Peguis First Nation


This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community of Peguis, has an interesting history. Below are google earth photos of this Ojibway town. Population of Peguis First Nation is 2,704 according to 2016's census. They have 948 dwellings with 785 lived in. Average household size is 3.4 persons per household. Ojibway Language is no longer spoken there. Of course, their history is about chief Peguis. I'm not one to extend degradation but chief Peguis appears to not have been educated. It could be that white historians have lied about chief Peguis. They were not first of those Ojibway's from St. Peters Reserve to relocate north. They were Fisher River Ojibway's who are so cowardly they refuse to identify as being Ojibway. They are so cowardly they use Fisher River Cree Nation to identify themselves. They originated from St. Peters Reserve which was located in southern Manitoba near Selkirk. That's Ojibway Territory. They are too scared to follow prophecy. Peguis First Nation is situated only a mile from Fisher River which did not agree to relocate from north of Lake Winnipeg, to their current location. It was from St. Peters Reserve where they agreed to relocate to Fisher River. Supposedly, around 1907, this so called St. Peters Reserve near Winnipeg, was eradicated and Ojibway's were forced to relocate to this community. Land surrender of 1907, was for chief Rocky Boy's Montana Ojibway's. They were forced to relocate to Peguis.



Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis Road Closeup

Peguis From Road

Peguis From Road

Peguis From Road

Peguis From Road

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