The Ojibwe: The Past and Present of the Anishinaabe

Saturday, November 24, 2018
Native American Heritage Day
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month by learning more about one of hundreds of tribes located in the United States, the Ojibwe.

The Great Lakes region and parts of Canada were home to the Ojibwe. But the Anishinaabe suffered great losses of land and other broken treaties when settlers discovered Ojibwe homelands. Today the Ojibwe preserve their culture and maintain their traditions in modern America.

Author |Halvorson, Alesha
Lexile |940L
Pages |32
Genre |Nonfiction
Reading level |3-4
Interest level |3-6
Guided reading |U
Lexile |940L