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Grey Owl

The Ojibwa taught Archie their ideas about life and nature. He became angry at the “white man” for treating Indians and nature badly.

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Grey Owl was the most famous North American Indian in the world in the 1930s. He wanted to protect the forests and animals of Canada. But Grey Owl also had a big secret. This book tells his true story. (pdf)

A Book of Grey Owl
Pages from the Writings of WA-SHA-QUON-ASIN Edited by E. E. Reynolds With Preface by Lovat Dickson (pdf)

Tales of an Empty Cabin (pdf)

The Men of the Last Frontier
By Grey Owl (1931) (pdf)

The Legend of Grey Owl

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