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Women of Madeline Island
 
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Maureen D. Mack
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Women of Madeline Island

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This is the true story of four strong culture challenging women leaders and teachers who lived in the rugged Lake Superior region. Women selected include Ozhahguscodaywayquay, an Ojibwa woman and her daughter, Jane Johnston Schoolcraft whose lives connect directly to Longfellow's poem, Song of Hiawatha. Also included are English born Emma Mansel Johnson and American born ...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published January 28th 2006 by New Past Press (first published January 2006)
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Karen
Oct 06, 2012 Karen rated it liked it
We visited Madeline Island several years ago and thought it a beautiful spot. I bought a small paperback but tucked it away and forgot about it. It was a well written historical account of some of the women who made a huge impact on a small community and their lives continue to be a large part of the history of that area.
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