3 edition of Manitouwadge, cave of the great spirit found in the catalog.
Manitouwadge, cave of the great spirit
|LC Classifications||FC 3099 M36D42 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Manitouwadge: Cave Of The Great Spirit. History of the Ontario town. Chapters on The Magical Years ( - ), Ojibway Country and Legends, Base Metals Unions and Gold Fields, Mr. Lakehead Freightways & Early Business, The Lumber Influence : Pauline Dean.
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[L Carson Brown; Royal Canadian Geographical Society.; Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.]. Manitouwadge: Great Spirit Writers  (4to) pp. Near fine. Signed with an inscription by the author. Olive leatherette with titles and illustration in copper and green.
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Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons Author: Pauline Dean. Manitouwadge, ON ; Cave of the Great Spirit (Book) ; Pauline Dean (Author) ; History of Manitouwadge ; William Dawd ; Roy Barker ; Jack Forster ; Willroy mine ; Geco Mine Notes Full text available on microfilm Date of Publication 30 May Subject(s).
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Manitouwadge (Manidoowaazh in Ojibwe, meaning "Cave of the Great Spirit") is part of the wide-ranging territory of the Ojibwe people. The town itself was founded by General Engineering Co Limited (later as Noranda and now part of Xstrata) after staking claims in to support of copper y: Canada.
Manitouwadge: cave of the Great Spirit, by L. Carson Brown., Toronto Public Library. Manitouwadge: Cave of the Great Spirit by Dean, Pauline. Great Spirit Writers, " x ".
vi, pp. History of the Ontario town. Numerous b&w photos. Inscribed by the author on the bio page, "For your reading/enjoyment/P.
D./Dec 89". Olive green leatherette covers. Bright clean copy. This book weighs kg, extra postage will be requested. Manitouwadj, an Ojibway word meaning “Cave of the Great Spirit”, is testament to the early inhabitants of the area. Although no written records exist, the nomadic Ojibway Indians have left a distinct impression on the culture of Manitouwadge.
The gist of the book explains the personal as well as tribal identity problems facing the prophets as they similarly declare the return to some form of communal life and the purging of "practices offensive to the Great Spirit".
Cave explains, it is only through the "institution of new rituals", designed to win the favor of the Great Spirit; the Cited by: 1. Buy Manitouwadge: Cave of the Great Spirit 5th ed by L.
Carson Brown (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : L. Carson Brown. I Google-mapped my way around the novel, a cartography of Ojibway territory — Manitouwadge (Cave of the Great Spirit), Gull River, Longlac, Whitesand, Ginoogaming.
Red. "Manitou" is a term for the "Great Spirit," in its most basic interpretation. The main street through the town is a direct route to Pikes Peak.
One of the town's major attractions, Briarhurst Manor, is a Victorian manor house built in by the founder of Manitou Springs, Dr. William Abraham Bell (Ap –June 6, ).Author: Loren Coleman.
Enclosed in the foundation stone were a Book of Common Prayer, a list of the members of the parish, and a list of parish organizations. The name for the church came from a suggestion that “Manitouwadge” means “home or cave of the Great Spirit”.
Manitouwadge: | | | |Manitouwadge|| ||Manidoowaazh|| | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.Manitouwadge (Manidoowaazh in Ojibwe, meaning "Cave of the Great Spirit") was part of the range of the nomadic Ojibwe indigenous people.
The town was founded by Noranda (now part of Xstrata) in the early s to support the company's Geco copper mine.Manitouwadge Archival & Historical Museum situated in the former Anglican church is home to many different artifacts and history about our town. (1) 08/29/ Hey Manitouwadge on Behalf of the Manitouwadge Museum and Summer Attendants we would like to thank everyone for coming out to visit us this summer.
The museum will be closing on Friday.