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Background imageChippeway Collection: Canada - Ojibwa Girl cleaning the catch

Canada - Ojibwa Girl cleaning the catch
The Ojibwa is the largest group of Native American peoples north of Mexico. They are equally divided between the United States and Canada

Background imageChippeway Collection: Hole-in-the-Day (Younger). Chippewa, Indian delegate, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Hole-in-the-Day (Younger). Chippewa, Indian delegate, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Hole-in-the-Day (Younger). Chippewa, Indian delegate, 1864

Background imageChippeway Collection: 985682

985682

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibwa Grave-Posts (engraving)

Ojibwa Grave-Posts (engraving)
980475 Ojibwa Grave-Posts (engraving) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ojibwa Grave-Posts)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Mide dancing garters (colour litho)

Mide dancing garters (colour litho)
980442 Mide dancing garters (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mide dancing garters)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Sacred Birch Bark Records (colour litho)

Sacred Birch Bark Records (colour litho)
980440 Sacred Birch Bark Records (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sacred Birch Bark Records)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho)

Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho)
980436 Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ojibwa Facial Decoration)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippeway chief, 1842-1844 (colour lithograph)

Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippeway chief, 1842-1844 (colour lithograph)
985755 Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippeway chief, 1842-1844 (colour lithograph) by King, Charles Bird (1785-1862) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippeway chief)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Chippewa scaffold burial (colour litho)

Chippewa scaffold burial (colour litho)
980522 Chippewa scaffold burial (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chippewa scaffold burial)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Jesakkid removing disease (engraving)

Jesakkid removing disease (engraving)
980438 Jesakkid removing disease (engraving) by American School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jesakkid removing disease. Engraving by Harold L MacDonald, 1890)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Chippeway widow (colour litho)

Chippeway widow (colour litho)
980532 Chippeway widow (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Chippeway widow)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Sacred bark scroll and contents (colour litho)

Sacred bark scroll and contents (colour litho)
980441 Sacred bark scroll and contents (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sacred bark scroll and contents)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Sacred Posts of Midewigan (colour litho)

Sacred Posts of Midewigan (colour litho)
980439 Sacred Posts of Midewigan (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sacred Posts of Midewigan)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho)

Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho)
980435 Ojibwa Facial Decoration (colour litho) by American School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ojibwa Facial Decoration)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Okee-Makee-Quid, A Chippeway Chief, 1854 (hand finished lithographed plate)

Okee-Makee-Quid, A Chippeway Chief, 1854 (hand finished lithographed plate)
985967 Okee-Makee-Quid, A Chippeway Chief, 1854 (hand finished lithographed plate) by King, Charles Bird (1785-1862) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Okee-Makee-Quid, A Chippeway Chief)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ud-je-jock, Pelican, a Boy, 1845. Creator: George Catlin

Ud-je-jock, Pelican, a Boy, 1845. Creator: George Catlin
Ud-je-jock, Pelican, a Boy, 1845

Background imageChippeway Collection: Au-nim-muck-kwa-um, Tempest Bird, 1845. Creator: George Catlin

Au-nim-muck-kwa-um, Tempest Bird, 1845. Creator: George Catlin
Au-nim-muck-kwa-um, Tempest Bird, 1845

Background imageChippeway Collection: Cah-be-mub-bee, He Who Sits Everywhere, a Brave, 1835. Creator: George Catlin

Cah-be-mub-bee, He Who Sits Everywhere, a Brave, 1835. Creator: George Catlin
Cah-be-mub-bee, He Who Sits Everywhere, a Brave, 1835

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ju-ah-kis-gaw, Woman With Her Child in a Cradle, 1835. Creator: George Catlin

Ju-ah-kis-gaw, Woman With Her Child in a Cradle, 1835. Creator: George Catlin
Ju-ah-kis-gaw, Woman With Her Child in a Cradle, 1835

Background imageChippeway Collection: Four Dancers, 1843-1844. Creator: George Catlin

Four Dancers, 1843-1844. Creator: George Catlin
Four Dancers, 1843-1844

Background imageChippeway Collection: Jack-o-pa (The Six), 1827. Creator: Charles Bird King

