Short Notes on Ojibwe Grammar - Description of basic Ojibwe grammar categories and double vowel writing system.
Ojibwe Verb Paradigms - Ojibwe verb paradigms, including indicative modes of independent and conjunct orders, imperative and prohibitive.
Ojebway Language: A Manual for missionaries
and others employed among the Ojebway Indians
by Edward F. Wilson, 1874
Grammar of the Ottawa and Chippewa Language - This is an excerpt from the "History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan; and grammar of their language," (1887) by Anrew J. Blackbird (Mack-e-te-be-nessy). It is written using phonetic writing and describes Anishinaabemowin from European point of view. You can find the whole book on www.canadiana.org.
Ojibwe Sentences - A short note about Ojibwe sentence structure. Far from being complete, far from being scientific. But sinse there is something I've found about it, I decided to place it.
My own notes about stress in Ojibwe, lol - All those recent questions about stress in Ojibwe pushed me to look closer to this problem and find out what is going on with the stress in Ojibwe. But these are just some notes with no much order and far from being scientific point of view. I used Wilson's dictionary and online Ojibwe audio materials.