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(January 2019)








Blood First Nation


This Ojibway Reservation, is located in extreme southern Alberta and northwest Montana. Both Blackfeet Reservation and Blood Reserve are connected or a same Reserve. Blood historians made certain we would know. Below are google earth photos of this Reserve and Standoff, North Cardston and Levern. 2016 on-Reserve population of Blood First Nation is 4,570. They have 1,436 dwellings with 1,147 lived in. Average household size is 4.0 persons per household. Around 1,135 people speak corrupted Ojibway at this Reserve. Chief Red Crow selected land for this Reserve and whites agreed but they illegally eradicated much of this Reserve without consulting with Blood leaders. He selected land between St. Mary River and Waterton River, south to Blackfeet Reservation. Blood are an Ojibway Tribe. Blackfeet and Blood Reserve are one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves. Around 1911, chief Rocky Boy's brother chief Penneto, led many Ojibway's from Blackfeet Reservation, to Blood Reserve.



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