Author Archive for Barbara Nolan

Barbara Nolan is a first-speaker of Nishnaabemwin who has spent several decades working with a variety of organizations to revitalize the Nishnaabe language. Most recently, her dream of passing her language on has come true: Barbara has successfully passed her language on to John Paul Montano. This website, barbaranolan.com, is one part of their continuing efforts to help other Nishnaabe people acquire the language.

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Mshiikenh Gaa-zhi-debnang Meshkwaanig Es

December 17, 20120 Comments

Nishnaabe-language immersion by Barbara Nolan: How Turtle Got His Hard Shell. (26 min.)

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Gongwsens Gaa-zhi-debnang Beshaakbii-bkwan

December 10, 20120 Comments

Nishnaabe-language immersion by Barbara Nolan: How Chipmunk Got a Striped Back. (29 min.)

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Mshiikenh Gaa-zhi-ggweji-zhaad Zhaawnong

December 3, 20120 Comments

Nishnaabe-language immersion by Barbara Nolan: How Turtle Attempted to Go South. (22 min.)

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Wenabozho, Mshkiigwminag miinwaa Weweg

November 26, 20120 Comments

Nishnaabe-language immersion by Barbara Nolan: Wenabozho, the Cranberries and the Geese. (22 min.)

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