Early Ojibwe spring-Ziigwan
In the early Ojibwe the spring had a lot to do one of the things to do is sugar camp. Sugar camp is when they travel to sugar camps and make maple sugar. This is an exciting event it is when families come together and go to they's camps to make maple sugar. When they come they hunt, repair the loges, and make maple sugar. This sweet subsets can make a sweet snack.
This is maple sap from a maple tree.
Ojibwe making maple syrup
This is a grope of people making maple sugar.
This is maple sugar when it is on a spoon and done.
Canoe making is vary important, because if they didn't they could not go down the river. here are some of the steps that were gone into making canoe's
- make the frame from cedar wood.
- warped birchbark around the bottom and sides of the canoe.
- then sewed it tight......