Ojibwe-Fall-Kamia Anderson

What did the Ojibwe do in Fall?

Place:

near ponds, marshes, and lake where wild rice grew

Activities

  • Wild rice harvest
  • Berry picking
  • Men hunted

About the Ojibwe Fall

Fall was the time for wild ricing, berry piking, and hunting. The younger children usually picked the berries because they were to young to go wild ricing. The men did the hunting, they hunted ducks and geese.