Early Ojibwe

Spring or "Ziigwan" By: Tyler Jost

Maple Sugar or "Ziinzibaakwad"

The Ojibwe would go through the maple grove and would tap most to all of the trees there. They would have the maple sap in a birch bark bucket. They would turn this maple sap into maple sugar, and maple Syrup.


The making of Ojibwe Canoes

First the Ojibwe would make a frame out of ceder then they would put on birch bark on the out side. They would sow on the birch bark.