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  • Long ago, the First People for this was what the word Anishinaabe meant had lived on the shores of the great salt water far to the east.

    IRON LAKE

  • Long ago, the First People for this was what the word Anishinaabe meant had lived on the shores of the great salt water far to the east.

    IRON LAKE

  • To the Ojibwe, whom the white men often called Chippewa but who preferred the name Anishinaabe, which meant Original People, it was known as Maanadamon—Bad Trail—because it was a long portage with stretches of marsh and deep mud.

    Mercy Falls

  • To the Ojibwe, whom the white men often called Chippewa but who preferred the name Anishinaabe, which meant Original People, it was known as Maanadamon—Bad Trail—because it was a long portage with stretches of marsh and deep mud.

    Mercy Falls

  • “They prefer to be called Anishinaabe,” she told him.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • Noopiming, Cork said, using the name the Anishinaabe gave to the Boundary Waters area.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • Noopiming, Cork said, using the name the Anishinaabe gave to the Boundary Waters area.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • “They prefer to be called Anishinaabe,” she told him.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • “They prefer to be called Anishinaabe,” she told him.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

  • Noopiming, Cork said, using the name the Anishinaabe gave to the Boundary Waters area.

    BOUNDARY WATERS

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