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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 Med...

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 ...

Birch Bark Scrolls

This is a video for a project on Native American birch bark scroll.

Birch Bark Scroll #2

This scroll is also in the Museum of Civilization and has some reference to the four miido or the beings that sit in the four directions. This scroll can als...

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 ha...

Birch Bark Scroll #3

This birch bark scroll is unlike the others the Museum of Civilization collections. Since it did not use the layer of birch bark commonly used. In my opinion...

Nagaajiwanaang -- Birch Bark Biting

Dale Kakkak talks with Denise Lajimodiere who was teaching Birch Bark Biting at the 3rd Nagaajiwanaang (Fond du Lac) Language Camp. Denise demonstrates how t...

Tuohitaidetta / Art from Bark

A short film about Raimo Malila, an artist from Muonio, Finland, who creates "paintings" with birch bark. Directed & Shot: Jussi Kuoppasalmi Editing: Jari Pe...

July 5 2009 Maniwiigwaase

Maniwiigwaase Birch is the name of any tree of the genus Betula (pronounced /ˈbɛtjʊlə/ Bé-tu-la),[1] in the family Betulaceae, closely related to the beech/o...

The Road to Indian Market 2010: Birch Bark Biting Artist and Jewelry Designer Wanesia Misquadace

Wanesia Misquadace is a member of the Fond du Lac, MN arm of the Ojibwe tribe. She has been doing SWAIA Indian Market for 5 years and is an accomplished jewe...

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