Ojibwe-Spring

by Davis Radtke

Activities of the Ojibwe

The things that the Ojibwe women and children did in the spring are work at sugar camps while the men hunted animals and they also made new canoes.

Where the Ojibwe stayed

Once the snow started to melt the Ojibwe would travel from the pine forests, connect with others and go to an area with maple trees. Once there the Ojibwe would start to repair existing lodges and start a maple sugar camp

What happens when spring comes?

Once the snow and ice are melting the Ojibwe pack up their belongings and leave the pine forests. They gather with family and friends and headed toward maple trees. Once there the Ojibwe would repair and build new wigwams. The men would go out and hunt while the women and children made maple sugar. Every body made canoes.