SUMMER ~ Niibin to the Ojibwe
Some activities the Ojibwe do in the Summer
Activities done in the Summer;
- Lacrosse was often played in the summer by the Ojibwe.
- Berry picking, done by the women.
- Less hunting done by the men
This would be the Ojibwe playing Lacrosse in the Summer.
This picture represents women picking berries.
Relaxing; men hunted less
This picture represents the Ojibwe.
Camps along the lakes and rivers.
They gathered for feast and celebrations.
They played games like lacrosse.
Women planted; corn, pumpkins, squash, and potatoes.
Ojibwe picked berries.
When the Ojibwe are done with sugar camps, which are in spring they, summer was nearly upon them. They packed their belongings and moved to Summer villages and gathered during the Summer