Early Ojibwe Winter- Biboon
By: Olivia Kostecki
What men and boys did in the Winter:
In the Winter they lived in secluded camps in the woods away from other families. Men and boys hunted and trapped fresh meat. The hunted Moose, Deer, and Elk.
What the Women and Children did in the Winter:
Women cooked all the meals and sewed clothing. Older women wove fish nets and watched the young children. The children played in the snow with toboggans, snowshoes, and they played the snow flake game.