatic copy of typescript of student paper) -Edward S. Rogers, Ojibwa fisheries in northwestern Ontario, 1972 (printed booklet) ...

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The following are stories in English, mostly told by Maggie Wilson during 1932-1933 and recorded by her daughter Janet, whose spellings have usually been followed. Many of the stories are about women. Many are abbreviated life stories. Except where otherwise noted, all the stories are the original manuscripts. Maggie Wilson's spelling and phraseolo...

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