This news disturbed us not a little, for we realized that we too might become the victims of an Ojibway war party.
He had no English, and our Ojibway was of the strictly utilitarian.
The Ojibway fort runner looked grimly at the antics of his prize.
"In the days of my grandfather" is the Ojibway's preface to all his traditions and legends.
They looked unreal, a shadow following shadows, the huge figure of the Ojibway chief in the first boat a shadow itself.
The sun had smoked him till he was as swarthy as the Ojibway steersman.
I was very small when my uncle brought home two Ojibway young women.
Annee-meekee is the Ojibway for the thunder; "dart of" consequently is the lightning.
He opened a school there and completed a little Ojibway spelling book which was commenced at La Pointe.
“Good-evening,” said Donald, courteously, in the Ojibway tongue.