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Transcript of Anishinabe
Facts Family Family was very important in the Anishinaabe, an Anishinaabe family was called a clan. When a new baby was born it would join it's mother's clan. You were not allowed to marry someone from your own clan. When married the husband would move into the wife's wigwam for about a year and then the young couple would build a wigwam of their own. The Anishinaabe would live in villages in the summer, during all the other seasons, they would live in various camps and gather and store food. Anishinaabe birch bark
Canoe Kitche Manitou Anishinaabe clan/family By:Krishna and Dylan Information and pictures provided by:
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