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Zeba, Michigan


It is a census designated place located within L'Anse Reservation. Below are links to google earth photos of Zeba. Zeba's population is 480 according to 2010's census. There are at least 2 distinct communities within Zeba CDP. Trying to determine which one is predominantly Ojibway is difficult. What the United States has done with this Ojibway Reservation is a disgrace. There are 183 households. Ojibway's make up 47% of Zeba's population. Whites make up 45%. Mixed bloods and Mexicans make up 8% of Zeba's population. They are under an impression that "Ze-ba" means "River" in Ojibway Language. However, it either means "Creek" or something else. In Ojibway their word for "River" is "Sip-pi." In 19th century, American leaders refused to honor treaty. It led to most Ojibway People of this location, migrating west or to Canada. Most people living within L'Anse Reservation are white. This issue must be resolved!



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