What is the difference to Chippewa, Ojibwe, Ojibway, Ojibwa?
There is no difference they are the same tribe, just spelt different. In the USA they use Chippewa, In Canada they use Ojibway, Saulteaux, Ojibwe, Ojibwa they are all the same tribe. They all come from the Algonquin word meaning "Puckered", probably because of the tribes puckered style moccassin. Ojibway people call themselves "Anishinabe" meaning "the original person".
WHERE DO OJIBWAYS LIVE? Mostly in USA, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, In Canada they mostly live in Manitoba, Ontario and Southern Saskatchewan.
HOW IS THE OJIBWAY NATION ORGANIZED?
Each Ojibway Nation lives on First Nation reservations (the rez) or the USA call it Tribal Nation. Reservations are under the Ojibways control.
If you want to learn more on the Ojibway people you can go to this website:
HERE ARE PICTURES OF WHAT AN OJIBWAY MAN AND WOMEN LOOK LIKE: