Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana


The Apocalypse


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Piapot First Nation


It is one of four Ojibway communities located around Qu'Appelle Lakes. Qu'Appelle is pronounced as "Qu-Pel." Some think it is French while others think it is Algonquin. Piapot has a population of 598 according to 2015 census. That does not include Piapot citizens living in white communities. Since they are surrounded by numerous white communities, most Ojibways have moved to white communities. Ojibways have four Reserves which make up Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve. Muscowpetung, Pasqua, and Standing Buffalo are them other three. Below is a map of Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve. Originally, Muscowpetung and Pasqua made up Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve. Piapot and Standing Buffalo were added later for reasons. Both were probably added on to Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve for Saulteaux Ojibways from Montana. They have close relations with Touchwood Hills Reserve which include Day Star and Kawacatoose, as well as Gordon and Muskowekwan, File Hills Reserve, Crooked Lakes Reserve, and Carry the Kettle Reserve. Last Mountain Reserve was probably a part of Touchwood Hills Reserve before being stolen in 1918. It covered an area of land totaling 27,972 hectares or 69,120 acres. More historical information is below google earth photos of this Ojibway Reserve.



Muscowpetung - Pasqua - Piapot - Standing Buffalo


Reserve Map


Muscowpetung Road Closeup

Muscowpetung Road Closeup

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Muscowpetung Road Closeup

Piapot Road Closeup

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Pasqua or Echo Valley Park Road Closeup

Pasqua or Echo Valley Park Road Closeup

Pasqua or Echo Valley Park Road Closeup

Pasqua or Echo Valley Park Road Closeup

Standing Buffalo Road Closeup

Standing Buffalo Road Closeup

Standing Buffalo Road Closeup

Standing Buffalo Road Closeup

Standing Buffalo Road Closeup

History


After that 1876-1877 War in Montana, 10,000s of Montana Saulteaux Ojibways fled up to southern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan. They settled around them Cypress Hills. Canada did not want a large Indian population living in southwestern Saskatchewan and southern Alberta. Land in that location was prairie land and highly sought after. They coerced many to relocate to central and southeastern Saskatchewan, where land was covered by a great many lakes and forests. I suspect Canada set aside a large Reserve which included Touchwood Hills Reserve, Last Mountain Reserve, Qu'Appelle Reserve, Files Hills Reserve, Crooked Lakes Reserve, and Fishing Lake Reserve. In 1885, Canada broke treaty and a war followed. Chief Kinistin led many Ojibway People to northern Manitoba and northern Saskatchewan and to what is now Nunavut and Northwest Territories. Chief Little Bear and other Saulteaux Ojibway leaders, led large numbers of Ojibway People to northern Alberta and northern British Columbia. From there, they migrated to Yukon and further west.



A small area between Pasqua and Standing Buffalo Districts, has been set aside to be a provincial park. It is Echo Valley Provincial Park which was established in 1960. It covers 654 hectares or 1,616 acres. Supposedly, total size of all 4 Reserves and that park which was (is) a part of this Reserve which are really one, is 43,339 hectares or 107,093 acres. However, it is really 214 sq. mi. or 555.4 sq. km. Largest District is Piapot. Chief Piapot led many Ojibways to Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve, from Carry The Kettle Reserve in 1880s. Smallest is Standing Buffalo. Total population living on Reserve, is 1,953.



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