By: Mills, W. Gordon.

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Book Condition: Near Fine

48 pp, 11" H. "An epic retelling in poetic form of the creation myth of the Mississaugas. The author of the poem, W. Gordon Mills, was a businessman with the T. Eaton Company in Toronto in 1923 when he wrote the poem. He was later to serve as Deputy Minister of National Defence for Naval Services in the Second World War. In recognition of his wartime work he was named a Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (CMG). The poem is illustrated by eleven paintings, specially commissioned for this publication. The paintings are the work of Saul Mamakeesick, a young Cree/Ojibway artist from Sandy Lake in Northern Ontario. Mamakeesick's art shows the influence of the Woodland School of Native Art which first began to depict Anishinabeg legendary heroes in its art in the early 1970s." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright


Author Name: Mills, W. Gordon.

Illustrator: Saul Mamakeesick.

Categories: Myths, Legends & Fantasy, Native Peoples, Poetry, Art - First Nations/Indigenous Art, Canada - Folklore/Mythology, Canada - Native Peoples,

Publisher: Toronto, Altona / Natural Heritage: 1992

ISBN Number: 0969572905

ISBN Number 13: 9780969572909

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 24517

Keywords: Mississauga Indians, Poetry, Illustrated works, Ojibwa, Ojibway, Anishinabe, Anishinabeg, Credit River, Southern Ontario, Mythological, Sandy Lake, Woodland School, Wabanooqua, Natowe, Snakes, Sachems, Lodges, Turtle, Choojaska, Mank, Loon, Creation,