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Chippewas of the Thames First Nation


This band of Ojibway Indians live in extreme southern Ontario. Below are links to google earth photos of their communities. In Ojibway, they name their nation Desh-gan-ni Sip-pi. Remember, they allowed Munsee-Delaware Ojibway's and Seneca (Oneida) Ojibways, to live with them. Their on-Reserve population according to a 2016's census, is 972. Munsee-Delaware on-Reserve population is 153 according to 2016's census. Oneida of the Thames on-Reserve population is 1,282 according to 2011's census. They (Oneida) originally came from Ojibway's River Credit Reserve. They claim otherwise however. They relocated to Chippewas of the Thames Reserve between 1840-1846 and settled near Southwold. Munsee People also relocated to Chippewas of the Thames Reserve around 1840. Chippewas of the Thames Reserve was set aside in 1819 or 1822, when Longwoods Treaty was signed. Total on-Reserve population for Chippewas of the Thames Reserve now, is around 2,500 to 2,600. Around 1881 or 1882, friction between Chippewas of the Thames and Munsee-Delawares, led to Chippewas of the Thames leaders, telling Munsee-Delawares to leave their Reserve. It was about land. Total size of Chippewas of the Thames Reserve is 28.0 sq. mi. or 72.5 sq. km. It's a small nation. They did not sign a 1790 treaty ceding their land in southern Ontario. That's bogus. They were at war against whites at that time. They ceded land when they signed Longwoods Treaty which allowed them to share an area of land nearly 1,000 sq. mi. in extent, with whites.



Ojibway Traditionalists have had problems with Munsee Delawares since 19th century. They set aside 640 acres or 259 hectares for their chief. Today, Munsee of the Thames have gained their own Reserve status (that happened in 1967) and more of Chippewas of the Thames Reserve's land. They now have 2,600 acres or 1,054 hectares. Ojibway leaders allowed them to settle at their Reserve around 1840. They were supposedly from Grand River Reserve or Six Nations Reserve. Munsee community is located along Jubilee Road. Their population has changed little since 19th century. Ojibway leaders allowed them to move to their small nation. Same goes for Oneida of the Thames. Their smarter. Many Oneida People prefer Oneida Settlement or Oneida Community, rather than Oneida of the Thames Reserve. They did not pay to move to Chippewas of the Thames Reserve. They first requested from Ojibway leaders for opportunity to live with them. Ojibway leaders agreed. There are Oneida Settlements within Chippewas of the Thames Reserve. Munsee People are troublemakers. They are so confident, they claim Muncey is their town. They broke agreements they reached with Ojibway leaders who gave them permission to live with them and land for a village. They are so stupid they think they are not Ojibway. They came from Big Bear Creek Reserve which today is known as Moravian Delaware Reserve. Of course, it's no longer a problem to leaders of Chippewas of the Thames who were given Big Bear Creek Reserve or Moravian Reserve as it's known now. That was included in 1819's Longwoods Treaty. They received $120 million to forget about it or Moravian Reserve. However, there was never any dispute. Big Bear Creek Reserve is yet there. It's Moravian Reserve. Some of their Reserve was lost yet those Ojibway's that lost land at Big Bear Creek Reserve, were allowed to relocate to Chippewas of the Thames Reserve. However, they caused difficulties. We don't want anything to do with them and their deceit.



Map of Chippewas of the Thames Reserve

Chippewas of the Thames

Chippewas of the Thames

Chippewas of the Thames

Chippewas of the Thames

Chippewas of the Thames

Chippewas of the Thames



Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View

Oneida Road View



Muncey Road View

Muncey Road View

Muncey Road View

Muncey Road View

Muncey Road View

Muncey Road View



Chippewas of the Thames: On-Reserve population is 972. Over 350 dwellings with 347 lived in. Average household size is 2.8 persons per household.

Munsee: On-Reserve population is 162. 66 dwellings with 56 lived in. Average household size is 2.9 persons per household.

Oneida: On-Reserve population is 1,551. Over 540 dwellings with 535 lived in. Average household size is 2.8 persons per household.

Chippewas of the Thames on-Reserve Population is 2,685.

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