My ancestors came to this northern country along with the French. They, too, were hunters and brought with them the long, flat bow they used in their former homeland to quietly take the Furst's deer. They made fast friends with the Ojibwa, and because my ancestors were few they posed no real threat to their way of life. This is also why there is so little written about the small group of Austrian-Bavarian hunters that came to the Land Between the Lakes. We've quietly lived here ever since, more than 300 years now. Many of us still hunt with the long, flat bow - now called the American flat-bow. My great, great, great grandmother is Ojibwa. Grandpa had good taste, I guess.