Brunswick House First Nation


This Ojibway Indians settlement is located 2.5 miles southeast of Chapleau, Ontario. Below are several google earth photos of Bruncwick House First Nation. This Ojibway community is being fooled by whites. They are now under an impression caused by whites, that they are Oji-Cree which is a lie. On July 25, 1906 their leaders signed Treaty 9. We have very good reasons to claim their land as being part of an Ojibway Treaty 9 Reservation community. When Treaty 9 was negotiated, these Ojibway People were known as New Brunswick House Band of Ojibway. On June 1, 1925 Canada broke treaty and established Chapleau Game Preserve where these Ojibway People live. They also forbid Ojibway's from hunting and trapping. In 1973, corrupt white leaders again intruded and forced these Ojibway People to relocate closer to Chapleau which is a white city. Place your detectives at this Ojibway community to spy on their leaders. Though there is no outward signs of sleazy deals, at this time there is an obvious trend to bribe these people. Preordain 19th century Ojibway Traditionalists to migrate north. I don't trust their leaders. According to a 2011 census, New Bruncwick House First Nation has a population of 84. They have a total of 39 housing units or dwellings, with 29 lived in. New Brunswick House is one of many Ojibway Treaty 9 Reservation communities. They claim Oji-Cree People live in that region yet there is evidence that indicates another theory that is very disturbing. White Christian missionaries forced their converts to speak Cree at Island Lake, Manitoba. Written below is excerpt from 1930, about Island Lake Ojibwa's from northeastern Manitoba. Big Trout Lake is 200 miles east of Island Lake, Manitoba.



Linguistically, the Island Lake natives may be characterized by calling them Saulteaux or better perhaps, Saulteaux-Ojibwa, indicating more clearly by this hyphenated term the close relationship of their language to Ojibwa proper. Locally, they are said to speak a mixed dialect of Saulteaux and Cree. This mixture is reported to be especially typical of the Maria Portage groups, while the natives at Smooth Rock are reputed to speak a purer Saulteaux. It may be pointed out in this connection that Cree is utilized in the United Church services and at the Catholic mission, too, so that in recent years practically all of the lslandlakers have learned to understand Cree and many speak it. The assimilation of Cree would consequently appear to be partly the result of christianization and partly due to contact with the Norway House Cree since the canoe route referred to has been open. The linguistic base at Island Lake may very well be Saulteaux-Ojibwa with an overlay of Cree due to modern conditions. On the other hand, it is not impossible that a much older contact with Cree-speaking peoples has affected the language much more deeply than a superficial inspection would indicate, since the Saulteaux of this region may have been marginal to Cree bands for a considerable period, because to the south and east we find only Saulteaux spoken today.



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