Early Ojibwe Winter-Biboon

By: Mason Hudoba


During the winter time, the Ojibwe tribes would first head out of the woods and away from other families. The reason for that was because food got scarce during the winter time. Once they were far apart, the wemon and girls would set up the Wigwams or Tipis, while the men and boys went out hunting. While the younger children would play in the snow, (snowflake games and other fun things). Then the wemon would cook all the meals, sew, and dry meat. The men would sometimes slack off, when they werent hunting at least...