Ojibway Story of the Birch Tree


Published on Mar 3, 2013

Traditional Ojibway story of the Weegwas (Birch Tree), as told to me by my friend Ojibway Joe.

Joe is now resting from the toils of this life with the ancestors of his people. Again I will see you my friend.

Background music is the Ojibway Prayer Song.

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4 Responses to Ojibway Story of the Birch Tree

  1. KOYOTE says:

    I LIKE THE OLD STORIES. THANKS GALEN…..

  2. mary in TX says:

    the old ways are the ways of man and they will return whether by choice or circumstance

  3. 'ol stewbum says:

    Thank you.

  4. DL. says:

    Knew an Ojibway woman once, who had been abused at an Orphanage run by the Catholic Church near St. Johns, New Brunswick in Canada. Thanks.

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