Anishinabe/Culture

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Introduction to Anishinabe culture[edit]

The goal of this course is to give the informal learner at high-school level or above an introductory glimpse of Anishinabe culture. It is a very basic overview of traditional language, religion, foods, medicine, music, clothing, tools, travel and more, based on the Introduction to Anishinabe Culture and History at our sister project, Wikibooks.

Prerequisites[edit]

Required/suggested materials[edit]

A notebook for discussion questions. No textbooks required, though it may be helpful to print out sections of the Wikibooks textbook.

Lessons[edit]

Lesson 1[edit]

Lesson 1 is a very brief introduction to the history of the Anishinabe and their native lands, to put the culture into better perspective. For more in-depth coverage of the history of the Anishinabe, please see the courses page.

Lesson 2[edit]

Lesson 2 is an overview of the relationship between the Anishinabe and the land: a basic introduction to the natural resources used by the Anishinabe for food, transportation, tools, lodging, medicine and clothing.