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Ozaawindib (also spelled Ozawindib, Ozawondib, and Ozaw-wen-dib, also known as Yellow Head or Berdash) was born in the late 1700s to an unknown mother and the Minnesota Ojibwe leader Wiishkobak (also known as The Sweet). Wiishkobak was a chief of the Leech Lake Ojibwe, heading a village of about sixty people in 1820…


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