Related links

This page will provide you with links to study tools for Anishinaabe language and give additional information about history and culture as well as provide with links regarding Indigenous Studies.

Learning Anishinaabemowin

From Little River Band of Ottawa Indians. Click on the icon in the top left corner for the menu

Ojibwe People's Dictionary

The Ojibwe People's Dictionary is a searchable, talking Ojibwe-English dictionary that features the voices of Ojibwe speakers. It is also a gateway into the Ojibwe collections at the Minnesota Historical Society.

FREELANG Ojibwe-English-Ojibwe online dictionary

Freelang provides free dictionaries, free human translation, and many other useful resources if you are learning a language or need a translation

Anishinaabemowin Everyday

Pilot program for an online Ojibwe language class. Online lessons take about 15 minutes each and are ideal for daily language learning and practice. Teaching methods include podcasts, flashcards, multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, drag-and-drop, and quizzes.

Ojibwe Language and More

There are clickable links on the various pages. Some of these links are to outside sources. To get the most out of each page, you should click on everything that is clickable. Some are Ojibwe language audio, and others are lessons


Documents on OJIBWE Language

Pre-20th century documents containing Ojibwe, often with modern translation


From the Canadian Encyclopedia

Native Languages of the Americas: Ojibwe

From Native Languages of the Americas website; included links to language resources, communities and more


by Loriene Roy. From Countries and their Cultures.

The Ojibwe Native Americans

Included information about history, traditions, religion, artwork, food and music.

Queen's Library has a collection of texts relating to Indigenous Studies .The dictionaries and encyclopedias are located in the Reference section of Stauffer library.

If you need help from a librarian, please contact Hannah Tanna