Minnesota History, Ojibwa Indians
How did the Ojibwa end up here?
The Ojibwa are an American Indian ethnolinguistic group centered around the upper great lakes and in Canada and the United States. The Ojibwa are a part of a group of central Algonquian, which includes the Ojibwa, Patauwtomi, Ottawa, Algonquin proper, Illinois and the Miami. They are distributed over nearly the entire region between the lower peninsula of Michigan and adjacent parts of Ontario and to the east. (http://www.whetung.com/)
Thousands of years ago, the Ojibwa were among several Indian tribes who lived on the Atlantic coast of North America. …
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