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OJBOptical Disk Jukebox
OJBObject Relational Bridge
OJBOjibway (language)
OJBOnline Journal of Bioinformatics (est. 1996)
OJBOrthodox Jewish Bible
OJBOberaargau Jura Bahn (German; Swiss railway)
OJBOttawa Jewish Bulletin (est. 1937; newspaper; Canada)
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Since the conclusion of Treaty 3, the Ojibway signatories have maintained that they agreed to share their lands and resources with Europeans, not surrender control of those lands to the Crown.
As the United States debated removing Native peoples whose ancestral lands lay east of the Mississippi, the Odawa and Ojibway entered into treaty negotiations with the federal government.
She and her sisters were walking around the powwow in buckskin dresses and headbands, but they really didn't know if that was their Ojibway culture," Bugera added.
Worlds Between offers multiple story lines, from Brian's troubled past and Maureen's resurfacing one, and the controversial stand they've taken in their new home region of Canada against local industry to the challenges their Ojibway friends face from the encroachment of white settlers and the traditional risks of harsh Canadian winters.
COUNTING | NUMBERS | OJIBWAY LANGUAGE | OJIBWAY ART
Life Stages is an accessible text and can serve as a practical empowerment manual for the hearts, minds and lives of Metis, Cree, Ojibway and Saulteaux women and communities.
This is what Canada has been espousing and Ojibways, its natives, has been believing.
Warren says the origin question has puzzled and still puzzles the "learned civilized world," referring to his predominantly white audience and, of interest, excluding the subject of his work, the Ojibway, from being "puzzled" by this question.
Two Feathers is partnership involving Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation, Pikangikum First Nation, Eagle Lake First Nation and Finland's Wood Tech Group Canada.
But when you found your people you became Ojibway. You became Anishinabe.
In the late 1990s, a cottage community near Winnipeg initiated plans to raise the water level of its ailing lake by draining the nearby "swamp." Upon learning of the project, the Brokenhead Ojibway Nation and Native Orchid Conservation Inc.