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(January 2019)








New Credit First Nation


This band of Ojibway Indians live just south of Brantford, Ontario. Below are google earth photos of their towns. Their on-Reserve population is 740 according to 2016's census. They have 264 dwellings with 242 lived in. Average household size is 3.1 persons per household. Their nation is small. It covers an area of land of 25.2 sq. km. or 9.8 sq. mi. Ojibway Language is no longer spoken at New Credit First Nation. These Ojibway's think they came from Credit River Reserve near Toronto in 1847. They didn't. Those Ojibway's at Credit River Reserve, relocated to Chippewa's of the Thames Reserve, between 1840-1846. Today, they are known as Oneida of the Thames near Southwold. They are really Ojibway. Ojibway People have to investigate Montana Ojibway History. There were many Deportations of Montana Ojibways between 1895 and 1940. They have to follow prophecy. We are told to look for evidence along a trail. All kinds of Montana Ojibway Relocations took place between 1902-1903. Canada accepted many Montana Ojibway's. Investigate their history. Why? In 1903, New Credit First Nation was formally confirmed by Canada which means it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reserves. They were giving land in 1903 adjoining Six Nations Reserve. Canada bought that land. You have to follow prophecy.



Map of New Credit Reserve

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