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Basil Johnston. Originally collected under the title Moose Meat and Wild Rice, these 22 stories demonstrate the warm-heartedness and good will of the Ojibway Indians. If they are gently satirized, so are the whites who would change them, and with good reason. Government ineptitude and rigid piety are foisted on the Moose Meaters, who have only thirty thousand acres to move around in. Paper. 188 pages.