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Your financial support is needed. It is the Seven Fires Prophecy that foretells of a Rebirth of the Chippewa Nation. Our goal is to unite all Chippewa Reservations and Reserves in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. You can donate money by using paypal. Below is the paypal button. Donate any amount of money. If you are in fear of white terrorism, don't join our organization. Just donate money. If you are not in fear of white terrorism, click the Chippewa Indians for a Rebirth of the Chippewa Nation link below. It is a facebook page. This is from Samuel Poe. Also email me if you rather another route be a token.






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Mattagami


Located in northern Ontario, 35 miles north of the white city of Sudbury, is the Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation settlement of Mattagami. The settlement has a population of 189. There are 79 housing units in the settlement with only 60 occupied. That gives the settlement of Mattagami a 3.1 persons per household size average, which is about normal for Chippewa settlements. The Anishinabe language is not doing good at this settlement with only around 15 speaking Anishinabe. About 10 people in the settlement are non Indian. Below are links to pictures of the Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation settlement of Mattagami. You can tell by the pictures just how rocky the soil of the Treaty 9 Chippewa Reservation is in that region. However, further to the north the land becomes more swampy. Near the coast of Hudson Bay it's almost like tundra.



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Mattagami Full Photograph From Above

Mattagami From Road

Mattagami From Road

Mattagami From Road

Mattagami From Road

Mattagami From Road


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