Chippewa Tribe of Oklahoma


On July 19, 1866, a treaty was reached between the so called Cherokee Nation and the United States in which the Cherokee supposedly agreed to allow civilized Indians to settle on unoccupied Oklahoma Cherokee lands east of 96. They also agreed to allow friendly Indians to settle on unoccupied Cherokee lands west of 96. What is confusing about the July 19, 1866 Treaty, is exactly where the Chippewa's from Kansas settled at. Chippewa leaders knew from prophecy they had to preserve their Chippewa identity. So the Chippewa's of Kansas did not agree to merge with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. They knew better. Yet the July 19, 1866 Treaty claims the Chippewa's of Kansas, merged with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Several Reservations were created for supposed tribes in the extreme northeast section of the Cherokee Nations Oklahoma land. They include the Kansa, Missouri, Osage, Oto, Pawnee, Ponka, and the Nez Perce. We know the Nez Perce are the Amikwa Chippewa's. They are also known as the Nez Perce. Besides the Chippewa's, other Anishinabe People who agreed to merge with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma are the Delaware, Munsee, and Shawnee. Below is a map of the Cherokee Nations Reservation of Oklahoma. It has the number 492. Land west of 96 is within the Osage Reservation. We know the Arapaho and Cheyenne settled on land west of 96. Both were hostile towards the whites. That is well known. So there is a cover-up.



And the Chippewa's numbered far more than 100 or 200. They numbered in the 10,000s. They make up the majority of the Indian population of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. The so called Osage (the Osage are really the Sauk Ojibways who were known by their Anishinabe name which was O-sau-gee) Reservation of Oklahoma, is located within Cherokee land. However, the real Osage Reservation is in fact the Cherokee Nations Reservation of Oklahoma. It is well known historically that the Sac or Sauk, were allied with the Fox. It is very interesting because we know about the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's which indicates they are two tribes. The original homeland for all four peoples was southeastern Michigan. We know the O-sage are the Sac and Fox. We also know the Sac and Fox are the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's. According to William W. Warren, Ojibway leaders did not consider the Fox to be Algonquian. History proves it. After brutal wars against the Ojibway's, Fox leaders requested to be incorporated into the Sauk Tribe. Below is the map of the Cherokee Nations Oklahoma Reservation. It has the number 492. It's located in the northeastern part of Oklahoma. White historians are liars. Friendly Indians settled where the fabricated Osage Reservation is. Besides the Cherokee Nations Reservation, another list of Anishinabe People is further below. Below is text from the July 19, 1866 Treaty.





Date: July 19, 1866
Where or how concluded: Washington, D. C.
Reference: Statutes at Large, Volume XIV, page 799.
Tribe: Cherokee

Description of cession or reservation: U. S. authorized to settle any civilized Indians on unoccupied lands E. of 96 within Cherokee country.

U. S. authorized to settle friendly Indians on unoccupied lands W. of 96.

Cede to U. S. tract of 800,000 acres known as "Neutral land," to be sold in trust for their benefit, being the same conveyed to the Cherokees by the U. S. by the second article of the treaty of 1835, as follows: That tract of land situate between the W. line of the state of Missouri and the Osage reservation, beginning at the SE. corner of the same and run N. along the E. line of the Osage lands 50 miles to the NE. corner thereof; and thence E. to the W. line of the state of Missouri; thence with said line S. 50 miles; thence W. to the place of beginning; estimated to contain 800,000 acres of land; provided, that if any of the lands assigned the Quapaws shall fall within the aforesaid bounds, the same shall be reserved and excepted oat of the lands above granted.

Cede to U. S. strip lying between Osages and S. boundary of Kansas, to be sold in trust for their benefit.

Any lands owned by Cherokees in Arkansas or E. of Mississippi may be sold as their national council shall direct.

Cherokees retain remainder of their country for a future home.

Historical data and remarks: Under this provision the Delaware, Chippewa, Munsee and Shawnee removed from Kansas and merged their tribal existence with that of the Cherokee.

Under this provision reservations have been provided for the Osage, Kansa, Pawnee, Oto and Missouri, Ponka, and the Nez Perces, as will appear on Indian Territory map No. 3.

