Ogichidaa Storytellers Education Resources | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Ogichidaa Storytellers Education Resources

Ogichidaa Storytellers Education Resources | Wisconsin Historical Society
EnlargeOgichidaa Storytellers Education Matertials; "This is our way of life. If we follow this path we will be strong again." - Lee Obizaan Staples, St. Croix Ojibwe

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Ogichidaa (“warrior”) Storytellers, supported by the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC), shares the struggle of the Anishinaabe (also known as Ojibwe or Chippewa) to retain treaty reserved harvesting rights throughout the ceded territories of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan.

This series for students in grades 6-12 includes six videos, each with educational materials created by GLIFWC, the Wisconsin Historical Society, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The educational materials contain lesson plans, enduring understandings, essential questions, vocabulary words, and extension activities.

Videos in the Ogichidaa Storytellers series (links go to the Wisconsin First Nations website):

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