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By Dylan Miner
Grand Rapids, Michigan: Issue Press, 2013
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 5 1/8" x 8"
Cover: Soft
Binding: staple-bound
Process: RISO Press
Color: 2 colors throughout
Edition size: 200
ISBN: None

Tikibiing Booskikamigaag (Ojibwe for "Spring Lake") is a beautiful RISO-printed booklet by Dylan Miner and printed by our good pal George Wietor's Issue Press in Grand Rapids.

An adaptation of a short description by our friends at the Justseeds collective, which Dylan Miner is a part of:

This 24-page Ojibwe and English book addresses the history of Spring Grove, the original site of Flint, Michigan. The book, part of a larger project, looks at Indigenous history in the area, and includes a series of informational writings and relief prints of edible and medicinal plants on the site: Sumac, Arrowhead, Swamp Milkweed, Red Maple, Blackberries, and Cattail.

We also enjoyed this tough little note from Dylan in the back of the booklet: "Historic photographs were found in various archives. Since settler photographers rarely include the names of Indigenous subjects, I have not included the names of the original photographers."

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