Jack-o-pa (The Six), 1827. Creator: Charles Bird King
Jack-o-pa (The Six), 1827

Background imageChippeway Collection: Canoe Race Near Sault Ste. Marie, 1836-1837. Creator: George Catlin

Canoe Race Near Sault Ste. Marie, 1836-1837. Creator: George Catlin
Canoe Race Near Sault Ste. Marie, 1836-1837

Background imageChippeway Collection: Big Buffalo (Chippewa), 1832-1833. Creator: Henry Inman

Big Buffalo (Chippewa), 1832-1833. Creator: Henry Inman
Big Buffalo (Chippewa), 1832-1833

Background imageChippeway Collection: White Man in Chippewa Costume, late 19th-early 20th century. Creator: George Prince

White Man in Chippewa Costume, late 19th-early 20th century. Creator: George Prince
White Man in Chippewa Costume, late 19th-early 20th century

Background imageChippeway Collection: Snow Shoe Dance - Ojibbeway, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Snow Shoe Dance - Ojibbeway, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Snow Shoe Dance - Ojibbeway, 1861/1869. Hunters, with songs of thanks to the Great Spirit, when the first snow of winter falls, to improve their hunting

Background imageChippeway Collection: Three Celebrated Ball Players - Choctaw, Sioux and Ojibbeway, 1861

Three Celebrated Ball Players - Choctaw, Sioux and Ojibbeway, 1861. Tul-lock-chish-ko (of the Chocktaw), Wee-chush-ta-doo-ta (Sioux) and Ah-no-je-nahge

Background imageChippeway Collection: A Sioux War Party, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

A Sioux War Party, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
A Sioux War Party, 1861/1869. Reconnoitering an Ojibbeway village, at sunset. Calhoun, upper Mississippi. 1832

Background imageChippeway Collection: Nine Ojibbeway Indians in London, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Nine Ojibbeway Indians in London, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Nine Ojibbeway Indians in London, 1861/1869. Ah-quee-we-zaints (chief), with Pat-o-a-quat-o-wee-be, Wee-nish-ka-wee-be, Sa-mah, Gish-e-gosh-e-gee, Not-een-a-akm (interpreter)

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibbeway Indians in Paris, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Ojibbeway Indians in Paris, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Ojibbeway Indians in Paris, 1861/1869. Maun-gua-daus (chief) with warriors, women and children taken to Paris as representatives from Canada in 1845

Background imageChippeway Collection: Buffalo Chase in the Snow Drifts - Ojibbeway, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Buffalo Chase in the Snow Drifts - Ojibbeway, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Buffalo Chase in the Snow Drifts - Ojibbeway, 1861/1869

Background imageChippeway Collection: Facsimile of an Ojibbeway Robe, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Facsimile of an Ojibbeway Robe, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Facsimile of an Ojibbeway Robe, 1861/1869. A collection of Indian totems

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibbeway Indians, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Ojibbeway Indians, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Ojibbeway Indians, 1861/1869. Sha-co-pay (chief) with his sons

Background imageChippeway Collection: An Aged Ojibbeway Chief and Three Warriors, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

An Aged Ojibbeway Chief and Three Warriors, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
An Aged Ojibbeway Chief and Three Warriors, 1861/1869. Gitch-e-gaw-ga-osh (elderly chief), with On-daig, I-an-be-wa-dick and Cah-be-mub-be sitting in council

Background imageChippeway Collection: Two Ojibbeway Warriors and a Woman, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Two Ojibbeway Warriors and a Woman, 1861 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Two Ojibbeway Warriors and a Woman, 1861/1869. Ka-bes-kunk and O-ta-wa (warriors in war dess with pipes) and Ju-a-kiss-gaw (wife of Ka-bes-kunk) at the fall of St. Anthony. 1834

Background imageChippeway Collection: Two Chippewyan Warriors and a Woman, 1855 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin

