Ojibwe Winter

Faith Foster


  • Men and boys hunted trapped fresh meat (moose, deer, and elk)

  • Olden women wove fish nets and watched the young children

  • Children played in the snow (toboggans, snowshoes, and snowflake game

  • Women dried meat over a fire

  • Women Cooked all the meals and sewed clothing

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  • secluded camps in the woods away from other families

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The Ojibwe would always stay in their wigwams for the winter and try to find food because food was very scarce to find.