Ojibwe Poster Winter
By : Sofia Forbes - 02
- The Ojibwe women and girls cooked all the meals, and the Ojibwe elder women wove fishing nets, hunting bags, and helped cook.
- The Ojibwe men and boys hunted and trapped to get meat for their families.
The Ojibwe spent winter in secluded camps in the woods away from other families.
These were very warm, useful, and helpful in the cold winter weather.
Hunting was mandatory in winter.
The women made warm clothes in the warmer seasons for winter.
The winter was mostly a working season for the Ojibwe. They had supply extra items for the winter to keep warm and mostly alive.