Chippewa Child Life: And Its Cultural Background (Borealis Books)

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Chippewa Child Life:
And Its Cultural Background (Borealis Books)

Author: M. Inez Hilger

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Book description:
In the 1930s, anthropologist Hilger traveled to nine reservations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan to record traditional Chippewa methods of raising children. Her study captures the essential details of Chippewa family life and provides a comprehensive overview of a fascinating culture.

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