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  1. says:

    In this collection of ten years worth of Fond du Lac Follies columns, Jim Northrup provides a slice of life look at Indian Country in the 21st century He reflects on many trips to various cultural events in which he shares the Ojibwe language and the making birch bark baskets as well as reunions with fellow veterans of the Vietnam War Along the way you follow his seasonal harvesting of maple syrup and wild rice manoomin, as he decides to start calling it and watch as his family grows and he helps pass along traditions.I ve had the good fortune to read a few good Native American writers, among them William Least Heat Moon and Sherman Alexie Northrup keeps a pretty singular perspective, reflecting on the everyday realities of a culture he is proud to represent His thoughts reflect the residents of a reservation as retaining a distinct national identity Sometimes he ll talk abou...

  2. says:

    I am really loving Jim Northrup Two weeks ago when driving by Sawyer MN on my way to from the BWCA, I kept thinking, maybe Jim Northrup is driving right now in town and I ll see him I didn t.

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Rez Salute Since 2001, Indian Country Has Seen Great Changes, Touching Everything From Treaty Rights To Sovereignty Issues To The Rise And Sometimes The Fall Of Gambling And Casinos With Unsparing Honesty And A Good Dose Of Humor, Jim Northrup Takes Readers Through The Last Decade, Looking At The Changes In Indian Country, As Well As Daily Life On The Rez.

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Rez Salute
  • Jim Northrup
  • English
  • 18 November 2019
  • 9781555917623

About the Author: Jim Northrup

Jim Northrup was a Native American columnist, author, poet, and playwright.