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Mildred Noble


A member of the Ojibway tribe, Mildred Noble is best known for Sweet Grass, a collection of sketches of her life and the lives of several other Native American women. She received her B.A. in Social Science from Boston College, and was a Community Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


Online resources by or about Mildred Noble:

A Gathering of elders
Author: Diane Vanaskie
Type: authorbio
Description: A features story from Mount Holyoke College’s “Mount Holyoke News” paper, from 10/8/98, covering a conference discussion with Muriel Miguel, Mildred Nobel, and Trudie Lamb Richmond.

URL: http://www.mtholyoke.edu/org/mhnews/f98/oct08/features/FTelders.htm

Books by Mildred Noble:

Noble, Mildred. Sweet grass : lives of contemporary native women of the Northeast
Mashpee, MA : C.J. Mills, 1997.
Genre: Biography

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