Anishinabe People have been playing lacrosse for at least 500 years.
The Ojibwe, Odawa, and Pottawatomi Nations are the members of the what is known as the Three Fires Confederacy.
Anishinabe Baagaadowewin is a nonprofit Corporation with a mission to share Anishinabe history and culture.
Founded in 2020 in Anishinabe Territory.
Teach our culture and history to others throughout the world.
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Select players for the Anishinabe lacrosse teams to represent nations in the Three Fires Confederacy in international competition.
Lacrosse has been played among Anishinabe Nations since time immemorial. Within the past 150 years the game has almost been lost.
The Three Fires Confederacy is a hundreds of year old agreement between the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi Nations.
In this agreement the nations and their descendants formed a confederacy to defend and support each other.
Anishinabe Baagaadowewin will look to rekindle this to bring the memory of Anishinabe style lacrosse and the modern interpretation of lacrosse together.
Anishinabe Baagaadowewin ”Original Man plays lacrosse” was founded in 2020 to be the Anishinabe Peoples voice in the sport.
For more information on Anishinabe people,
For more information about the history of Anishinabe people,
The Mishomis Book: The Voice of the Ojibway https://www.amazon.com/dp/0816673829/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_G61fEbHTBP0K1
Anishinabe people have played lacrosse using a distinct stick for over 500 years. Europeans who travelled to the Great Lakes in the 1500 and 1600s named town’s and cities after the Anishinabe people who played the game.
Anishinabe Lacrosse in Minnesota
Today’s style of lacrosse still uses rules that were consistent with the original Anishinabe Lacrosse.
Video of Lacrosse being played in Northern Ontario
Red Lake Minnesota
Boys and Girls Club 2019