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Anishinaabeg/ Ojibwa/ Chippewa
Atlantic coast of North America
Corn Rabbit Fox Beaver Squash Ducks Pumpkin Geese Wild strawberries Fish Wild plums Wild bird Rasberris Meat Blueberries Animal fat Blackberries
Wigwams (summer) Long houses (winter)
Girls and women make them Made out of animal skin Were deer skin shoes
After a day of harvesting & preparing rice, they spend the day playing and feasting They cook a feast to celebrate the first rice
How the turtle got his shell The invisible worrier
6X Wednesday Objective: Describe the Ojibwe in Minnesota. Agenda: 1.Do Now: copy and define the vocabulary from Northern Lights chapter 4: The.
6X Monday Objective: Describe the Dakota in Minnesota. Agenda: 1.Do Now: Map Quiz 2.Discuss notes on the Dakota in Minnesota 3.Begin learning.
NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE NORTHEAST
CATAWBA By: Amelia Hinson-Pitts Nori Grant Dominique Gant Will Watson Sam Oblinger.
Wigwams are small houses, usually Wigwams are 8-10 feet tall. Wigwams are made of wooden frames which are covered with woven mats and sheets of birchbark.
Iroquois Native Americans
Eastern Woodland Indians Culture
Ojibwa They didn’t eat the same food. They harvested wild rice and corn. They fished small game. Most of the Ojibwa tribe lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin,
By: Sam . G Ozi .U Harrison.K
Exploring Minnesota Chapter 3: The Dakota. Introduction Of all the people who live in Minnesota, the Dakota have lived here the longest. Their history.
By: Alexis Phaniphon Nov.21, th grade Mrs.T.Johnson The Chippewa Indians of the Mid-west and Canada.
This morning, I woke up very tired. I was up all night because my brother was snoring at the other end of our wigwam. A wigwam is what we call our house.
Potawatomi Native Americans
Food and Leisure. Leisure 4.11 Bees(Contests) They had many bees, or as we know it contests. The main bees were -wood chopping (men) -quilting (women)
By Dalton. .The winter cold and a little bit of snow..The summer Hot and rainy..Resources-Wood, rocks and bones.
First Americans of Virginia
P OTAWATOMI N ATIVE A MERICANS How did the Potawatomi adapt to there environment?
Menominee By Ian and Shade.
Alex Jonah Gaelle Zakary. The Ottawa lived in wigwams. Wigwams are made of wooden frames, which are covered with woven mats and sheets of birch bark.
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