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Storytelling

  • Harvey Thompson 36084

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 26, 2015

    Harvey shares a story about how the dogs came to greet each other by sniffing each other's Dii aash. They are looking for the one they lost in a confusion caused by a fire.

  • Karen Drift 36085

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 26, 2015

    Karen tells a story about how the gift of fire came to the people. Nanaboozhoo told his Nokomis that he would be back in 3 days with fire to keep them warm and able to cook.

  • Ken Boney 36086

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 26, 2015

    Ken Boney is an Elder living in the Nett Lake community and shares some of his knowledge about his journey to the Spirit World (the Afterlife) and the teachings that were given to him by this experience. This journey happened in the form of a dream which had a profound affect on his life and his perspective on life and people. This piece concludes with an interview with Ken by Anthony Nichols.

  • Sean Fahrlander 36087

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 26, 2015

    Sean begins with a story about how the Creator observed that the animals were not growing in population in the beginning of the world and the solution was to give the animals a specific sound so that the young could find their mothers. When the Creator got to the Anishinabe, he realized that he had given all the sounds out. The story continues how the sound of the language given to the people is such a powerful thing for the people. Sean continues with other stories in his colorful ability to tell a story.

  • Shane Drift 36088

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 26, 2015

    Shane begins with a story he was told about the 'Hairy men' that live on Spirit Island. Spirit Island is a sacred place for many in the Nett Lake community. Shane continues with stories and teachings about and from his grandmother Jessie Drift. Anthony Nichols concludes this piece with an interview with Shane.

  • Billy Blackwell 36080

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 24, 2015

    Billy Blackwell shares various stories from the Ojibwe culture beginning with the story of how the Anishinabe people came to live in what is known today as Asabiikona saagaa'ig a ning, or in the english langauge Nett Lake. Billy feels strongly about the message of how important it is that these stories are passed along to the Anishinabe people so that our culture and history will not be forgotten.

  • Char Lewis 36081

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 24, 2015

    Char shares a story about a woman that lived deep in the woods. This woman who was making soup refuses to share her soup with others. Nanaboozhoo teaches her a lesson in being a good, sharing person by turning her into a woodpecker.

  • Donald Chosa 36082

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 24, 2015

    Donald tells a story about Nanaboozhoo during a time that Nanaboozhoo was hungry and Nanaboozhoo's efforts to get a meal to satisfy his hunger. Donald's second story is about his grandmother's kidnapping and how she escapes from her owner with her two children. Donald continues with a story about a drum that was made to honor his grandmother. His grandmother meets a dog that talks to his grandmother and this dog was killed as it was not natural for a dog to be talking. This event called for a Shaking Tent ceremony to address that event.

  • Sean Fahrlander humor 36083

    Storytelling

    Production Date: March 24, 2015

    Sean Fahrlander tells us a story about Wanaboozhoo and how Wanaboozhoo wants help from a bird to see what creation looked like from up in the sky. The bird he asks is reluctant to help Wanaboozhoo because of Wanaboozhoo's previous action were not so helpful to birdkind. The story culminates in how the Turkey Vulture got it's look and smell from it's adventure with Wanaboozhoo.

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