Nanabozho and Ojibwa Mythology
Ojibway People did not know of Nanabozho. However, if they did have a belief in this mythological figure, we have to investigate origins of the name "Bo-zho." They had a belief in a creator. A creator that provided laws to them to live by. It was possibly whites that corrupted Ojibway People by fooling them into a belief in a mythological figure named Nanabozho. Were not stupid! Bozho may have originated among whites in Europe. Bozho (the name) is obviously of white European origins. I don't know where "nana" originated. Now we have to investigate Ojibway Language to find a word that is identical to Bo-zho or Boo-zhoo! We find it in their word for Bobcat and Lynx! It's Bi-zhiw or Pi-zhiw! It's pronounced as Be-zhoo and Pe-zhoo! Chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway surname is Bi-zhiw or Pi-zhiw! That information is why we can't exclude the Ojibway mythological figure Na-na-bo-zho! I learned about chief Rocky Boy's family at geni.com a few months ago or in late 2019 or early 2020. His father was chief Bobtail or Alexis Pishe Bobtail. He was born in 1826. He died in 1900. They listed him as a Cree from Alberta which is a lie! His fathers Ojibway surname is not Bobtail! It's Bobcat! Chief Bobtail was supposedly the biological brother of Grand Nakomas (it means Grandmother) Marguerite Ma-che-quay-aince Ah-dik Son-ga-bo Ki-che-ta. She was from Ojibway Nation's Hunter Totem or Ga-os-sed Do-dim. That be Reindeer Totem or A-dik Do-dim. They also listed her as leader of Ojibway Nation's Mi-de-wi-win Totem or Mi-det Do-dim of North America. That can't be correct! She could not be a citizen of both nation's or totems! She was from Minnesota. A newspaper report from 1902, detailed chief Rocky Boy's father being from Minnesota. However, chief Rocky Boy was born in Montana. His father migrated to Montana! Her brother was chief Red Bear who claimed much of North Dakota, especially where Spirit Lake Reservation is! She was possibly born in 1780. She could not be the brother of chief Bobtail! However, possibly his mother. After Cuthbert Grant was captured by Ojibway Soldiers, he married her. Cuthbert Grant II was possibly her son. He was born in 1793. He led Ojibway Soldiers during the Pemmican War which was an extension of the War of 1812. He's known for being victorious at the June 19, 1816 Battle of Seven Oaks. Ojibway Soldiers defeated the invading English and Eskimos. In 1817, they signed Selkirk Treaty which established Red River Colony which was subjugated by Ojibway Nation until 1869. Chief Rocky Boy was born in 1851 in Montana. Possibly where Great Falls is. Chief Rocky Boy was part white. Cuthbert Grant was white. Chief Rocky Boy was either a nephew or great grandson of Grand Nakomas Marguerite Ma-che-quay-aince Ah-dik Son-ga-bo Ki-che-ta. This information may not mean much to you yet future historians will know more than we do pertaining to chief Rocky Boy. Anyone that knows about "Nanabozho" knows he had a grandmother.