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Ojibwe elders inspire art, book

Published 07/15/2012, Duluth News Tribune

Sara Balbin opened her first art studio in Old Hayward in the early 1970s in the center of a Lac Courte Oreilles community. There was a group of houses off her front yard and twice-weekly powwows were held about 50 feet from her back door. To the left was the Namekegon River and just over the highway was a traditional Ojibwe burial ground.

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