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Ojibwa, perhaps better known as Chippewa, is an Indian language spoken both in the United States and Canada. In the United States there are about 5,000 speakers, located in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota, while in Canada there are about 25,000, in Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Ojibwa belongs to the Algonkian family of languages.
Other acceptable names for the Otchipwe (Ojibwe) language are Ojibwa, Ojibway and Anishinaabe. Two close dialects are Odawa (Ottawa) and Saulteaux.
Ojibwa (Otchipwe) is spoken/used in the following countries:
Canada, United States of America.
Family: North American Indian
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In springtime the creek near my house runs very deep. Then the pike and dogfish swim upstream there. Then I put wire netting there to keep the pike and dogfish from swimming through. At frequent intervals I go and look there in the creek where my trap is placed. In time I see the wire moving. That is when the fish have arrived. Then I go and tie fast my fish spear. Then I spear those fish. Sometimes I manage to spear two of them before they all get away.