By Frances Densmore
Frances Densmore, born in 1867, used to be one of many first ethnologists to concentrate on the examine of yankee Indian track and tradition. Her ebook, first released in 1929, is still an authoritative resource for the tribal background, customs, legends, traditions, artwork, song, financial system, and relaxation actions of the Chippewa Indians of the U.S. and Canada.
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