The Ojibwa (Anishnabe) are one of the largest Native tribes of North America, and the principal nation in the Algonkian
linguistic family, inhabiting vast areas of the North American forests, lakes and prairies.
Section 2 enters more into detail on the missions among the eastern Iroquoian tribes, the Algonkians
, and the Muskogeans of the American southeast.
Yuwipi, for example, the seance practice of the Lakota, and the Ojibwe shaking tent (Hallowell 1942) are very close to Subarctic shamanism (Grim 1983); the powows of New England Algonkians
probably would be another example.
The Mythology of the Northern and Northeastern Algonkians
In Reference to Algonkian
Mythology as a Whole (pp.
The petroglyphs are generally believed to have been made by Algonkians
, more than a thousand years ago.
Report prepared for the Algonkians
of Barriere lake and the Secretariat Trilateral.
Irving Hallowell identifies as the central value that organizes all Algonkians
' lives and the core of their worldview.
His voluminous descriptions of Native peoples of the East, his comparative work among Algonkians
, and his roster of distinguished students and friends add to his luster.
In their initial efforts to make themselves understood in one another's terms, both the Algonkians
and French sought "cultural congruence" (p.85); they sought analogies between their respective cultures.