Native American oral folktale about the Shingabiss, a creature who was orphaned and doesn't know how to prepare for winter. From the Tape Sleeve: Keewaydinoquay, an Ojibwa from Michigan, will meet visitors and talk about Indian healing tommorrow at 1:30 PM in the American Indian Archaeological Institute, Route 199, Washington, Conn. Keewaydinoquay, "Woman-of-the-Northwest-Wind", is a member of the Crane Clan of the Anishinaabeg Nation. Apprenticed at the age of nine to an Ojibwa mahkwe, she was initiated into the Midewiwin, the Ojibwa medicine society. She has practiced healing for more than 50 years. Admission is by donation.
Society, Greater Danbury Intercultural. “Shingabiss: A Merry-Hearted Tale of Self Reliance told by Anishinaabemowin(?).” Greater Danbury Intercultural Association Interviews, OH002. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 21 Nov. 2019.
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