Who were the Ojibwa?
The Ojibwa and Chippewa are the same tribe. Some of the other ways their name has appeared is Ojibweg, Ojibwey, Otchipwe, and Chippeway. This tribe of Indians called themselves "original men".
They lived in the northern Great Lakes Region. They were skilled hunters and trappers. They rarely used horses or hunted buffalo.
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Welcome to the Woodland Ojibwa/Chippewa Indians in Olden Times.