they prepared for the winter all year long. sometimes a family had more food than they could eat. Of course the Ojibwe would be kind and give the other family food, and at times they would run out of food for them selfs
This is a picture of This photo, taken around 1885, shows a winter gathering of Ojibwe people near the St. Croix River.
The Ojibwe would tell stories was a way to entertain and teach the children. Another reason is that many traditional stories contain animal characters. To be respectful.
this is showing an Ojibwe man prepared
to hunt. With his snow shoes on.
Men and Woman
- The men would hunt.
- The woman would cook the meat.
- The woman would dry the meat and save it for later.
- The men would build canoes.
- The Men would build the wigwams.
- The woman Would put the covering on the wigwam.