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"In the days of my grandfather" is the Ojibway's preface to all his traditions and legends.
An Ojibway or Chippeway legend tells of a hunter who was greatly devoted to his wife.The Myths of the North American Indians|Lewis Spence
The name was begot of the Ojibway's peculiar manner of lowering the voice at the end of a sentence.Through the Mackenzie Basin|Charles Mair
Algónkin is the general name applied to all tribes that speak the Ojibway language or dialects of it.
Here Ka-be-bon-ikka—the Ojibway's god of storms—flaps his huge wings and makes the Thunder.The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems|H. L. Gordon