See act of Feb. 28, 1877.

No lands were owned by the Cherokee in these localities at this date.





Chippewa Reservation of Oklahoma

Adair, Cherokee, Delaware (most of Delaware County) Counties, and the eastern part of Mayes and Muskogee Counties, Sequoyah County, and northeastern Wagoner County is where the Reservation is located. On July 15, 1870, the Osage Reservation was established. However, it was on July 19, 1866 when Osage Reservation was first brought to the negotiating table. It covers 1,470,058 acres or 2,297 sq. mi. What is now Osage Reservation is not a Reservation. You are being fooled by the whites. What described above in northeastern Oklahoma, which borders Missouri, is the real Osage Reservation. It is a land which is largely mountainous. It is the only area in Oklahoma which has a large number of predominantly Indian communities. That alone tells you it is in fact an Indian Reservation.



Adair County is 43.3% Indian, while Cherokee County is 32.4% Indian, and Delaware County is 22.3% Indian. Adair County is 10.5% mixed and 5.3% Mexican. Adair has a Chippewa population of near 14,000. Cherokee County is 7.6% mixed and 4.1% Mexican. Cherokee County has a Chippewa population of near 20,600. Delaware County has a Chippewa population of near 9,000. Total Chippewa population for Adair, Cherokee, and Delaware Counties, is near 43,170 or close to half the population of the counties of Adair, Cherokee, and Delaware. Adair County in predominantly Indian, while Cherokee County is 44.1% Indian when including mixed bloods and Mexicans. Delaware County is near 30% Indian when including mixed bloods and Mexicans. The real Cherokee Reservation of Oklahoma, may cover 2,297 sq. mi. or possibly a bit more land.



There are 56 cities, towns, and CDP's or Census Designated Places in Adair, Cherokee, Delaware, Mayes, Muskogee, Sequoyah, and Wagoner Counties, with most being CDP's. All are predominantly Indian or about half Indian. Regarding CDP's, you must keep in mind most CDP's cover a large area of land and are not real cities or towns. In 2000, the Shawnee Ojibway's separated from the Cherokee Nation of Olahoma. In 2009, the Delaware Ojibway's also separated from the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Today, the so called Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (it is really the government of the United States), claims it will not allow the Munsee Ojibway's and the Swan Creek and Black River Ojibway's, to separate from the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Below is a list of the Indian settlements including CDP's, within the Chippewa Reservation of Oklahoma.



Hoot Owl - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 4. Cherokee 100%. Town. It covers 0.1 sq. mi.

Bull Hollow - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 67. Cherokee 80%. CDP. It covers 5.4 sq. mi.

Cherry Tree - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 883. Cherokee 75%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 30.8 sq. mi.

Oaks - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 288. Cherokee 73%. Mixed 13%. Mexican 2%. Town. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Old Eucha - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 52. Cherokee 70%. Mixed 20%. CDP. It covers 3.1 sq. mi.

Flute Springs - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 130. Cherokee 69%. Mixed 2%. Mexican 5%. CDP. It covers 3.1 sq. mi.

Kenwood - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 1,224. Cherokee 65%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 1%. Unincorporated. It covers. 45.0 sq. mi.

Chewey - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 135. Cherokee 63%. Mixed 3%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 21.7 sq. mi.

Twin Oaks - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 198. Cherokee 59%. Mixed 4%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 2.4 sq. mi.

Bell - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 535. Cherokee 58%. Mixed 6%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 22.2 sq. mi.

Sycamore - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 177. Cherokee 57%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 4.1 sq. mi.

Greasy - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 372. Cherokee 57%. Mixed 6%. Mexican 3%. CDP. It covers 20.5 sq. mi.

Zion - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 41. Cherokee 56%. Mixed 23%. CDP. It covers 1.7 sq. mi.

Marble City- Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 263. Cherokee 54%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. Town. It covers 0.4 sq. mi.

Rocky Mountain - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 420. Cherokee 54%. Mixed 7%. CDP. It covers 12.9 sq. mi.

