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Center for Native American Studies
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Phone 906-227-1397 
Fax 906-227-1396

         

Voice on the Water













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Voice on the Water: 
Great Lakes Native America Now
 

 
A collaboration of stories, poems, art, and verse to portray the contemporary American Indian life in Michigan.

Book $19.95
plus tax


Booksellers may contact Rebecca Tavernini at NMU Press, 906-227-2720 or nmupress@nmu.edu 

      

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Canvas Tote Bag

This "Gift is in the Journey" canvas tote was designed by the Center for Native American Studies. Tote is big enough for Laptops!

Tote $12.00



AnishCD






Diiva miinwaa Davis,
Anishinaabe Nagamowinan
 

Helen Roy, Wikwemikong Unceded Territory, joins David Fuhst, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, in a new collection of songs translated into Anishinaabemowin.      

Entertainment for all levels and all ages of Anishinaabe speakers.  Use this as a tool to teach and learn the language.

CD $16.00



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Diiva miinwaa Davis,
Pop Songs Anishinaabe'amaadeg

Helen Roy, Wikwemikong Unceded Territory, and David Fuhst, White Earth Band of Ojibwe, put their musical talents together to create this collection of songs.  Using popular songs, they translated the lyrics into Anishinaabemowin and added their own touch of music. 

Entertainment for all levels and all ages of Anishinaabe speakers.  Use this as a tool to teach and learn the language. 


CD $16.00

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Earl's Wigwam

In 2003, Earl Otchingwanigan shared his knowledge of building a traditional wigwam at a campground in Crystal Falls, Michigan.  The process was  documented by the Center for Native American Studies staff.  "Earl’s Wigwam” was a collaboration between the Center for Native American  Studies, Hannahville Indian School, and  Earl Otchingwanigan.  

Available for purchase in two formats. 

VHS $35.00

DVD $40.00


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Nendan Gegii - I Vote! 

Bumper Sticker $1.00