The ojibwe also ojibwa ojibway and chippewa are an indigenous people in canada and the united states who are part of a larger cultural group known as the anishinaabeg they are closely related to the odawa and algonquin peoples and share many traditions with neighbouring cree people especially in the north and west of ontario and east of manitoba. Where did the ojibwa indians live originally the ojibwa indians lived around the great lakes region of the united states as the years went on the anishinabe as they called themselves spread out into other parts of michigan and also into canada. What is the difference between chippewa ojibway ojibwe and ojibwa what do these words mean there is no difference all these different spellings refer to the same people in the united states more people use chippewa and in canada more people use ojibway but all four of these spellings are common. Note chippewa is the same thing as ojibwaanother name for them is anishinabe which is what most of them call them self the ojibwa live north of sault saint marie the land had alot of trees and
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