Wild Rice and the Ojibway People
Examines in detail the technology of harvesting and processing the grain, the important place of wild rice in Ojibway ceremony and legend, including the rich social life of the traditional rice camps, and the volatile issues of treaty rights.
- By: Thomas Vennum, Jr.
- Format: Paper, 368 pp., 1988, illus., bibliog., index
- Publisher: MNHS Press
- Product ##: 9780873512268
Praise for Wild Rice and the Ojibway People:
"Highly recommended. Anyone interested in wild rice and the Ojibwa peoples will find the work exciting." -- American Anthropologist