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Transcript of James Bartleman
Rose hips are a fruit of the rose plants. It starts to grow in spring or early summer. Did you know that rose hips are really useful in different ways. Like it used for herbal teas, jam, jelly, syrup, rose hip soup, beverages, pies, bread, wine, and marmalade. They can also be eaten raw, like a berry. Also rose hips can be a fragrance smell. They are
really high on vitamin C and they are really healthy for your face. Did
you know that they are the richest
plant source available.
James Bartleman was also a author of first nation books. Like " As long as the river flows". This book was the bestselling author novels. He makes many non-fiction books. The book was about the Métis and Inuit Literature. The book was also published on 2011.
James Karl Bartleman was born in
December 24 1939 Orillia Ontario.
Bartleman grew up in Muskoka, town
of Port Carling.He was also a member of Chippewas of Mnjikaning First Nation. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, in 1963. Did you know that James was
also a author of a book called " as long as the rivers
flow" . Bartleman was also the first aborignal
governor. Also he was a 27th governor of
Did you know that James was also a
27 th Governer of the Ontario on March 7
2002. What he did as a governor was he reduced stigma of mental illness, fought against racism and discrimination and last
he promoted literacy among First Nations children. He also gave out 1.2 million books to stock school libraries in First Nations communities.
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