OJIBWAY (OJIBWA), Or Chippeway (Chippewa), the name given by the English to a large tribe of North American Indians of Algonquian stock.
Hoffmann, "Midewiwin of the Ojibwa," in 7th Report of Bureau of American Ethnology (1891); W.
It was named after an Ojibwa Indian chief.
According to James Red Sky, an Ojibwa Indian of Ontario, Canada. 'We saw a thunderbird a few summers ago.
She discovered the health benefits of several herbs while working with the Ojibwa Indian tribe during the 1920s.