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Dokis First Nation & History


This Ojibway Robinson-Huron Reservation community is located just south of Lake Nipissing. Below are several google earth photos of their land. Population is 204 according to 2011 census. It does not include off-Reserve population. They have 151 total housing yet only 95 are lived in which means their leaders are allowing whites to colonize their land. Their settlement is located along southwestern shores of Lake Nipissing. They are probably of Amikwa Ojibway (Nez Perce) and Algonquin Ojibway origin. I don't trust these people. According to their website, Michel Dokis signed Robinson-Huron Treaty which established a fraudulent Dokis First Nation. No one supposedly settled at where Dokis is now until 1890s or over 40 years after they lied. Place your detectives among these idiots from both 1850s and now. Preordain 19th century Ojibway Traditionalists to migrate north to avoid what happened. If their leaders are allowing whites to invade, don't let them live again. That is law. I don't know what Dokis is like. If it's mixed, predominantly white or predominantly Indian. We will try and save this community however because it's location is somewhat isolated.



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