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Fort Peck Reservation


This Reservations location is incorrect. Below is a map of Fort Peck Reservation and links to google earth photos of two of it's towns and a news article about chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects being relocated from Helena, Montana, to a location 400 miles from Helena, as well as demographics of this Ojibway Reserve located in northeast Montana and northwest North Dakota. Fort Peck Reservation was created on April 13, 1875. Two land additions were added to Blackfeet Reservation for Blackfeet, Crow People and Gros Ventre People on April 13, 1875. However, that may be incorrect. They possibly eradicated that portion of Blackfeet Reservation, from where Marias River enters Missouri River, north to Canada and east to where Milk River enters Missouri River. Per treaty agreements, they set aside two land additions (it's really one because they are together) on April 13, 1875. I can't find any evidence that tells of April 13, 1875's Treaty that added two land additions to Blackfeet Reservation, having both of those two land additions eradicated. They did cede one of those two land additions added to Blackfeet Reservation on April 13, 1875. That be it's larger land addition. It happened on July 13, 1880. However, a land addition adjacent to it's north, was never ceded. It's clearly written in July 13, 1880's Treaty that "The Remainder Yet Constitutes A Portion Of The Gros Ventre, Blackfoot, ect., Reserve." Today it's known as Fort Pect Reservation. It's located south of Missouri River. Not north of that waterway.



In 1908-1909, American leaders conspired to forcefully relocate chief Rocky Boy and his Ojibway Subjects from their Reservation (they claim they were landless yet that's deceitful) which we don't know where it was located. It was possibly located near Great Falls. However, Fort Peck Reservation is location most often advertised in news of those times. They advertised that Fort Peck Reservation or chief Rocky Boy's 1909 Reservation where Fort Peck Reservation is, has a land area of 1.4 million acres. They made a blunder! They didn't bother covering it up! Fort Peck Reservation north boundary is Missouri River. This is what they did! On May 30, 1908 American leaders illegally allotted 722,133.47 acres of land to 2,025 Ojibway's. What remained was determined to be Surplus Land covering 1,225,849 acres and it was opened to white settlement. Those knowing about what happened in 1909 pertaining to chief Rocky Boy, know this information is correct. American leaders made a blunder they could not conceal or they deliberately brought forth. Many people (nearly everyone at Fort Peck Reservation) think that Fort Peck Reservation is a former Reservation. They are wrong! They negotiated with chief Rocky Boy about Fort Peck Reservation and reached an agreement in which old Fort Buford Military Reservation was added to Fort Peck Reservation. They have no proof Fort Peck Reservation was ceded. Chief Rocky Boy knew about April 13, 1875's Treaty. Since there's no proof Fort Peck Reservation was ceded, it means Fort Peck Reservation is fully intact and it's correct boundaries are as i depicted. Investigate the map! They named Fort Peck Reservation chief Rocky Boy's Reservation. They did so for a reason.



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Demographics of Fort Peck Reservation

Land Area: 2,523,982.47 acres or 3,943.7 sq. mi. or 10,214.2 sq. km.

Population: 8,500 - (it includes Trenton Indian Service Area population) - (2010 census)

Language: Corrupted

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