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The first written European accounts about the Ojibwa appeared in Jesuit diaries, published in collected form as the Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Fur trading, especially the exchange of beaver pelts for goods including firearms, flourished until the 1800s.
While the Ojibwa did not engage in extended armed conflict with Europeans, the relationship was not always amicable.
The Southwestern Ojibwa lived along the south and north shores of Lake Superior. The Plains Ojibwa or Bungi lived in the present-day states and provinces of Montana, North Dakota, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
The Plains Ojibwa adopted a lifestyle that resembled that of other Plains tribes, living in tepees, riding horses, and relying on buffalo for food and clothing.
Croix), Montana (Rocky Boy's), and North Dakota (Turtle Mountain). While Ojibwa reserves are also found in Ontario and Saskatchewan, this account stresses their history in the United States.
The Ojibwa call themselves the Anishinabeg (also spelled Anishinaabeg, or if singular, Anishinabe) for "first" or "original people." In the eighteenth century the French called Ojibwa living near the eastern shore of Lake Superior Salteaux or Salteurs, "People of the Falls." These terms now used only in Canada.