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Flathead Reservation


According to a 2010 census, Flathead Reservation has largest Indian population of any Indian Reservation in Montana. However, since Crow Reservation and Northern Cheyenne Reservation are actually connected, that Reservation has largest Indian population in Montana. However, both are classified as distinct Reservations. Below is a map of Flathead Reservation and links to google earth photos of Turtle Lake. According to 2010's census, Flathead Reservations Indian population is 9,328. Mixed bloods make up 2,286 of it's population of 9,328. Mexicans make up 1,021 of Flathead Reservations population which represents Flathead Reservation having an Indian population closer to 10,000. Of course, that's including mixed bloods and Mexicans. Including Flathead Reservations white population, increases it's population to near 30,000. However, chief Rocky Boy was set aside a compact form Reservation within Flathead Reservation which means there's a large area within Flathead Reservation that is predominantly Indian. Chief Rocky Boy was set aside his compact form Reservation within Flathead Reservation on January 8, 1904. On April 23, 1904, Flathead Reservations Allotment Act was passed. Thus, why chief Rocky Boy negotiated an agreement with American leaders to save a large portion of Flathead Reservation in compact form. Senator Gibson was instrumental in helping chief Rocky Boy. Indians living at Flathead Reservation know nothing about chief Rocky Boy. His Reservation is likely located west and south of Kicking Horse Reservoir and Ninepipe Reservoir. It extends south to Mission or Mission Reservoir. It extends north to a location about 1.5 miles or 2.4 kilometers east of Ronan. It then extends further north to Pablo (I'm not certain if Pablo was included in chief Rocky Boy's compact form Reservation) then northeast to Turtle Lake which was obviously included. Chief Rocky Boy didn't want land whites wanted. He demanded forested land, mountainous land and wetlands. Below is a map of where chief Rocky Boy's compact form Reservation is possibly located within Flathead Reservation. American leaders broke agreements made with chief Rocky Boy. He demanded that land be held in common or no one could own their own land because he knew they would sell it. American leaders allotted land to individual Ojibway's and allowed them to sell their land allotments. It was fraudulent. Nearly all of Mission Valley is owned by whites. However, we know chief Rocky Boy was set aside a compact form Reservation within Flathead Reservation. On July 16, 1855, Hell Gate Treaty established Bitterroot Valley Reservation and Flathead Reservation. It took quite some time for Indians to settle at Flathead Reservation. They had to coerce Indians living at Bitterroot Valley Reservation to relocated to FR. In 1891, chief Charlo was forced to relocate to Flathead Reservation. In 1908, first allotments were issued and it led to violence. Around 228,434 acres was allotted then surplus land was sold to whites commencing in 1910. Remember, chief Rocky Boy was set aside a compact form Reservation within Flathead Reservation. They can deny it all they want. However, we know right from wrong. You better think of chief Rocky Boy's compact form Reservation as being Flathead Reservation. You are not to trust whites. You have to follow prophecy.



Homes for Rocky Boy's Band.

A recent Washington dispatch says Senator Gibson has introduced the following bill, which has been referred to the committee on Indian affairs:



"Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled, that the secretary of the interior be, and he is hereby authorized and directed, with the consent of the Indians of the Jocko ( Flathead) reservation, in the state of Montana, to be obtained in the usual manner, to set aside a tract of land in compact form within the boundaries of said reservation, sufficient in area to give not to exceed 40 acres each of arable land to such members, including men, women and children, of the migratory band of Indians now roaming in said state, and known as Rocky Boy's band, as shall, upon investigation, be satisfactorily shown to have been born in the United States, and who may desire to settle permanently upon said reservation: and there is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not to exceed the sum of $8,800, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the Indians of Flathead reservation at the rate of per acre for the lands relinquished and set apart for said migratory Indians: and a further sum of $10,000 to be expended in assisting said Indians in making homes for themselves on said reservation, in all $18,800 to be immediately available."



Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View

Turtle Lake Road View









Demographics of Flathead Reservation

Covers: ? (remember chief Rocky Boy was set aside a compact form Reservation within Flathead Reservation?)

Population is 10,349 (7,042 Indian, 1,021 Mexican and 2,286 Mixed)

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