Sister Bernard on fishing
Sister Bernard was at the College of St. Scholasica for a number of years in the 1930s before transferring to Duluth Cathedral High School.
"Indians Live on Fish"--In summer the Ojibway lives on fish, fish and more fish," Sister Bernard explained. "They are extremely fond of bread--which the women of the tribes never bake. The children often receive bread when they come into the villages and cities surrounding the reservations."
Gustaf A. Nordin, "Ojibways Cling to Quaint Customs: Sister Bernard Compares Superstitions of Indians and Whites," Duluth News-Tribune, Sunday, March 17, 1935.