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This website is intended to help educate Anishinabe People about our great history that whites are doing their utmost to rob from the mighty Native American. Unfortunately, a great majority of present day Anishinabe People, will accept a history that whites have fabricated for them. However, we have history books which were written in 19th century, which can help present day Anishinabe People, understand our great history. One is William W. Warren's 19th century book "History of the Ojibway People," while another is Peter Jones 19th century book History of the Ojebway Indians. To understand those two 19th century books, you must read Story of Atlantis. If you do not, you will not understand them. They will baffle you. Warren tells Anishinabe People that they lived along Missouri River indispersed among other native tribes. They ruled them. They warned those tribes about a coming invasion of whites, which is mentioned in Seven Fires Prophecy, which there is more information about below. Warren also tells Anishinabe People that they already had that Hebrew bible amongst them long before whites invaded. He also tells Anishinabe People about a close resemblance between Anishinabe People and Hebrews.



Jones tells Anishinabe People who they are. According to Peter Jones, these following groups of Anishinabe People spoke a same language. They are these following: A-ben-a-ki; Al-gon-quin; A-rap-a-ho; Blackfoot; Cheyenne; Chip-pe-wa; Cree; Delaware; Gros Ventre; Il-li-ni; In-nu; Kick-a-poo; Ma-hi-can (Jones called them Mohegan); Ma-li-seet; Me-nom-in-ee; Mi-am-i; Mis-sis-sau-ga (Jones group); Mon-tag-nais; Mun-see; Na-ka-we; Nan-ti-coke; Nip-is-sing; No-quet; O-da-wah (Ot-ta-wa); O-ji-bwa; O-ji-bway; O-ji-bwe; Pas-sa-ma-quod-dy; Pen-ob-scot; Pot-a-wat-o-mi; Saulteau; Sauk; and Shaw-nee. Jones claimed that when they came together, some of them at first had difficulties understanding each other but after a short while they were fully capable of speaking with each other. They were united in one nation as a result of Seven Fires Prophecy. They took those predictions seriously and it was, in fact, Seven Fires Prophecy which kept Anishinabe People united in one nation. Blackfoot People are among oldest of Anishinabe People. They have lived out west for as long as 1,000 years and possibly as long as 1,300 years. Blackfoot People also have Reservations in North Dakota and South Dakota. They are Standing Rock Reservation and Cheyenne River Reservation, which are really a same Reservation. White historians claim they are Dakota but that is a lie. There are four Algonquian Tribes in California who are obviously Anishinabe. They are the Wappo, Wiyot, Yuki, and Yurok. They are probably Anishinabek who have lived out west longest, or Salish and Wakashan People are.



According to 1832's Edinburgh Encyclopedia, Athabascan People are Ojibway. They knew during those times (1830's), that Ojibway People came up from a southwestern location then western location later, and forced their way to Atlantic Oceans shores. They took control of land from Missouri River to Atlantic Ocean. They did not exterminate those tribes native to North America's eastern shores. They forced them to migrate west to North Mexico. That be Mexico before English whites brought North Mexico under their control. Today, that location or North Mexico, is now Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. After Ojibway People reached east of Lake Superior or St. Lawrence River, they sent large numbers of their soldiers and their families, north to Hudson Bay then to Beaufort Sea or Arctic Ocean. They gave rise to Athabascan People and Cree People. They were sent to Hudson Bay and Beaufort Sea, to fight invading Eskimos and their white allies.


Arapaho (that includes Gros Ventre) and Cheyenne People, are also (southern) Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's who commenced an exodus towards Kansas-Oklahoma in 1838-1839. Thus, a reason for Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's of Montana and Kansas and Oklahoma. After reaching Kansas-Oklahoma, many Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's fled up to Montana and many more fled to Mexico. Jones also tells Anishinabe People that generations before his time (mid 19th century) Anishinabe People were fighting a war against Flathead Indians in western Montana. You can google Peter Jones 19th century book "History of the Ojebway Indians" and download it for free. However, you can click a link further above on this page to download his book. Be patient! That download will take time if your internet connection is a slow one. Read chapter titled "Language" and chapter titled "War." In 1973, Anishinabe People of Montana attempted to sue United States for illicitly eradicating their huge Montana Reservation. Montana Anishinabe ogimak (leaders) wanted compensation but whites ruled that Anishinabe People were not native to Montana and did not show up to live in Montana until late 19th century. Them whites claimed that there was no historical information that Anishinabe People have been in Montana before mid 19th century. Them whites are conspiring to rob Anishinabe People of their history and it is because of Seven Fires Prophecy.



There are other groups of Anishinabe People who have had their nationality stolen from them. They include Cherokee and all other Iroquois Tribes including them Tuscarora. Both Cherokee and Tuscarora, claimed they originally lived north. Cherokee claimed they originally lived near them Great Lakes. Either just before whites invaded or shortly after whites invaded, Anishinabe ogimak sent large numbers of their soldiers southeast or what is now southeastern part of United States. They did so to defend Indian land. Southern Anishinabe People are Cherokee, Lumbee, Powhatan, and Tuscarora. Out west, many more Anishinabe People live but they have been robbed of their nationality. Caddoan Tribes are obviously Anishinabe. Click here to learn about them. All Colonies, Rancherias, and Reservations established after 1887 out west, are Anishinabe. Read Seven Fires Prophecy. In 1887, United States passed that illicit Dawes Act which eradicated huge Reservations in western part of United States. Afterwards, those Anishinabe People who continued to follow Seven Fires Prophecy, commenced an exodus which brought them mainly to California.



