Ojibwe Winter

Abdirahman Abdulkadir


1.Men and boys hunted, trapped fresh meat such as moose, deer, and elk.

2.Women dried meat over a fire.

Summary of Ojibwe Winter: During Winter the Ojibwe had rough times then such as moving,hunting,and making clothes for winter. They travel far and wide searching for food and there would be little amount yet they made there villagers full by fishing and trapping wild animals. The best hunters were handed the hardest jobs. Women stayed back making clothes and cutting extra meat into strips and dried over a fire to be eaten later. Women made hats and coats from wolves fur and bear.

Place during Winter

Secluded camps in woods away from other families.