This video shows only one of many different pow-wows preformed by the Ottawa peoples. This one is during the Summer Solstice and Full Moon. Skip to 00:56 for the music and dance.
This is the same website used for Art. This website covers many things, not limited specifically to clothing. But this website discusses clothing very thoroughly. Click the link and scroll down for more on clothing.
Maize is the main food that the Ottawa tribe ate. They ate it because they had easy access to it, Andy they could grow lots of it. Growing lots was easy to feed everyone.
The Oklahoma tribe today is still located in Miami Oklahoma. There is a council, Ethel Cook is the chief. There is also Suzy Crawford, and teresa smith, who are the secondary chief and the treasurer.
Over 12,000 years ago North American hunters had a weapon that reigned supreme for them and their descendants for thousands of years. It was the first true weapons system developed by humans.
This website discusses the different arts and methods of the Ottawa Tribe. It doesn't discuss just art though. It goes into detail about many things that are a part of the Ottawa people. Click the link and scroll down for the section that discusses art.
The language that the Ottawa tribes spoke was Ojibwe. An example of there language: 1-Bezhik 2-Niish 3-niswi 4-niiwiin
This is a house that the Ottawa tribe would live in. It can fit aproxametly 6-12 people. It is made out of logs and bricks
The Ottawa tribe was originally located Canada, and Detriot Michigan. They traveled because they were offered land in Oklahoma.
The name “Ottawa” is from the Indian word “adawe” meaning to trade. This name was appropriate because of the extensive trading with other tribes and their eventual involvement with the French.