Distribution de Anishinaabe et Anishinini vers 1800

Anishnaabe ou Anishnabek ou Anishnabeg signifie « peuple des origines » (« original people »). Cette appellation inclut les Algonquins, les Outaouais, les Ojibwés et les Potawatomis, des tribus autochtones parlant une racine de langues algonquines présentant une certaine similitude.


Voir aussi


  • Bento-Banai, Edward (2004). Creation - From the Ojibwa. The Mishomis Book.
  • Warren, William W. History of the Ojibway People. Borealis Books (St. Paul, MN: 1984).
  • White, Richard (July 31, 2000). Chippewas of the Sault. The Sault Tribe News.

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  • Portail du Québec Portail du Québec
  • Portail du Canada Portail du Canada
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