Book launch on Alberta reserve highlights Indigenous clergyman’s legacy – APTN

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Book launch on Alberta reserve highlights Indigenous clergyman’s legacy – APTN

by ahnationtalk on August 27, 2015326 Views

August 25, 2015

The legacy of Henry Bird Steinhauer lives on 120 years after his death.

Known as a clergyman, a teacher and role model, the story of this Ojibway man’s life and accomplishments is one long waiting to be told.

Steinhauer’s great-grandson, Melvin Steinhauer, 73, wrote Shawahnekizhek-Henry Bird Steinhauer: Child of Two Cultures over the last 13 years on a promise he made his dad.

A book launch was held on Aug. 14 at the Whitefish First Nation in northern Alberta where Henry Steinhauer eventually settled, raised a family and influenced the small community.

Read More: http://aptn.ca/news/2015/08/25/book-launch-on-alberta-reserve-highlights-indigenous-clergymans-legacy/

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