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Clay vessel dated 600 A.D. with evidence of wild rice | The Ojibwe People's Dictionary

Clay vessel dated 600 A.D. with evidence of wild rice | The Ojibwe People's Dictionary

Ceramics by Jacqueline Leighton Boyce at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2011. -The stag lost one antler-

Ceramics by Jacqueline Leighton Boyce at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2011. -The stag lost one antler-

1918 birch bark canoe | The Ojibwe People's DictionaryAlgonquin style birchbark canoe. Its light weight made the canoe easy to carry around rocks and rapids, and its construction from bark, tree roots and resin allowed for repairs en route. This canoe was built in 1918. Type of boat used to gather wild rice in ricing beds.

1918 birch bark canoe | The Ojibwe People's DictionaryAlgonquin style birchbark canoe. Its light weight made the canoe easy to carry around rocks and rapids, and its construction from bark, tree roots and resin allowed for repairs en route. This canoe was built in 1918. Type of boat used to gather wild rice in ricing beds.

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