The Chippewa (The Ojibwe)

The Chippewa (The Ojibwe)

Author - Tamra B. Orr

The Chippewa (The Ojibwe)
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The Chippewa, also known as the Ojibwe, still live on their homelands, often on reservations. They honor their past, and keep it alive.

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