Early Ojibwe

Spring - Ziigwan

Maple sugar

In spring the Ojibwe came from there secluded camps to meet at the main camp. In spring it was very important that they made the maple sugar for food later in the year. They also made the canoes in summer for later times in the year.

Canoe making

The ojibwe make canoes so they could collect wild and for other reasons. The canoes had birch bark covering with few other items. The canoes were very important to get food and other materials.