Two Chippewyan Warriors and a Woman, 1855 / 1869. Creator: George Catlin
Two Chippewyan Warriors and a Woman, 1855/1869. Gua-be-med-gwin-ne (warrior), Nin-jee (warrior) and Ha-te-qua

Background imageChippeway Collection: Boy Chief - Ojibbeway, 1843. Creator: George Catlin

Boy Chief - Ojibbeway, 1843. Creator: George Catlin
Boy Chief - Ojibbeway, 1843

Background imageChippeway Collection: Red Bird, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen &

Red Bird, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen &
Red Bird, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands, 1888

Background imageChippeway Collection: Noon Day, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen &

Noon Day, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen &
Noon Day, Chippeway, from the American Indian Chiefs series (N2) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands, 1888

Background imageChippeway Collection: Ojibwe Native American petition, 1849

Ojibwe Native American petition, 1849
Ojibwe Native American petition. Artwork of the birch bark petition presented by Native Americans of the Ojibwe Tribe to US President Fillmore in 1849

Background imageChippeway Collection: Racial / Canoe / Snowshoes

Racial / Canoe / Snowshoes
Chippeway canoe (top), Chippeway snowshoes (R) and Sioux snowshoes (L) Date: circa 1830

Background imageChippeway Collection: Noon Day Chippeway American Indian Chiefs series

Noon Day Chippeway American Indian Chiefs series
Artokoloro

Background imageChippeway Collection: Red Bird Chippeway American Indian Chiefs series

Red Bird Chippeway American Indian Chiefs series
Artokoloro

Background imageChippeway Collection: Chippeway Indian fishing USA America

Chippeway Indian fishing USA America

Background imageChippeway Collection: Chippeway Indian fishing on the ice USA America

Chippeway Indian fishing on the ice USA America

Background imageChippeway Collection: Racial / Snow Shoe Dance

Racial / Snow Shoe Dance
Chippeway Snow-shoe Dance

Background imageChippeway Collection: Racial / Chippeway Fishing

Racial / Chippeway Fishing
Chippeways fishing in the rapids near Sault Sainte Marie

Background imageChippeway Collection: Racial / Red Bird / Chippewa

Racial / Red Bird / Chippewa
Red Bird: Chief of the Chippewa (or Chippeway) tribe

Background imageChippeway Collection: Racial / Noon Day / Chippewa

Racial / Noon Day / Chippewa
Noon Day: Chief of the Chippewa (or Chippeway) tribe



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"Exploring the Rich Heritage of Chippeway: A Glimpse into Canada's Ojibwa Culture" Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Chippeway, as we embark on a journey through time and delve into the vibrant tapestry of Canada's Ojibwa culture. From an enchanting portrayal of an Ojibwa girl meticulously cleaning her catch to the intriguing figure of Hole-in-the-Day (Younger), a prominent Chippewa Indian delegate in 1864, these hints offer a glimpse into the fascinating traditions and customs that have shaped this indigenous community. Step back in time with us as we witness the solemn beauty of Ojibwa grave-posts depicted in intricate engravings, serving as poignant reminders of ancestral reverence. Marvel at Mide dancing garters captured in vivid color lithographs, showcasing their graceful movements and symbolic significance within spiritual ceremonies. Discover the sacredness preserved within birch bark records, meticulously crafted by skilled hands to safeguard knowledge and wisdom for generations to come. Delight your senses with vibrant depictions of Ojibwa facial decoration, reflecting both artistic expression and cultural identity. Meet historical figures like Okee-Makee-Quid, a revered Chippeway chief immortalized through stunning color lithography. Witness the unique burial practices through illustrations depicting scaffold burials - rituals intertwined with deep spiritual beliefs. Experience Jesakkid's healing prowess as he removes disease from his people in an evocative engraving that captures both faith and resilience. Encounter the strength embodied by a Chippeway widow portrayed amidst colorful lithographs - her story echoing tales untold yet etched upon our collective memory. Unveil secrets held within sacred bark scrolls accompanied by their precious contents; each stroke conveying stories passed down through generations. Finally, marvel at sacred posts adorned with symbols representing Midewigan teachings - guardians preserving ancient wisdom for future seekers.