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Chiefs and orators....

74

The Ojibways of Red lake.

76

The Ojibways of Cass and Leech lakes.

Heartiness in eating, and fish the staple food...

80

Ojibway gambling; feasts and councils; his ideal.

81

Industry of the women; their servile position...

83

Marriage, and abandoning wife and children.

84

Babyhood and childhood. ..

86

Mechanical ingenuity and skill.

88

Intellectual traits; comparison with the white race.

89

Murder rare, except when due to intoxication.....

Natural politeness and patience.

93

The Christian Ojibway...

94

Treatment of the aged...

96

Tobacco smoking and chewing.

97

Mortality of children.....

97

Aversion to bathing; houses of one room.

98

Hunting and killing game.

Neglect of domestic animals.

101

Great endurance in walking.

103

Longevity; recollections by old men.

105

Habits in work; logging, river driving, gardening..

107

Salutations-Asiatic origin

108

Visiting; deliberateness in thinking and speaking.

108

Ojibway girls and women in housework....

109

Advice to travelers in the Ojibway country.

111

Ojibway personal names...

111

Regard to promises..

112

Expectation of gifts. ...

113

Lack of sympathy; sense of humor.

113

Heathen dances and their influence...

114

United States government agents and schools.

117

Treaties with the Ojibways. ...

120

Payment of annuities; gambling and drinking.

121

Gathering wild rice; indolence of the men.

123

Rations from the government.....

127

Rate of mortality; mixed-bloods increasing.

123

Destructiveness of intemperance.

126

The Ojibway language. .....

127

CIVILIZATION AND CHRISTIANIZATION OF THE OJIBWAYS IN MINNE-

SOTA, by the Right Reverend HENRY B. WHIPPLE, D. D.,

LL. D., Bishop of Minnesota.

.129-142

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