In this fascinating work, associate professor of American studies at the University of Minnesota and Red Lake Ojibwe Nation member Brenda J. Child spotlights the remarkable women of the Ojibwe Nation. A stunning look at a too-seldomly explored subject in history, Holding Our World Together shows how American Indian women have profoundly influenced Native American life-from the days of the European fur trade to the present, in activism, community, and beyond.
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"Author Brenda J. Child presents a comprehensive history of Ojibwe women's contributions to their culture and the roles these women played in a rapidly changing American landscape. Child's work is academic in scope and includes an abundance of quotes and references to historical documents. Narrator Alma Cuervo's clear, confident, and mature voicing as well as her informative tone is appropriate for a work focusing on the importance of the role of Ojibwe women in their society. The quantity of detail and the academic nature of the work, however, can make the book difficult to fully absorb in the audio format. S.E.G. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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