Chief Medicine Man of Chippewa Indians Axel Pasey with His Family
Little White Cloud - Ojibwa – 1915 Georg B. Selkirk aka Chief Litle White Cloud, Cass Lake Ojibway
Chippewa Indians | Baby Eagleman, Chippewa/Cree, Rocky Boy Reservation, Montana, Indian ...
John Frog (Ojibwa), 1922 by Marquette University Archives.
Chippewa chief White Cloud (Wa-bon-o-quot), 1895
Ojibwa woman and child - no date
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Ojibwe women making birch bark containers
The Anishinabe, as the Ojibwa call themselves, used knockers which are paddles used to knock wild rice into the canoe. They used bows and arrows and clubs for hunting. They fished with spears and hooks. They also used snares for trapping animals.
Ojibwa man - circa 1875