Early Ojibwe

Winter or Biboon

Secluded Camps in the Woods

The Ojibwe moved to secluded camps in the woods in the winter because food was hard to come by and they didn't want to compete with their neighbors for food. in the winter men/boys hunted fresh meat as moose, deer, and elk.but when they had to much food the women had to cut the extra meat into strips.

Winter Entertainment

young children play in the Snow They slid down hills on toboggans

and tree bark. They tied snowshoes to their feet and raced

each other through the woods. and play snow-snake.