Nanabozho the Anishinabe Trickster, forge new worlds out of water and soil with the help of unlikely companions: beaver, muskrat, otter, elder, youth, Indian, white.
In memory of Aubrey A. Lyons, grandfather and new elder, 1913-1996.
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