What kind of clothing do Ojibwa people wear?


Ojibwa or Chippewa women wore long dresses with removable sleeves. Chippewa men wore breechcloths and leggings. Clothing also consisted of moccasins on the feet, and they were commonly made from animal hides.
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it was made of animals.
Ojibwa, Ojibwe, Chippewa or Anishinaabe women anciently wore only a wrap-around buckskin skirt with a robe added in cool weather. By the time of European contact they wore strap-and-sleeve
The Ojibwa wore Light, breech clothing and dresses made from animal skin and fur. they decorated it with beads.
well the ojibwa wore i dont actally know clothes aha !
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The Chippewa
The Chippewa, "puckered up" people, also are known as the Ojibwa. They lived west of the Great Lakes in a hard environment. The plains the Chippewa called home were carved from ancient mountains by glaciers. Many rivers were formed…
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