Is Ojibwa a Native American tribe?
Yes, it is a native American tribe
They were woodland people so the Ojibwa tribe harvested wild rice and maple sugar. The Ojibwa tribe farmed corn, squash, beans, rice, tea, tobacco ,and all types of berries. Also remember they were found in Minnesota, Michigan, Montana, and North Dakota. i am native American and we also eat fried bread as a traditional food, from our ancestry.
The Mississippi river was simply given a descriptive name, like most native place-names; it is not the name of a tribe, nor is it anything to do with native history or culture. The first element is Ojibwa mici or missi (big), the second is Ojibwa zibi, sibi or sippi (water); the idea that it means "father of waters" or "gathering of waters" is completely false.
Can't find the actual name of the Native American Indian tribe that qualifies; however, here's this. : lacrosse 1718, American English, from Canadian French jeu de la crosse "game of the hooked sticks," from crosse "hooked stick," which is used to throw the ball, from P.Gmc. *kruk-. Originally a Native American Indian game. The native name is represented by Ojibwa (Algonquian) baaga'adowe "to play lacrosse"
The English word "canoe" does not come from any native American language. It is from Spanish canoa, which is a mis-reading of Latin capha, meaning a small boat. Some native words for canoe are: wigudi (Abenaki) waskwayosi (Cree) wigwass-tcheeman (Ojibwa) moosulk' (Micmac) chemung (Natick) amasui (Wampanoag) akweden (Passamaquoddy)