According to oral tradition the Ojibways and other Algonquin speakers were originally settled up and down the East Coast. Those who do not share this traditional view think it is more likely the Ojibway lived next to Hudson's Bay and moved southward.

To end any confusion, the Chippewa and Ojibwe are not only the same tribe, but the same word pronounced a little differently due to accent

An Introduction to Ojibwa Culture and History
Pictographic Petition to the President 1849 delegation of Chippewas from Lake Superior to Washington
Sandy Lake Band of Ojibwe I Clifford Skinaway Sr. am a descendant of the Chiefs Hole-in-the-day of the Mississippi Ojibwe and a member of the Sandy Lake Band of Mississippi Ojibwe.
Turtle Mountain Chippewa Indians tribal member Kade Ferris
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians is a modern expression of the Anishinabeg who lived in this region of the Great Lakes for more than 500 years.
Great Lakes Intertribal Council Wisconsin. Includes web pages for all Wisconsin Chippewa communities
Chippewa (Ojibwe)  
Chippewa Indians  
White Earth Band of Chippewa of Minnesota