Ojibwe: Winter

Mackenzie Turner


1. Men and boys hunted during the winter and were separated into small groups because food was scare in the winter.

2. Women and girls knitted warm clothing, cooked all of the meals, and most of the older women wove fish nets for fishing.

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The Ojibwe went to secluded areas away from other families because food was scare. Each section of the forest could only consist of a small amount of people


The winter for the Ojibwe was very hard but they made it all the way. Winter was a time of work but also a time of fun. Boys would hunt and girls would knit but in the end they went sledding on hills and they played the a game called snow snake. But fun or not the winters in Minnesota will always be cold.
Ojibwe Snow Snakes