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Wisconsin Indian Literature Anthology of Native Voices

ISBN-10: 0299220648
ISBN-13: 9780299220648
Edition: 2006
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Description: "Literature of the Indian Nations of Wisconsin" is a unique anthology that presents the oral traditions, legends, speeches, myths, histories, literature, and historically significant documents of the current twelve independent bands and Indian  More...

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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Publication date: 11/29/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 426
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

"Literature of the Indian Nations of Wisconsin" is a unique anthology that presents the oral traditions, legends, speeches, myths, histories, literature, and historically significant documents of the current twelve independent bands and Indian Nations of Wisconsin. Kathleen Tigerman sought input from tribe elders and educators to provide an accurate chronological portrait of each nation, including the Siouan Ho-Chunk; the Algonquian Menominee, Ojibwe, and Potawatomi; and three groups originally from what is now New York State: the Iroquoian Oneida, the Stockbridge-Munsee band of the Mohican Nations, and the Brothertown Nation. Some of these works feature a cultural hero or refer to very ancient times--more than six thousand years ago--and others are contemporary. These pieces focus on issues of Wisconsin Native communities by sharing Native knowledge and dialogue about sovereignty, decolonization, cultural genocide, forced removals, assimilation, and other concerns. This anthology introduces us to a vivid and unforgettable group of voices, enhanced by many maps, photographs, and chronologies. "Literature of the Indian Nations of Wisconsin" fosters cross-cultural understanding among non-Native readers and the people of the First Nations.

