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Ruby Slipperjack, 1952-


Ruby Slipperjack was born in Whitewater Lake, Ontario, where she was raised on traditional stories and crafts. Slipperjack attended Shingwauk Residential School in Sault Ste. Marie and high school in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She earned her B.A. and B.Ed. from Lakehead University in 1989. Slipperjack is also an accomplished painter. Ruby is from the Fort Hope Indian Band in Ontario. Currently, she is a faculty member in the Department of Indigenous Learning at Lakehead University.


Online resources by or about Ruby Slipperjack:

Curriculum Vitae: Ruby Slipperjack-Farrell
Author: Ruby Slipperjack-Farrell
Type: authorbio
Description: A summary of Ruby Slipperjack-Farrell’s education, professional experiences, and publications.

URL: http://flash.lakeheadu.ca/~rfarrell/rubycv.html

Indigenous Learning – Professor R. Farrell
Author: Ruby Slipperjack-Farrell
Type: authorbio
Description: The author’s web page on the Lakehead University Department of Indigenous Learning’s web site. Includes photo.

URL: http://www.LakeheadU.ca/~indigwww/rfarrell.html

Books by Ruby Slipperjack:

Slipperjack, Ruby. Honour the sun
Winnipeg : Pemmican Publications, 1987.
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 091914344X

Slipperjack, Ruby. Silent words
Saskatoon, Sask : Fifth House Publishers, 1992.
Genre: Fiction

Slipperjack, Ruby. Weesquachak and the lost ones
Penticton, BC : Theytus Books, 2000.
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0919441882

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