|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|ojibway hotel sault ste marie||1.24||0.5||1829||90|
|ojibway nation of saugeen||0.17||0.8||6781||19|
|ojibway creation story||1.3||0.8||4087||49|
|ojibway park woodbury mn||0.44||0.3||4533||95|
|ojibways of onigaming first nation||0.31||0.8||4739||69|
|ojibways of the pic river first nation||1.03||0.1||8350||85|
|ojibway hotel sault ste marie mi||0.63||0.5||3585||60|
|ojibway nature centre||0.78||1||6156||97|
|ojibway club pointe au baril||1.28||0.7||756||78|
|ojibway prairie provincial nature reserve||1.22||0.3||7814||41|
Many Ojibwe today practice Catholic or Episcopal Christianity, but continue to keep the spiritual and healing components of the old traditions. The language spoken by the Ojibwe is called Anishinaabem or Ojibwemowin, as well as the Chippewa or Ojibwe language.What are the Ojibway known for?
The Ojibwe are known for their birchbark canoes, birchbark scrolls, mining and trade in copper, as well as their cultivation of wild rice and maple syrup.What is the meaning of the name "Ojibway"?
Ojibway (pronounced oh-jib-WAY) means “puckered up,” and is thought to be derived from the way the tribes’ moccasins were gathered at the top. The Ojibway have been known by several different names. The traditional name is Anishinaubeg, which means “original people” or “first people.”Where are the Ojibway located?
Ojibway is also spelled Ojibwayy, Ojibwe, Ojibwa, and Otchipwe. The Ojibway flourished north of Lake Huron and northeast of Lake Superior at the time of European contact. In 2007 they lived on about 25 American reservations located in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, and Oklahoma.