One Book Northland goes to the wolves

 

January 13, 2023

Mike Creger

Thomas Peacock speaks at the Jan. 6 Dream Catcher Winter Gathering at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College in Cloquet. The seminar invites educators from the region to talk about Native culture. Peacock talked about the use of "story" in teaching and learning. The Cloquet native and his 2020 book, "The Wolf's Trail: An Ojibwe Story, Told By Wolves," is the 22nd One Book Northland selection, a yearlong celebration of work at libraries and bookstores in the region.

Cloquet native's 2020 book with wolves is chosen

There was an ease about Thomas Peacock as he made a presentation and later sat down to talk about his work as an author of revered books about the Native experience.

He was at the Jan. 6 Dream Catcher Winter Gathering for educators from the region, talking about the use of "story" in teaching and learning about Native ways. It was the first such live gathering at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College in Cloquet since the pandemic hit.

Peacock is a Cloquet native, growing up as part of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. This year,...



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