List of Illustrations
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Wisconsin Indian Nation Chronology
Introduction
Literature of the Menominee Nation
Creation Story-Verna Fowler, Menominee
The People Who Live with the Seasons-Verna Fowler, Menominee
From Native Copper to the Fur Trade-Waioskasit, Menominee
Manabozho and the Wolves-Louis Pigeon, Menominee
Trickster Tales-John V Satterlee, Menominee
Manabozho Plays Lacrosse-John V Satterlee, Menominee
Me'napus and the Buzzard-Jerome Lawe, Menominee
Menominee Medicine Bundle-Anonymous, Menominee
Struggle for Land and Timber-Verna Fowler, Menominee
You Do Not Seem to Know Us - Kaushkannaniew (or Grizzly Bear), Menominee
Resistance to the Timber Barons-Neopit, Menominee
Termination and Restoration-Verna Fowler, Menominee
The Power Came from the People-Ada Deer, Menominee
Menominee Termination-DRUMS Committee, Menominee
Current Resource Extraction-John Teller, Menominee
The Power Comes from Within-Ingrid Washinawatok, Menominee
Literature of the Ho-Chunk Nation
Sovereignty in a Spiritual Landscape-Lyle Greendeer, Ho-Chunk
Not an Ordinary Place-Tom Hopinkah, Ho-Ghunk
Gottschall Rockshelter and the Epic of Red Horn - Sam Blowsnake, Ho-Chunk
Origin Story of Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin-Waukon G. Smith, Ho-Ghunk
Frenchmen Arrive-Anonymous, Ho-Chunk
It Was Not a Sale; It Was a Loan-Four Legs, Ho-Ghunk
Theft of the Lead Mining District-Nawkaw Garamani, Ho-Chunk
Red Bird Surrenders-Red Bird, Ho-Chunk
The Treaty of 1829-Waukon Decora, Ho-Chunk
Do You Want Our Wigwams? You Live in Palaces!- Little Elk Caramani, Ho-Chunk
Where in the Name of God Shall We Live?-Little Elk Garamani, Ho-Chunk
The Black Hawk War-Little Elk Garamani, Ho-Chunk
If They Did Not Sign, He Would Kill Them-Dandy Ho-Chunk
Forced Removals: The Ho-Chunk Trail of Tears- Winneshiek, Shaking Earth Garamani, Big Hawk, and Black Hawk; Ho-Chunk
Mountain Wolf Woman: The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian-Mountain Wolf Woman, Ho-Chunk
A Ho-Chunk Autobiography-Sam Blowsnake (a.k.a. Crashing Thunder), Ho-Chunk
Trickster Tales-Waukon G. Smith, Ho-Chunk
Wak'djunk'aga and the Car-Dawn Makes Strong Move, Ho-Chunk
How It Is Today-Jim Funmaker, Ho-Chunk
Literature of the Ojibwe Nation
The Anishinabe-Patty Loew, Bad River Ojibwe
The Great Flood-Edward Benton-Banai, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Where Food Grows on Water-Patty Loew, Bad River Ojibwe
The Indian Always Talks to the Spirit-Archie Mosay (or Niibaa-giizhig), St. Croix Ojibwe
Creation Story-Edward Benton-Banai, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Spearfishing-Walt Bresette, Red Cliff Chippewa
It Gives Me a Strong Feeling-Nick Hockings, Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe
The Flooding of Pahquahwong-William Wolf, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Abrogating the Treaty-Pimosegejig, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Cultural Genocide -Patty Loew, Bad River Ojibwe
Elders Refuse to Move-Edward Benton-Banai, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Dealing with Mooskadoojiigan (The Place That Was Flooded)-gaiashkibos, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Drum of the People-gaiashkibos, Lac Courte Oreille Ojibwe
Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa-Fred Ackly, Sokaogon Chippewa
From Aboard the Night Train-Kimberly Blaeser, White Earth Ojibwe
Avian Messiah and Mistress Media-Andrew Connors, Bad River Ojibwe
My Mother and I Had a Discussion One Day-Denise Sweet, White Earth Ojibwe
Sage Dreams-Danielle M. Hornett, Bad River Ojibwe
The Importance of Madeline Island-William Whipple Warren, Madeline Island Ojibwe
Literature of the Potawatomi Nation
The Creation of the World-Wapuka, Potawatomi
We All Sing-Anonymous, Potawatomi
Now We All Move-Anonymous, Potawatomi
The Trail of Death: Potawatomi Diaspora-Susan Campbell, Citizen Potawatomi Nation
Chief Menominee's Petition-Chief Menominee, Potawatomi
I Am Not Going to Leave My Lands-Chief Menominee, Potawatomi
The Story of a Faithful Wife-John Nuwi, Wisconsin Potawatomi
How Mko Lost His Tail-Lee White, Forest County Potawatomi
Now I Raise My Hand-Anonymous, Potawatomi
Dance with Our Mother Earth-Anonymous, Potawatomi
One People: The Ojibwe, Ottawa, and Potawatomi-Oral Tradition, Potawatomi
The Origin of Tobacco-Oral Tradition, Potawatomi
The Adventure of a Poor Man-Oral Tradition, Potawatomi
They Will Sometime Find Their Mistakes-Shawequet, Potawatomi
Queen of the Woods-Simon Pokagon, Potawatomi
Literature of the Oneida Nation
The Thanksgiving Address-The Oneida Nation
The Oneida Creation Story-Demus Elm and Harvey Antone, Oneida
People of the Standing Stone-Thelma Cornelius McLester, Oneida
Jigonsaseh, Mother of Nations-John C. Mohawk, Seneca
The Peacemaker-Mohawk People, Haudenosaunee Oral Tradition
The Great Law of Peace-Peacemaker, Huron
Matriarchy-Peacemaker, Huron
Did You Hear Wind Sing Your Name?: An Oneida Song of Spring-Sandra De Coteau Orie, Oneida
Oneida Counsel Peace between Two Brothers-Oneida Headmen
Oneida Reject Offer of Christian Education-Oneida Headmen
Forced from New York in the 1820s-Daniel Bread, Oneida
No! You Will Not Drive Us from Our Lands-Onon-gwat-go (or Reverend Cornelius Hill), Oneida
The Way They Used to Get Married-Katie Cornelius, Oneida
Broken Spine and His Wife-Sarah Summers, Oneida
Philadelphia Flowers-Roberta J. Hill, Oneida
The Long Parenthesis-Roberta J. Hill, Oneida
Evening at the Warbonnet-Bruce King, Haudenosaunee-Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
Interview with a Midwife - Carol Cornelius, Oneida/Mahican; and Katsi Cook, Mohawk
Literature of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Traditional Teachings-Hendrick Aupaumut, Mohican
Mama's Little One-Kristina Heath Potrykus, Mohican and Menominee
Ancestral Voices-Cathy J. Caldwell, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Historical Overview-Dorothy W. Davids, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
We Have No More Land-Mohican Headmen
That Our Children Not Be Taken Away from Us for Debt-Chief Konkapot, Mohican
Watching My Daughter Sleep-Cathy J. Caldwell, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Not Tyrants over Any Nation-Hendrick Aupaumut, Mohican
Hunting Now Is Grown Very Scarce-Stockbridge Headmen
Return to Me That Land That Is Justly Mine-Johannis Mtohksin, Jacob Naunauphtaunk, and Solomon Uhhaunauwaunmut; Stockbridge
Former Concentration Camp and Cemetery: Now a Recreation Area?-Muhheconneuk Intertribal Committee on Deer Island
Thanksgiving-Dorothy W. Davids, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Mohican Diplomat-Hendrick Aupaumut, Mohican
Daniel Nimham, Mohican Sachem-Dorothy W. Davids, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Chief Nimham, Hero of Van Cortlandt's Woods-Eva Jean Bowman, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Conversion-Dorothy W Davids, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Matrilineage and Democracy-Hendrick Aupaumut, Mohican
Grandmother Moon-Cathy J. Caldwell, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Eunice Stick-Nicole Hirthe and Brad Pecore, Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican
Literature of the Brothertown Nation
Brothertown Indian Nation of Wisconsin-Brothertown Indian Nation
Mission Statement-Brothertown Indian Nation
First of the Mohegans-Uncas, Mohegan
To Settle My Posterity to Walk in the Straight Path-Uncas, Mohegan
Massacre of Pequot at Mystic in 1637-Miantonomi, Narragansett
Narragansett Act of Submission-Canonicus, Pessicus, and Mixam; Narragansett
Our Forefathers Had Everything in Great Plenty-Henry Quaquaquid and Robert Ashpo, Mohegan
A Mohegan Minister's Autobiography-Samson Occum, Mohegan
The Diary of Samson Occum-Jim Ottery, Brothertown
An Execution Sermon-Samson Occum, Mohegan
Nation Building and Cultural Adaptation-Joseph Johnson, Mohegan
Second Speech to the Oneidas-Joseph Johnson, Mohegan
Eulogy on King Philip-William Apess, Pequot
Protectors of Mary Rowlandson-Sam Sachem, Kutquen, Quassohit, and Peter Jethro; Algonquians
Out-Skating the Devil-Caroline K. Andler, Brothertown
Makia'wisag, or "Little People"-Fidelia Fielding, Mohegan
A Son of the Forest-William Apess, Pequot
Sketch of the Brothertown Indians-Thomas Commuck, Brothertown
Rhetorical Sovereignty-Jim Ottery, Brothertown
Petition for Federal Acknowledgement as an American Indian Tribe-Brothertown Indian Nation of Wisconsin
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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