Marietta - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 106. Cherokee 54%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 1.8 sq. mi.

Gandview - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 394. Cherokee 52%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 10%. CDP. It covers 3.4 sq. mi.

Peavine - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 423. Cherokee 52%. Mixed 4%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 9.4 sq. mi.

Eldon - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 368. Cherokee 51%. Mixed 8%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 8.8 sq. mi.

Kansas - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 802. Cherokee 50%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 1%. Town. It covers 1.5 sq. mi.

Brush Creek - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 35. Cherokee 50%. Mixed 1%. CDP. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Stilwell - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 3,949. Cherokee 49%. Mixed 5%. Mexican 7%. City. It covers 3.2 sq. mi.

Fairfield - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 584. Cherokee 49%. Mixed 14%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 5.0 sq. mi.

Rocky Ford - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 61. Cherokee 47%. Mixed 8%. CDP. It covers 2.4 sq. mi.

Hulbert - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 543. Cherokee 47%. Mixed 8%. Town. It covers 1.0 sq. mi.

Dripping Springs - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 50. Cherokee 45%. Mixed 7%. CDP. It covers 1.4 sq. mi.

Pinhook Corner - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 171. Cherokee 45%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 9.7 sq. mi.

Leach - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 237. Cherokee 44%. Mixed 16%. Mexican 5%. CDP. It covers 6.2 sq. mi.

Salem - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 112. Cherokee 43%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 3.3 sq. mi.

Lyons Switch - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 288. Cherokee 43%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 8.6 sq. mi.

New Eucha - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 405. Cherokee 41%. Mixed 8%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 7.6 sq. mi.

Jay - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 2,448. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 7%. City. It covers 3.2 sq. mi.

Park Hill - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 3,909. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 7%. CDP. It covers 34.9 sq. mi.

Steely Hollow - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 206. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 13%. Mexican 4%. CDP. It covers 2.05 sq. mi.

West Peavine - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 218. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 7.8 sq. mi.

Marble City Community - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 420. Cherokee 39%. Mixed 13%. Mexican 0.5%. CDP. It covers 11.2 sq. mi.

Tenkiller - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 633. Cherokee 39%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 20.0 sq. mi.

Box - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 224. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 3.3 sq. mi.

Briggs - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 303. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 8%. CDP. It covers 3.9 sq. mi.

Keys - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 565. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 4%. CDP. It covers 5.5 sq. mi.

Locust Grove - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 1,423. Cherokee 37%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 7%. Town. It covers 0.9 sq. mi.

Salina - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 1,396. Cherokee 37%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 1%. Town. It covers 1.1 sq. mi.

Belfonte - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 394. Cherokee 37%. Mixed 5%. Mexican 12%. CDP. It covers 7.9 sq. mi.

Peggs - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 813. Cherokee 33%. Mixed 16%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 15.3 sq. mi.

Tahlequah - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 15,753. Cherokee 30%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 10%. CDP. It covers 12.5 sq. mi.

Sams Corner - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 137. Cherokee 36%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 1.0 sq. mi.

Vian - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 1,466. Cherokee 33%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 3%. Town. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Notchietown - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 373. Cherokee 32%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 7.9 sq. mi.

Brushy - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 900. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 3%. CDP. It covers 26.1 sq. mi.

Spavinaw - Mayes County: 2010 population is 437. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 4% Town. It covers 0.4 sq. mi.

Wickliffe - Mayes County: 2010 population is 75. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 13%. CDP. It covers 1.2 sq. mi.

Dwight Mission - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 55. Cherokee 30%. Mixed 10%. CDP. It covers 1.8 sq. mi.

Evening Shade - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 359. Cherokee 27%. Mixed 13%. CDP. It covers 14.7 sq. mi.

Blackgum - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 51. Cherokee 25%. Mixed 21%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 0.2 sq. mi.

Fort Gibson - Muskogee County: 2010 population is 4,154. Cherokee 25%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 6.5%. Town. It covers 14.2 sq. mi.

Sour John - Muskogee County: 2010 population is 60. Cherokee 20%. Mixed 25%. CDP. It covers 5.7 sq. mi.



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