Early Ojibwe

Spring-Ziigwan

Maple Sugar

After maple trees thawed out from the cold of winter, the Ojibwe went to sugar camps where they grew. Then they collected maple sap and made maple sugar out of it, they love maple sugar(I agree).

Canoe Making

While they did that they also made birchbark canoes, they needed more becaues birchbark is very britle and probaly broken during last falls wild rice collection. Men also hunted in the fall when all the animals have grown more, they did this because they didn't want animals to go extinct.