We Have the Right to Exist: A Translation of Aboriginal Indigenous Thought : The First Book Ever Published from an Ahnishinahbae oJibway Perspective

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We Have the Right to Exist:
A Translation of Aboriginal Indigenous Thought :
The First Book Ever Published from an
Ahnishinahbae oJibway Perspective

Author: Wub-E-Ke-Niew

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Book description:
An Ahnishinabae ojibway view of American history

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