Anishinabe History

Ojibway People Must Make Their Decision Now To Accept Survival Or Extermination

This is about Seven Fires Prophecy which gives Ojibway People a warning they will be Exterminated (destroyed) if they don't take action. As it was 500 years ago, there is no difference at this time. We are at that time when it is Mandatory for Ojibway People to take action. All Indian Reservations and Reserves are Ojibway. Thus, it is predicted there will be a Rebirth of an Ojibway Nation. However, i can tell you with 100% confidence, that white leaders don't want nothing to do with you. Or Ojibway People will not follow prophecy is a better way of putting it. We have already responded. What i don't know is, what it's like far in a future era. I know I'm not there. Non whites in that future era, are doing things for me. Whites violated Seven Fires Prophecy. There are 8 predictions. There are not 7 predictions. It's real title is Eight Stopping Places Prophecy. They were told to search for a Flathead Shaped Mountain. They were not told to search for a Turtle Shaped Island. There are too many Turtle Shaped Islands. We know where that Flathead Shaped Mountain is located. That be a few miles west of Great Falls, Montana. Those seven other stopping places are Sulphur Springs, Grand Falls, Crooked Falls (aka Horseshoe Falls), Rainbow Falls, Colter Falls (it's submerged behind Rainbow Falls Dam Reservoir), Giant Springs and Black Eagle Falls. You are to move to this location or be Exterminated (destroyed). It's obvious Ojibway People did not follow prophecy at this time which means they have been Exterminated.

Chief Rocky Boy prepared our way. His Reservation is located a couple of miles south of Great Falls and quite large. It's name is Flathead Mountain Reservation. If you want to reach an afterlife, you have to move here. We have to deal with a bogus Little Shell Tribe trying to pass for chief Rocky Boy's Tribe of Chippewa Indians. They are trying to fool you. We have been warned by prophecy, that whites will try and fool Ojibway People. White media and white religions, are their main tools to fool Ojibway People and all other non whites.

To live again or reach an afterlife, you must become a citizen of chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation. You also must be an Atheist (neutral) or follower of Chairman Mao who is Christ Our Savior. He stopped whites from taking over all of earth. If you are a Christian or Muslim, you will not be accepted because you are anti-Christ or anti-Savior. You don't want to be saved. Whites are fooling you. Blacks and Mexicans, agreed long ago to assimilate into white society where they will disappear over time. Other non whites are being used by white leaders, that will reject them, as they will reject Blacks and Mexicans. They have accepted their fate.

To become a citizen of chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation, send an email with your name and address. Contact. An Ojibway surname will be provided to you for a citizenship identification. You also must move to chief Rocky Boy's Flathead Mountain Reservation. If you don't, we will not accept you. I already know it didn't happen. Since all Indian Reservations and Reserves in Canada and United States, are in fact Ojibway, you are welcome. If you have plenty of money, it will be very important to donate that money so we can establish an office, hire lawyers, initiate greenhouse farms and villages, ect. We will follow procedure and attempt to gain Federal Recognition. We already know white leaders will not recognize our nation. Sad thing is, we have proof. Leaders of Reservations and Reserves in Canada and United States, will not do anything. It they do anything, it will be to help white leaders. World leaders must now prepare in greater depth, survival means, if those catastrophes mentioned in Eight Stopping Places Prophecy (aka Seven Fires Prophecy) and Revelation, increase with greater deadliness. We are at that time. Be very cautious of white leaders. We have been warned about them. Non whites in these America's and Pacific Ocean Islands, have been Exterminated. China can have their land.

Kehewin First Nation

These Saulteaux Ojibway People live adjacent to Muriel Lakes west shores in Alberta. Kehewin was one of chief Big Bears favorite locations. They are within Big Bears Reserve. They are a part of Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibway People (aka Sunchild which was another of chief Rocky Boy's names) of Alberta and Saskatchewan. According to 2016's census, on-Reserve population of Kehewin is 976. They think they are Cree. Their fear of prophecy is so great, they refuse to identify as being Ojibway. They are a disgrace to Ojibway Traditionalists. Information about their history they won't accept, follows.

It is very difficult to learn about the correct history of the Jackfish Lake Saulteaux of Saskatchewan, because white historians have a tendency to lie about their history and often use Cree to identify them. In 1876, chiefs Big Bear and Sitting Bull, led 10,000's of Montana Ojibway's to Alberta's and Saskatchewan's Cypress Hills where they settled. Chief Big Bear was quick to reach Treaty Six negotiations in August of 1876. He had just been involved in serious battles against American's invading Montana and was forced to lead he subjects north into Canada. He first visited Fort Walsh in late June or early July of 1876 or shortly after Battle of Little Big Horn, then quickly proceeded to Fort Carlton, which is 275 miles or 442.5 kilometers northeast of Fort Walsh.

