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Birch Bark Scroll #1
This birch bark scroll sits in the Museum of Civilization in Hull, Quebec. It is quite detailed and in need of some tender loving care. This scroll can also be viewed ...
WIIGWAASSABAKOON / BIRCH BARK SCROLLS
This film records an Anishinaabe scroll keeper named Miskomin teaching Native American students about birch bark scrolls, wiigwaasabakoon. It was made by ...
Birch Bark Scrolls
Birch Bark Scroll #4
This is a birch bark scroll that literally made the tobacco dance when we offered it to it. This is a beautiful piece unlike any of the others that I have had the ...
Birch Bark Scroll #2
Birch Bark Scroll #3
This story was composed and drawn by Rainy. It was made in a class about birch bark scrolls, wiigwaasabakoon, taught by Miskomin, an Anishinaabe scroll ...
Making bird sounds using thin piece of a birch bark while in Vladimir, Russia
THE MODERN CHIPPEWA INDIAN 1946 EDUCATIONAL FILM OJIBWE TRIBE 78934
Made in 1946, THE MODERN CHIPPEWA INDIAN shows reservation life in Minnesota in the post-WWII period. Produced by Frederick Jones and Rand Kellogg, ...
Jason Neelis, Associate Professor, Department of Religion and Culture, Wilfrid Laurier University,
Buddhist Stories in Stone and Birch-bark Scrolls: Transmission and transculturation of Gandharan narratives in ancient visual and literary media.
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