Early Ojibwe

Winter (Beboong) by Jackson Jacobs

What they did in Winter.

In Winter they had secluded camps away from everyone else. Men and boys hunted and trapped fresh meat (moose, deer, and elk). Older women wove fish nets and watched over the children, the children played in the snow and played games like Snow Snake and more. The women cooked all the meals and sewed all the clothes.