Anishinaabe a group of culturally-related indigenous peoples of Canada and the United States that include the Odawa, Ojibwe, Potawatomi, Oji-Cree, Mississaugas, and Algonquin peoples. ... The word Anishinaabeg translates to "people from whence lowered."
What kind of food did they eat? They ate fish, which they fished from rivers and lakes. - They hunted for food, such as deer and moose. - They harvested wild rice that grew in ponds. - They drank Fresh water from ponds and lakes.
What did they wear? Most members of the Ojibwa tribe wore tanned deerskin clothing, though other animal hides were also used. Both men and women wore deerskin leggings andmoccasins. Men wore a breechcloth, while women wore dresses with woven nettle or thistle fibers for petticoats.
What did their houses look like? The typical home for an Ojibwa person was a wiigiwaam (or a Wigwam) with either a pointed roof (called a Nasawa'ogaan) or domed roof (called a Waginowaan.)It was constructed out of birch bark sheets , juniper bark, birch barkand willow saplings. Wigwams are not like tipis.
Michigan Indian Anishinaabeg (which means the people) formed 3 groups: the Ottawa, Chippewa and the Potawatomi. They called these 3 groups the 3 fires. Most of the Indians who lived in Michigan made their homes near the lakes and lived in Wigwams. Ottawa & Potawatomi were farms. They grew squash, tobacco, corn & wild plants. Ojibway lived in northern Michigan. They were hunters and ate lots of fish. The Indians got everything they needed from nature. They shared with everyone in their tribe. Northern Indians even liked a sport called Baggataway. It is like our modern day lacrosse.