Anton Treuer book receives statewide recognition for telling history of Ojibwe in Minnesota
Anton Treuer's book "Ojibwe in Minnesota" was recently named as the "Best Read in Minnesota 2010" by The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress.
Treuer, a professor at Bemidji State University, hopes the recognition will draw more attention to the issues inside the book rather than to the book itself.
"Ojibwe in Minnesota," part of the "The People of Minnesota" book series, is only 122 pages. But according to Treuer, its handheld size is intentional.
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