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Ojibway Indians History


  • First French and Indian War

  • Second French and Indian War

  • Third French and Indian War

  • Fourth French and Indian War

  • Fifth French and Indian War (1755-1763 French & Indian War)

  • Anishinabe Conquest of Cuba

  • Anishinabe Conquest of Arizona-New Mexico

  • The 1774-1794 War (American Revolutionary War)

  • Anishinabe Conquest of Hispaniola

  • Anishinabe Conquest of Jamaica

  • The War of 1812

  • Red River Invasion (1812)

  • The Florida War

  • Anishinabe Conquest of Mexico

  • Anishinabe Conquest of South America

  • The 1832-1848 War

  • The 1835-1840 Lower Canada Rebellion

  • The 1847-1859 War

  • The 1847-1933 Yucatan War

  • The 1860-1867 War

  • The 1860-1881 Mullan Road War

  • The 1861-1865 War (1861-1865 American Civil War)

  • 1862: The Whites Invade Montana

  • The 1864-1870 War of the Triple Alliance

  • The 1868-1898 War

  • The 1872-1875 War

  • The 1878 Anishinabe Exodus

  • The 1885 Northwest Rebellion

  • The 1898 Spanish-American War

  • The Thousand Days War

  • The 1910-1920 Mexican Revolution

  • The 1926-1929 Cristeros War

  • Fort Shaw

  • Hudson Bay Company and the Northwest Passage

  • Metis

  • Montana Anishinabe Land Claim Lawsuit

  • Ogima Big Bear

  • Ogima Blue Jacket

  • Ogima Broken Arm

  • Ogima Bugonaygishig

  • Ogima Little Bear

  • Ogima Pontiac

  • Ogima Rocky Boy

  • Ogima Smallboy

  • Ogima Tecumseh

  • Ojibway Ancient Ruins

  • Ojibway Language

  • Ojibway Migrations

  • Ojibway Mythology

  • Ojibway Syllabic Writing

  • Ojibway Totems

  • Route 66

  • Sandy Lake Tragedy

  • The 1863 Little Shell Treaty

  • The 1877-1889 Oklahoma War & Anishinabek of Oklahoma

  • The Failed 1862 Little Shell Treaty

  • The Chippewa Exodus of 1910-1912

  • The Seven Fires Prophecy

  • The Truth About Atlantis



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