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By Frances Densmore

An authoritative resource for the tribal background, customs, legends, traditions, paintings, tune, economic system, and rest actions of the Ojibwe humans.

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Those inns have been lengthy, allowing 3 or perhaps 4 fireplaces, yet there have been no smoke holes within the constitution. It used to be acknowledged that the crossing of the poles left adequate starting for the egress of the smoke. If the resort, have been to be coated with birch bark it used to be essential to positioned 4 horizontal bars at the facets, the birch bark being fixed to those bars. The birch bark lined in basic terms the higher a part of the inn, cedar mats being positioned subsequent the floor. The overlaying of brush used to be now not defined, yet was once acknowledged for use in iciness. A living fitted to the pains of a Canadian iciness used to be made up of cut up logs, eight or 10 inches in diameter, laid at the body above defined with the graceful floor of the logs within. The logs have been chinked with moss at the outdoors and banked with earth. A log hotel used to be “made really open on the top,” yet contained no smoke holes. The Canadian Chippewa used moose cover for the door of the resort, additionally beaver hides sewed jointly or rabbit skins woven like a blanket. (c) Bark residence. —This kind of residing consisted of a framework of poles corresponding to that of a huge, low condo, having its partitions and aspects lined with sheets of bark. In a few cases the roof used to be coated with rolls of birch bark, this getting used mainly within the sugar camps that have been occupied for just a short while every year. The rolls of birch bark have been carried via the ladies and it was once frequently less complicated to take advantage of them than to take time for accumulating the heavy sheets of elm or cedar bark. (Pl. 6, a. ) The body was once often of elm wooden, the facet partitions being made up of upright poles with the bark on them. No nails have been utilized in both partitions or roof within the outdated days. it truly is stated that the poles forming the peaked roof have been so securely tied jointly that the roof purely rested at the partitions, no longer being held through the cords that appeared to fasten it. The facet partitions, and often the roof, have been coated with elm or cedar or different compatible bark. (Pl. 6, b. ) If any such inn have been occupied in iciness it used to be made hot through banking the surface with cedar boughs and snow and by way of filling the crevices inside of with dried moss. Cedar boughs have been unfold at the floor and mats laid over them. The inn often had a low platform extending alongside the perimeters, shaped of branches supported via stakes. those systems have been used as seats. Dwellings of this sort have been utilized in the sugar camps in addition to somewhere else the place the folk could desire to remain for a time, and related buildings have been used as “weaving homes” for the making of rush mats. (d) Tipi. —Among the Chippewa, as one of the Plains tribes, this living consisted of a conical framework of poles with a masking of birch bark or fabric. (Pls. 7, a, b; eight, a, b. ) The Chippewa most likely followed the tipi from the Sioux, yet all don't keep on with the Sioux customized of tying jointly the 1st 3 poles of the framework, placing them in position and leaning the opposite poles opposed to their intersection. as an alternative, the older Chippewa go away a brief crotch on or 3 poles, that are therefore locked jointly, the rest of the poles being laid opposed to them.

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