Ojibwe-fall

by: Matt TenBroek 01

activites

1. men hunted duck and geese.

2.everybody collected wild rice.

3.children collected berries and dried them.

4.men and women caught fish and dried them

the ojibwe spent this time living near ponds, marshes, and lake where wild rice grew

summary

Fall is a very important time in the ojibwe culture because they have to prepare for winter. Some of the activity's include, collecting meat and drying it for winter, collecting berries and drying them, and building suitable weather for the winter.
Ojibwe Prayer Song

this was the ojibwe prayer song for when they needed to pray