INDIANS OF THE GREAT LAKES - OJIBWE
In honor of American Indian Heritage month, COBBLESTONE devotes this issue to the Ojibwe. One of the largest groups of American Indians today, the Ojibwe migrated from the east coast of North America to the area around the Great Lakes. We will explore their early history and role as wild rice and maple sugar gatherers, learn how the 18th-century fur trade affected their lifestyle, enjoy a traditional folktale, and read about an ongoing archaeological dig that offers insights into both the Ojibwe past and present. There also will be related activities.
Paperback 48 pgs. Full Color
Suggested for ages: 9-14
Product Code: COB9811