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Batchewana First Nation


This band of Ojibway's live in northern Ontario. Below are links to google earth photos of Garden River which is within this large Ojibway Reserve and a link to a map of this Reserve. On-Reserve population of Batchewana First Nation is, according to a 2018 census estimate, 792. However, that's unreliable and just an estimate. Batchewana has four distinct communities. They are Goulais, Obadjiwan and two at Rankin Location or just Rankin. It is Rankin that's their most populated community. It's adjacent to Sault Ste. Marie and has to be relocated. Goulais is next then Obadjiwan. They are signatories to 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty. Chief Nebenaigoching signed for Batchewana. 1859's Pennyfather Treaty is not legitimate. These Ojibway's were set aside a tract of land extending from Wanabekineyunnung west of Gros Cap, to boundary of lands ceded by chiefs of Lake Superior and inland ten miles throughout it's whole distance, icluding Batchewanaung Bay. However, Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. In 1902, Canada took land from Batchewana Reserve for construction of a railroad they never built. Whitefish Island was stolen in 1902 so their planned railroad could be constructed. As mentioned, it never was. Ojibway's living on Whitefish Island were forced to relocate to Goulais Bay in 1905. Chief Rocky Boy's landless Ojibway Subjects, were relocated to this Ojibway Reserve in 1905 or possibly 1902. Batchewana Reserve or Reserves, is another of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves. These Ojibway's from Garden River Reservation will not follow prophecy. They don't understand time travel is involved. Why should the Savior help those that don't help themselves. Last year (2019) citizens of Garden River First Nation told the Savior to get lost. They accepted a cash settlement to settle a land dispute. Chairman Mao does not approve of such actions. We know this Reservation that includes Batchewana, Garden River, Mississagi and Thessalon is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves. What happened in 1902 and 1905 is proof. We have been told to find evience along a trail. That's what we are doing. We are following prophecy. Since citizens of Garden River Reservation will not follow prophecy, i will request from the Savior to be allowed to remove those Ojibway People from Garden River Reservation, so citizens of the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians, can colonize their land. Force will be used if you do not leave. You have made your decision. Get out! Only by following prophecy can you help yourself. If you know about Seven Fires Prophecy, you know your fate. You shouldn't have did what you did because it will destroy you. You have to follow prophecy yet have proven you are too weak.



Map of Garden River Reservation

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Garden River Road View

Mica Bay Rebellion of 1849


This incident led to 1850's Robinson-Huron and Robinson-Superior Treaties. In 1849, white mining companies established mines at Mica Bay which was quickly learned of by Ojibway leaders. They sent many Ojibway Soldiers to those mines to destroy them. In response, England sent over 100 soldiers to put this rebellion down. It led to 1850's Robinson-Huron and Robinson-Superior Treaties. Ojibway Soldiers were led by chief Shing-wa-cos (Garden River) and chief Ne-be-nai-goch of Batchewana. White Soldiers had repeating rifles and revolvers yet Ojibway Soldiers stood their ground. Michipicoten (Gros Cap), Mississaga and Thessalon were also involved. A Treaty agreement was reached in 1850, to set aside a large Ojibway Reservation along Lake Superiors eastern shores and Lake Huron's northern shores. Whites deliberately wrote that their Reserve was so many miles this way and that way. However, Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. This Ojibway Reserve is very large and yet exists. We don't recognize 1859's Pennyfather Treaty. It's fraudulent.



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