According to chief Big Bears son Little Bear, his father chief Big Bear, was biggest chief in Canada and he belonged to the American side or lived in the United States. He told whites that in December of 1913 at Lewistown, Montana. His talk with whites in Lewistown, was reported in the Tuesday December 30, 1913 Fergus County Democrat. Little Bear did not like chief Rocky Boy. According to William Morris, who negotiated Treaty Six on behalf of Canada, chief Big Bear or The Big Bear as he named him, tried taking the lead in the council or act on behalf of all Indians who were there. He formerly lived at Jack Fish Lake and was considered by whites to be hostile. Morris didn't like chief Big Bear and the Saulteaux or Ojibway's he led. He considered the Saulteaux Ojibway's to be very hostile. Chief Big Bear left his native Montana refusing to cede his vast Montana Reservation. Chief Rocky Boy continued to honor chief Big Bears commentment to honor the treaty that established Piegan Reservation (aka Blackfeet Reservation). Chief Big Bear did arrive in time for Treaty Six negotiations yet told Morris he could not sign treaty because his subjects were yet in the Cypress Hills region and probably very agitated.

He told Morris he would sign Treaty Six in 1877 or when his subjects could migrate north with him. He possibly signed an adhesion to Treaty Six in 1877. Chief Big Bear's subjects agreed to migrate north of Fort Pitt. It took some time for this migration. Fort Pitt is 265 miles or 426.5 kilometers north of Fort Walsh. Thus, why it took a long time for Montana Ojibway Refugees to migrate north of Fort Pitt which is north of Saskatchewan River (aka North Saskatchewan River). All land north of Saskatchewan River was Ojibway land. That was agreed upon when the Ojibway Nation led by chief Big Bear, signed Treaty Six in 1877 with Canada. Chief Big Bear was already familiar with Jackfish Lake and the immediate surrounding region. His Saulteaux Ojibway subjects expanded north, east and west, after reaching Fort Pitt. Their closest kinfolk in that part of Saskatchewan were the Willow Crees who are really the Willow Ojibway's. They were rather hostile during treaty Six negotiations. They lived on land Canada wanted in 1876. That be land south of South Saskatchewan River or most of southwest Saskatchewan. Morris wrote that the Willow Crees were under the influence of a wandering band of Saulteaux Ojibway's. He meant chief Big Bear. To shorten this history, those Ojibway People native to Saskatchewan who lived south of South Saskatchewan River, ceded land then migrated north of South Saskatchewan River or to Ojibway Reserves in southeast Saskatchewan.

Chief Big Bear may have favored the Kehewin or Frog Lake region. Howewver, his Saulteaux Ojibway subjects lived where they pleased, north of Saskatchewan River. In December of 1882, Canada once again could not control their greed. They demanded land north of South Saskatchewan River. Chief Big Bear was not pleased about these white land thiefs and how they constantly violated or broke treaty agreements. He may have agreed to land cessions in December of 1882, because his subjects were in agreement to cede that land. We know whites to be notorious liars. In early 1885, chief Big Bear learned of news relating to his large Saulteaux Ojibway Reserve, north of Saskatchewan River, being reduced in size illegally and reacted by protesting Canada's refusal to honor treaty. Chief Big Bears Soldiers demanded to fight. However, chief Big Bear was initially reluctant to fight. His military commanders were in agreement with their soldiers which meant chief Big Bear had to fight. He did receive his large Reserve in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

In Alberta, it includes Beaver Lake, Blue Quill, Cold Lake, Frog Lake, Heart Lake, Kehewin, Saddle Lake and White Fish Lake. In Saskatchewan, it includes Ahtahkakoop, Big Island, Big River, Flying Dust, Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's, Makwa Sahgaiehcan (location of last battle of 1885's Northwest Rebellion), Ministikwan, Mistawasis, Moosomin, Muskeg Lake, Pelican Lake, Thunderchild, Waterhen Lake and Witchekan Lake. Most Saulteaux Ojibway's settled in Saskatchewan, north of Saskatchewan River. We know Saulteaux Ojibway's settled in Alberta. Chief Big Bear and chief Rocky Boy (it wasn't chief Little Bear because he formed an alliance with American's in 1876) were very active between Lac la Biche and Frog Lake, during 1885's Northwest Rebellion.

The Saulteaux Tribe of the Battlefords District

They are known for not taking treaty. To put it bluntly, they continued to honor treaty. They are those Saulteaux Ojibways led by chief Big Bear who dispersed after 1885's Northwest Rebellion. Fort Battleford or Battleford as it's known today, was a boundary in the 1880's. Saskatchewan River is the actual boundary. Battleford is located south of Saskatchewan River, while North Battleford is located north of Saskatchewan River. Both communities are adjacent to Saskatchewan River yet distinct. Historically, the Saulteaux Ojibway's of the Battlefords District are known as the Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's, Pelican Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's (aka Chitek Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's), and Witchekan Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's. They also include the Sunchild Saulteaux Ojibway's who also live in Alberta adjacent to the O'Chiese Saulteaux Ojibway's or, yet live in Saskatchewan. They were set aside land adjacent to Witchekan Lake in 1915 which means they are more closely related to the Witchekan Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's.

