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Ojibwa / Chippeway language sources

The Ojibwa Vocabulary Project from Minnesota humanities Centre: http://www.humanitieslearning.org/resource/uploads/Ojibwe%20Vocabulary%20Project.pdf
 
 
Sketch of Grammar of the Chippeway Languages, To Which is Added a Vocabulary of some of the Most Common Words by John Summerfield 1828.
Although it begins with many grammar rules, nearer the bottom it does provide straight vocabulary.
 
    
Valentine, R. (2001;2000;). Nishnaabemwin reference grammar. Toronto; Buffalo;: University of Toronto Press. However, this is published in part by The Ojibway Heritage Centre, Walpole Island Ontario. Its subjects are: Ojibwa language - Dialects - Ontario - Grammar.
 
“This descriptive reference grammar of Nishnaabemwin (Odawa and Eastern Ojibwe) includes extensive descriptive treatment of phonology, orthography, inflectional morphology, derivational morphology, and major structural and functional syntactic categories.”
 
 
Williams, A., Bloomfield, L., & Nichols, J. (1991). The dog's children: Anishinaabe texts. Winnipeg, Man: University of Manitoba Press. 
Subjects: Ojibwa language -- Texts., Ojibwa Indians -- Social life and customs., Ojibwa language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
This is a book in English and also Ojibwa on the verso.
 
The Ontario Native Languages curriculum, grades 1 to 12. (2002). is full of language you may find helpful.