Ojibwe Geography Similar or Different Peace Miscellaneous

100

Who are the Women
They fished in the summer for the Ojibwe people.

100

What is Niagara Falls
The second stop on the Ojibwe Migration where "the thunder and water met."

100

What is Oral Tradition
The way that the Dakota learned is similar to the way the Ojibwe learned. They learned with this process of the purposeful retelling of stories.

100

What are furs
These items were what the French gained from the alliance in 1679.

100

What is a metal axe
These trade goods helped the Ojibwe by shortening the time it would take to gather wood.

200

Who are the Men.
These are the people who fished for the Ojibwe in the winter.

200

What is Montreal
The first stop in the Ojibwe migration story, where there was "a turtle-shaped islannd."

200

What are Maple Syrup/ Sugar, and Wild Rice
The Ojibwe and Dakota both ate similar foods like these two: one coming from sap, and one that grew on the water.

200

What is Hunting Land
This is what the Ojibwe were hoping to gain by making an alliance in 1679.

200

What are guns
These trade goods improved the Ojibwe lifestyle by allowing the Ojibwe kill swiftly and accurately.

300

What is a net.
A tool that was used in the summer by the Ojibwe to catch fish.

300

What is Detroit
The third stop in the Ojibwe migration story, where "two large bodies of water were connected by a narrow river."

300

What is a Wigwam
Living in these was different for the Ojibwe, because the Dakota lived in tipis, or bark Houses.

300

What are trade goods
These items were in great demand for the Dakota, and they gained them through the peace agreement in 1679.

300

When the Dakota first became aware of the Ojibwe, they called the Ojibwe this word meaning "People of the Falls."

400

What is a spear.
A tool that was used to catch fish in the winter for the Ojibwe people.

400

What is Sault Sainte Marie
The fifth stop in the Ojibwe migration, where "the water rushed over the rocks and the fishing was good."

400

What is a birch bark canoe
These were the craft the Ojibwe used, while the Dakota mearly hollowed out logs.

400

What is birch bark canoes.
Evidence of peaceful relations between the Ojibwe and Dakota were found when the Ojibwe showed the Dakota how to make these seaworthy vessels.

400

What is where a series of stones led westward across the water.
In legend a woman gives this description of the fourth stop of the Ojibwe migration which has the modern day name of Manatoulin Islands.

500

What is the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
According to oral tradition this is the area that the Ojibwe are originally from.

500

What is Chequamegon Bay
The seventh and final stop in the Ojibwe migration story, where there is "another turtle-shaped island."

500

What is Language
With this difference the Ojibwe used Ojibwe, and the Dakota used Dakota.

500

What is Bison
Evidence of peaceful relations were found between the Ojibwe and Dakota when the Dakota showed the Ojibwe how to obtain these prairie animals for food and clothing.

500

What is Where the food Grew on the Water.
In legend a woman gives this description of the sixth stop of the Ojibwe migration which has the modern day name of Fon Du Lac.

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