Historic painting of a Chippewa (Ojibway) encampment showing daily village life with dwellings covered with sheets of bark, a woman grinding corn using a large log mortar and pestle and sitting along the lake bank are birch bark canoes used for transportation.

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Historic painting of a Chippewa (Ojibway) encampment showing daily village life with dwellings covered with sheets of bark, a woman grinding corn using a large log mortar and pestle and sitting along the lake bank are birch bark canoes used for transportation.

Copyright Marilyn Angel Wynn


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