Migration
Evidence
Ways of living
European arrival
Gothmann trivia

100

T/F The Ojibwe once lived near Sault Sainte Marie.
True

100

T/F The Ojibwe once lived in tipis.
False

100

T/F There were periods of peace and war between the Ojibwe and Dakota.
True

100

What country were the Europeans from?
France

100

What is my favorite season?
Winter

200

What are the names of the lakes that the Ojibwe migrated around?
Lake Huron Lake Eerie Lake Superior Lake Michigan

200

How do we know about the lives of the Ojibwe?
Oral tradition

200

List 3 similarities between the life of the Ojibwe and our lives today.
Trade Create alliances Canoe Hunt Farm

200

What did the Ojibwe make for the Europeans?
pelts

200

What are my brothers' names? What is the possessive noun in that sentence?
Adam and Aaron

300

According to oral tradition, where were the Ojibwe originally from?
They came from the East Coast, along the shores fo the Atlantic Ocean.

300

Explain the effect that the Europeans had on the Ojibwe. (3 ways)
Caused tension New inventions Relationship with French countries Brought disease

300

What did the Ojibwe use to make canoes?
Birchbark

300

What did the Ojibwe, Dakota, and French gain from the peace agreement? (All three groups)
The Ojibwe were allowed to hunt farther west on Dakota territory. The Dakota gained direct access to trading with the Europeans to get tools, cloth, and weapons. The French secured a reliable source of furs.

300

I drive a.... a) SUV b) van c) bus d) car
D) car

400

How did the arrival of the European fur trade create both conflict and peace in the Great Lakes region?
Peace: encouraged alliances, Conflict: encouraged warfare, Ojibwe had to migrate west,

400

List 3 ways that the Ojibwe were different from the Dakota.
They lived in wigwams They did not always live in MN They had guns and newer inventions

400

List 4 details about traditional Ojibwe fishing methods.
In the warm months, women hung weighted nets in the water at night. In the morning, they collected the fish that were caught. Sometimes they used spears, traps, and hooks. In the winter, the men cut holes in the ice and attracted the fish with decoys. A fisherman would lie on the ice and peer into his hole. When he saw a fish, he speared it.

400

How did the arrival of the European fur trade change the Ojibwe lifestyle and culture?
Spent more time hunting Fur-bearing animals became harder to find in northern WI Had to hunt farther west to get enough furs Metal pots led to a decreased production of pottery and baskets

400

What are my pets names?
Jack, Glen, Twila, Chip

500

Correctly order the stops in the Ojibwe migration story.
1. Where there is a turtle-shaped island 2. Where thunder and water meet 3. Where a river connects 2 large bodies of water 4. Where a series of stones lead westward 5. Where water rushes over rocks, and where fishing is good 6. Where the food grows on the water 7. Where there is a turtle-shaped island

500

List 5 ways that the Dakota and Ojibwe were similar.
Lived in forests Migrated seasonally Hunted game Made sugar from maple sugar Harvested wild rice

500

What dose the Ojibwe call themselves?
Anishinabe

500

List three ways the Europeans helped the Ojibwe.
Brought cloths New weapons Created peace with the Dakota

500

What famous baseball player did Mr. Gothmann play with?
Kirby Puckett