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Origins of tribal names of Anishinabe, Anishinini, Chippewa, Ojibwa, Ojibway and Ojibwe

Your probably among those that believe Ojibwa means harmful. Your wrong. Old Ojibway Dictionaries are very helpful. Ojibway word for "before" are "nond," "Bwa," "tchi bwa," and "bwa mashi." Of course, you already know "before" means "earlier," "first," "previously," "prior," exc. It was Ojibway Peoples way of telling whites, that Ojibway People were here first. Ojibway People may have used "bwa" more frequently to name themselves. Adding their "n" plural to "bwa" makes it "bwan." In Alberta and Montana, they named themselves "As-sin-ni Bwan." It means "Stoney O-ji-bwas." Now Chippewa has it's origins in that same word. However, they used "chi bwa" to identify with. You can obviously hear Chippewa in it. It's also our origin for "O-ji-bwa." It means "The Original People." You possibly think "O-ji Bway and O-ji Bwe" also mean Original People. It don't. Ojibway word for "truth" is "De-bwe-win." Their word for "heart" is "de" and they made frequent use of it. They excluded "de" and used only "bwe" to name themselves "The People of Truth." That is what "O-ji Bwe" means.



As for "Anishinabe and Anishinini" both have a same meaning. We have to write them this way: A-nish i Na-be and A-nish i Ni-ni to decipher what each means. Ojibway word for "male" is "na-be." Ojibway word for man is "ni-ni." In some dialects it's "I-ni-ni." So we know "male or man" is in both words. Now we have to investigate what "A-nish" means. In Ojibway, their word for "why with an exclamation symbol and well" is "A-nish." Translated, both "A-nish-i-na-be and A-nish-i-ni-ni" mean "Shrewd Man." Somehow this name is yet in use. In fact, many Ojibway People rather use it than Ojibway. However, most Ojibway People rather use Ojibway because it deals with "truth." Try googling "Ojibway" and you'll be presented with "Ojibwe" instead. For ages they have written "Ojibway" as "Ojibway." Today, they almost always use "Ojibwe" online. They are not doing it because they know what it means. They are doing it to divert you.



Uto-Aztecan Language (Shoshonean) Family

These people are obviously partially Anishinabe and non Anishinabe Indian. When their first diaspora occurred around 1,000 years to 1,500 years ago, Anishinabe Soldiers split up into three groups. One went northwest to Alaska then Asia. Another went straight westward. Then another went southwest. I will focus on groups of Anishinabe Soldiers and their families, who went straight west and southwest. They forced their way to Pacific Oceans Coastline. They also forced their way down into what are now Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Other States they brought under their control include California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. They then also forced all of Mexico, Central America, and western South America under their control. To learn about these people who are an admixture of Anishinabe and Uto, click here.



Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan Language Family


They refer to Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan Language relationship, as being an Algonquian-Wakashan Language Family. Salishan and Wakashan Indians, are obviously partially Anishinabe. Anishinabek at all locations out west, have been forced by whites to lose their tribal identity. Anishinabe Soldiers subjugated most (not all) of these western Indian Tribes, around 1,000 years ago to 1,500 years ago. Wakashan could be more closely related to Ojibway than Salish. However, Salish extent is much further east which is indicative of it being more Ojibway than non Ojibway. There could be some Chinese, Filipino and Polynesian influence in these languages, especially along Pacific Oceans Coast.



Mexicans

Where are those Indian Nations who once lived along Atlantic Oceans eastern coast? They are Mexicans who live in United States and also in northern Mexico. Following prophecy, Anishinabe Soldiers forced those Indian Nations who once lived along Atlantic Oceans eastern coast, to migrate elsewhere. Most probably fled to South America but many fled to Mexico and Central America. Many fled to Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California and Colorado. Today, they are Mexicans who live in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. They are quite numerous. They have been robbed of their nationality by whites and will never accept being a Native American who originally lived in United States.



Anishinabe Language

It has been corrupted by whites. Why would whites corrupt their language? There are Anishinabe People living in Africa, Asia, and Europe as well as in Mexico, Central America, and South America. Today, there are several major dialects of a fabricated Anishinabe Language, and many more dialects existing in each of those dialects of Anishinabe. By far, Cree dialect of Anishinabe, has most speakers (around 100,000). Next are these: Ojibwe with 28,825; North Ojibwe or Severn Ojibwe (aka Oji-Cree) with 13,630; Algonquin with 1,660; Ottawa with 601; Potawatomi with ?; Western Ojibwe or Nakawe (aka Saulteaux) with ? Anishinabe Language is dying out. You can't learn how to speak Ojibway because whites have corrupted this language so disgracefully. You can try and learn Anishinabe yet you'll quickly find out you can't.



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