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Omaa Akiing
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Wiigwaas Press
Pub Date: 2002
Anton Treuer
Omaa Akiing
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Omaa Akiing

by Anton Treuer

Collected by Anton Treuer from 1991 to 1995, Omaa Akiing contains the stories of five Leech Lake Ojibwe elders. The storytellers include Emma Fisher, Walter "Porky" White, Hartley White, Charles "Scott" Headbird, and Susan Jackson. Omaa Akiing is written entirely in Ojibwe. Originally published by the library of Princeton University to honor the work of alumnus Anton Treuer, Wiigwaas Press acquired the title with permission of the author.

Dr. Anton Treuer (pronounced troy-er) is Professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University and author of 14 books. His equity, education, and cultural work has put him on a path of service throughout the United States and several foreign countries. He has a B.A. from Princeton University and a M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He is Editor of the Oshkaabewis (pronounced o-shkaah-bay-wis) Native Journal, the only academic journal of the Ojibwe language. Dr. Treuer has sat on many organizational boards and has received more than 40 prestigious awards and fellowships, including ones from the American Philosophical Society, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Bush Foundation, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. His published works include Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake OjibweEverything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to AskOjibwe in Minnesota ("Minnesota's Best Read for 2010" by The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress), The Assassination of Hole in the Day (Award of Merit Winner from the American Association for State and Local History), Atlas of Indian NationsMino-doodaading: Dibaajimowinan Ji-mino-ayaangNaadamaading: Dibaajimowinan Ji-nisidotaadingWiijikiiwending, Ezhichigeyang: Ojibwe Word ListAwesiinyensag: Dibaajimowinan Ji-gikinoo'amaageng ("Minnesota's Best Read for 2011" by The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress), Living Our Language: Ojibwe Tales & Oral Histories, Aaniin Ekidong: Ojibwe Vocabulary Project, Indian Nations of North America, and Omaa Akiing.

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