Ojibwe - Spring or Ziigwan

By Thomas Starks


The Ojibwe traveled to sugar camped where maple trees grew when the winter season was officially over.


The Ojibwe made sugar and syrup from the maple trees that grew near by.

They also repaired old lodges and made new ones to be used as homes or work places.


So basicly, the Ojibwe loved to greet the familys that they haven't seen since last fall, and a lot of traveling was done to move to the spring sugar camps.