James Smith First Nation


Located just north of Kinistino, Saskatchewan, is James Smith First Nation. Historically, a brother of Ojibway ogima (chief) John Smith (he established Muskoday First Nation), who was James Smith of course, signed treaty six in 1876, which established this First Nation. James Smith was one of six Smith brothers who led many Ojibway's to southeastern Saskatchewan. Historians claim they originally lived near Winnipeg, Manitoba. St. Peters Reserve was located a few miles northeast of Winnipeg, near Selkirk. These idiots think they are Cree. They are so cowardly they go by James Smith Cree Nation. They are too cowardly to follow prophecy. No Cree or northern Ojibway's, lived in extreme southern Manitoba. Southern Manitoba was Ojibway land. There are two Reserves which make up James Smith First Nation. Cumberland 100A and James Smith 100 Reserves. They cover an area of 15,099 total hectares or 37,310 total acres. Total on-Reserve population according to 2016's census, is 1,060. These people don't know who they are or are resorting to false identity to avoid following prophecy.



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