More to explore:
Ojibwa girls. "Ojibwa" is derived from the word "Ozhibii'oweg" - meaning "Those who keep Records of a Vision" referring to their form of pictorial writing.
algonquians indians tribes | Ojibwa girls
Saulteaux: a native group that lived north of what is now Sault Ste Marie, Ont. Some moved West to Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The Plains People - Groups in this Region
algonquians indians tribes | algonquian indians Articles
algonquians indians tribes | Iroquois and Cherokee Tribes, Distribution, Language
algonquians indians tribes | What did the Potawatomi tribe use for weapons?
Cherokee Native Americans Culture | out some traditional cherokee names a list of native american cherokee ...
algonquin - algonquin-iroquois
Bemos A. Geshig, Ojibwa (Chief?), in Partial Native Dress and Holding War Club, by Charles Milton Bell, Photographs of American Indians, circa 1874-1890. (Original)
Ojibwa Indian Girl in the Forest
Ojibwa man - no date
Milwaukee Ojibwe woman and baby in dikinaagan, courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society