Emme, Lily A and Jackson


Computer number 8

Topic: we want to learn more about what the Ojibwa tribe wore.


Questions that will help me learn about my topic:
Need help thinking of good questions?Here are some question starters.
1. How did they make the clothes that there wear? *
2. Could the wear there clothes different ways?*
3. What fabrics did they use? *
4. Did they know how to make the clothes they wear?*
5. What did the ojibwa tribe wear in the winter? Did they wear scarfs when they got cold?*
6. How did the native americans make the fancy and long headdress for the chief?*
7.Did they wear anything special while doing sports?*
8. Did the ojibwa tribe have any nightclothes to bed?*
9.Did the ojibwa tribe wear any special cloths on holidays?*
10. Did the people who made the clothes ever run out of dead animal skins to make the clothes?*

Research
Take your notes here. Use bullet points to separate your notes. Cite your notes so that you remember where they came from!



  • The ojibwa tribe wore breech cloth and hide moccasins in the summer before the 17th century.
  • Yes, they could wear there clothes different ways.
  • They used animal skins.
  • They wore moccasins and shirts and pants were made out of animal skins.
  • Women made all of garmets worn by there family from tanned animal skins.
  • Close were sewn for kids out of tanned fawn skin and other animal skins.
  • Women made and decorated all of the clothes the native americans wore.
  • Anishinabe women wore long head dresses year round.
  • In warm wether men, wore breechclothes.
  • Boys dressed in similar clothes that the men wore.
  • On their feet the Anishinabe wore moccasins.
  • Women pulled garments over their heads and then secured them with belts around their waists.
  • In cool weather men wore knee-high leggings.
  • Girls wore clothing like that worn like women.
  • The Anishinabe tribe wore and carried special belts, weapons and tools, also known as regalia.
  • The items were made out of wood sells, feathers and horns.
  • In the winter the ojibwa tribe wore warm fur robes and mittens.
  • The ojibwa tribe wore materials that were made from buckskin.
  • Fur and hide skin from animals were used to make moccasins and mittens.
  • Today, ojibwa wear store - brought clothes.
  • Colorful beaded moccasins and mittens became very popular.
  • ojibwa women added details to moccasins and mittens like beads and dyes.
  • these women wore shirts under sleeveless buckskin dresses.
  • ojibwa still wears traditional garments.
  • Women were able to obtain cloth, glass beads, buttons, and ribbon from the european traders.


Resources
Copy and paste URLs to good websites or databases that you find here. It will make it easy for you to visit those good websites next time you work on your project!
  1. www.wikianswers.com
  2. Google
  3. American Indian art and culture the ojibwa pgs 10-11
  4. Life in Anishnibe camp



Plan for your Final Product
What are you going to create to share what you have learned?
  • Poster
  • Wiki


Final Product
See our poster in our room!
























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