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Benson Chapter 4

Minnesota Studies

wigwam A round dwelling made out of poles and saplings and covered with sheets of birchbark or woven mats.
birchbark The bark, or outer covering of a birch tree.
migration The process of moving from one region or country to another.
wild rice A tall grass with edible grains that grows in shallow, still waters.
maple sugar A sweet substance made by boiling sap from a maple tree.
corn The most important crop grown by the Ojibwe in the summer.
alliance An agreement made between two or more nations to cooperate for specific reason.
sovereign Self-ruling and independent.
WE-gwahs Ojibwe word for birchbark.
muh-NOH-mihn Ojibwe word for wild rice.
zeen-ze-BAH-qwad Ojibwe word for maple sugar.
MUN-dah-min Ojibwe word for corn.
nee-bin Ojibwe word for summer.
dah-GWAG-in Ojibwe word for fall.
bih-BOON Ojibwe word for winter.
ZEEG-wun Ojibwe word for spring.
Created by: jbenson5463