by Isak sevig
Winter or in Ojibwe biboon here are some things that the Ojibwe men did in winter. In winter the Ojibwe men and boys hunted and trapped moose deer and elk. when they hunted the animals they had to be very quit
these are Ojibwe men hunting a moose
these are Ojibwe women making fishing nets
these are Ojibwe women drying meat over a fire
Ojibwe Women And Children
Ojibwe women and kids
These are a few things the ojibwe women did in winter. The women made fish nets and took care of the children. The children played in the snow they went down hills on taboggans and went snow shoeing. The women also made meals and dried meat over fires.