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You are here: Home News & Events Library Calendar Film: Indian History of Michigan's Thumb Region

Film: Indian History of Michigan's Thumb Region

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When June 24, 2011
from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Michigan's Thumb region is rich in Native American history, dating back to the ancient times.  This presentation visually portrays the life and times of the Anishanabe Indians, known as Chippewa or Ojibwa, who once lived here.  Produced by Al and Dave Eicher.

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