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Ojibway People and the Prophet
Before War of 1812 expanded, an unusual prophet arose among Ojibway People. This prophet may not have been a prophet as one expects from a person that can supposedly predict ahead of her/his time. White historians have used deceit about Tecumseh and his brother Tenskwatawa. Neither one cared for Indians. They were raised by a white, Ojibway's allowed to rise to power among Ojibway People. He or Blue Jacket, later caused Ojibway People trouble. Tecumseh was a spy that worked for whites. Ojibway Soldiers singled him out during War of 1812, to wound him then eat him alive. Lewis and Clark were in Montana in 1805-1806 to negotiate with Ojibway leaders about a land deal. Of course, Louisiana Purchase was one part of this land deal. Rocky Mountains from south of Great Falls, Montana to Alaska, was exchanged for ceding what historically is known as Louisiana Purchase. This land deal played an important part in this unknown Ojibway prophet (he was really a leader) and his attempt to stop civil war among Ojibway People. Ojibway Nations Trade Totem or Odawah Dodim, was helping whites fight Ojibway People. They were enticed to white trade posts to trade. So many left Ojibway villages to work for white trade posts, they thought of themselves as independent and invincible. They thought their guns they received from white traders, would help them defeat their own people. They didn't! From Great Falls, this unknown Ojibway leader sent out many of his messengers warning Ojibway People they had to stop fighting among themselves, stop trading at white trade posts, stop using white trade items and more importantly that they had to follow prophesy and migrate west. Nearly all took it seriously because he sent 10,000's of Ojibway Soldiers east to force them to be obedient. English leaders took notice to what was going on and thought they should further their deceit including their promise about the land deal. They increased their number of soldiers including that of their Eskimo allies, in Manitoba and fought their way south to south Manitoba. It instigated War of 1812. In Manitoba, English and Eskimo Soldiers were defeated then set aside a small colony known as Red River Colony. Though Ojibway People were already migrating west before this unknown Ojibway leader rose to power, after losing War of 1812, far greater numbers of Ojibway People heeded prophesy and migrated west and also south and north. This unknown Ojibway prophet was not a prophet. He followed prophesy!