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Three Day Road English Project
Transcript of Three Day Road English Project
There is a popular belief that the Native Americans took them as guides. In essence totems are a part of the spiritual journey that each individual must take. Gitche Manitou means “Great Spirit” in many Algonquin languages. The Gitche Manitou while Gichi-ojichaag carried the idea of individual soul’s connection to the Gichi-manitou. Another name for the Gichi-manitou was the Gichi-ojichaag Although Gichi-manitou and Gichi-ojichaag mean the “Great Spirit”, Gichi-manitou actually carried the idea of greater spiritual connectivity Native American Customs
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