Camera Ojibwe - The Photos

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Camera Ojibwe - The Photos

By: admin | Podcasts and Slideshows | January 9, 2008
Diane Adams-Graf, Curator of Sound & Visual Collections, and Marcia Anderson, Senior Curator, discuss photographs featured in the 2007 exhibit "Camera Ojibwe."

We Are at Home, the book by Bruce White that inspired "Camera Ojibwe," is available in the Online Store.

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