The ojibwe-Spring

Molly Arnold 03

Ojibwe- Spring

1. Men hunted for there families.


2. Women and children collected maple sap.


Place- Sugar camps


In springtime, the Ojibwe made canoes out of birch bark, The women and children collected maple sap from maple tree's, and the men hunted animals for food for there tribe/families. The kids job was from sunrise to sunset, running back and fourth, they had to deliver maple sap to to the sugar houses. Also, they went to sugar camp and that was a very exciting and happy event for them because they get to see families that they had not seen over winter.