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Meat and FishingBy: Luke and NoahThe Anishinabe people fish and hunt for meat. They also use traps to hunt the animals. They mostly catch fox, rabbit and bear. They use snares or deadfalls depending on the size of the animal. Deadfalls are for bigger animals and snares are for smaller animals. They also use bow and arrows and cross bows to hunt the animals. And they are mainly hunter-gathers. Lastly, they spear fish year round. That’s how the Anishinabe people hunt and fish.Kid Info Bits. Retrieved on December 21, 2011. .Life in an Anishinabe camp. Twurdy. Retrieved on December 21, 2011.

"Grown Foods" By: Olof The Anishinabe ate a lot of grown foods. For example, one of them was squash. It was very important. Gardens have pumpkins, corn, potatoes, and beans. They also had wild rice. Wild rice is also called Canada rice, Indian rice and water oats. It is a tall stem that appears to grow on the surface of the water. To harvest the wild rice, they hit it off the stocks with a special stick. They also used herbs such as mint to both add flavor to food and drink and to heal the sick. They also made tea with it. Those are some grown Retrieved on January 4th, 2012.Life in an Anishinabe Camp.

Anishinabe FoodsBy:Eva and JosieNative Americans used and ate these many berries. Strawberries, cherries, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, and cranberries were the berries most eaten. Cherries and cranberries came from trees and bushes. Blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries came from small and large bushes. They also gardened squash, pumpkin, and beans. The Native Americans also believed that squash, pumpkin and beans were the three sisters, or main foods. In late spring women made maple syrup. This is what Native Americans ate for their foods.Visit Life on an Anishinabe camp. Retrieved on December 21, 2012.Visit Kid Info Bits. Marla Falcons Ryan and Linda Schmitt Roth. Retrieved on December 21, 2011.Visit Britanica. Retrieved on January 3, 2012.

FoodsBy:Luke,Noah.Olof,Joise and Eva

The Anishinabe people were experts at spearing fish. The people spearfished in all four seasons. The men made spears out of bone,stone and wood. They also harvested wild rice in late summer and early autumn. In the summer the women collected cherries, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and strawberries. The Anishinabe people were healthy eaters.



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