1906: Saulteaux Ojibway's Request For Reserve

In 1906, Ojibway People living around Jackfish Lake, are convinced whites will not honor treaty and making matters worse, those whites were invading their large Reserve. Ojibway leaders at Jackfish Lake, acted on behalf of all Saulteaux Ojibway People living throughout their vast Reserve which is mainly located in Saskatchewan, with a smaller portion being in adjacent Alberta. Witchekan Lake Ojibway's requested for a Reserve in 1909. Other Saulteaux Ojibway's included Ministikwan. They were recognized by Canada in 1909 and given a Reserve in 1911. They were supposedly originally from Onion Lake. Thus, why we have to include Onion Lake. Not just that yet many Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy (it's wasn't chief Little Bear), were being relocated to Onion Lake after 1905. That could be why Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibway leaders requested for Reserves in 1906. Then Big Island is another location. Chief of Big Island Joseph Bighead, signed treaty in 1913. And Makwa Sahgaiehcan which received a Reserve in 1916. Waterhen Lake is yet another. They signed treaty in 1913. These late adhesion signings to Treaty 6 are the focal point. They didn't sign treaty because they in fact signed Treaty 6 in the 1870's. They continued to honor treaty. When they signed adhesions to a fake Treaty 6, they were actually signing a treaty that eradicated their vast Reserve. We don't recognize those treaty signings that illegally eradicated this vast Ojibway Reserve. And we understand many Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy (it wasn't chief Little Bear), were forced to relocate to Onion Lake Reserve after 1905. They are just important as those Saulteaux Ojibway People who were native to that region of Saskatchewan and Alberta.

These Ojibway People were known for being especially hostile and independent. They refused to take treaty or were led by chief Big Bear. In the early 20th century, Ojibway leaders in the Jackfish Lake region became alarmed after white invaders commenced showing up at their land. Jackfish Lake is 16 miles or 26 kilometers north of North Battleford. In 1909, Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibway leaders including from Moosomin including Thunderchild, agreed to accept a Reserve at Jackfish Lake which covered 9,045 acres. This is what caused the establishment of these Saulteaux Ojibway Reserves. However, most continued to refuse to sign treaty. Those Saulteaux Ojibway's living in the Witchekan Lake region also received Reserve land. According to their leader chief Kaykaykeesic, who wrote to James McKay in October of 1912, his subjects were hunters who had lived in that region for around 40 years. They never took treaty or to put it correctly, they continued to honor treaty. He was concerned about whites invading his land. He thought it was wise to get a Reserve at Witchekan Lake. After chief Kaykaykeesic died in 1918, these Ojibway People had leaders given them by Canada who started to claim they were Cree. Thus, the reason why we have this Cree infusion to deal with.

Before 1918, the Saulteaux Ojibways of the Battlefords District were very numerous. Far more than an estimated population of 293 reported in 1911. They include besides the Jackfish Lake Saulteaux Ojibways, the Pelican Lake Saulteaux Ojibways, Witchekan Lake Saulteaux Ojibways and Sunchild Saulteaux Ojibways. The Big River Reserve must be included because the Pelican Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's were led by the leader of Big River First Nation in 1902. He was chief Kenemotayoo. They shared the same Reserve in 1902, which is Big River Reserve. It means we have to include Ahtahkakoop, Mistawasis and Muskeg Lake. They were eager to sign Treaty 6 because they were confident Canada would stay south of Saskatchewan River. Big River Reserve including Ahtahkakoop, Mistawasis and Muskeg Lake are located north of Saskatchewan River.

Sunchild (Jackfish Lake) District

Their district commences at Jackfish Lake and extends north to Thunderchild then to Flying Dust then to Waterhen Lake then to Big Island. It includes to it's west, Makwa Sahgaiehcan, Ministikwan, Onion Lake, Frog Lake and two Metis Reserves. They are Elizabeth and Fishing Lake. On their east is the Witchekan Lake Saulteaux Ojibway District. Most of the Sunchild Saulteaux Ojibway District is covered by a forest and lakes. Sunchild was another of chief Rocky Boy's names.

Witchekan Lake District

Their district commences at Sylvander Lake which is where Sunchild was added to Witchekan Lake in 1915. It extends north to include Pelican Lake (aka Chitek Lake) then to Green Lake and further north. To it's east are Ahtahkakoop, Big River, Mistawasis and Muskeg Lake. Since there is a connection between Pelican Lake and Big River, we have to include Ahtahkakoop, Big River, Mistawasis and Muskeg Lake. Most of their land is covered by a forest and lakes.

Map of the Saulteaux Jackfish Lake Reserve (aka Big Bears Reserve)

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