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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. On May 1, 1888, another treaty known as Sweetgrass Hills Treaty, supposedly created what are now Blackfeet Reservation, Fort Belknap Reservation and Fort Peck Reservation. However, 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. Fort Peck Reservation is not an Assiniboine and Sioux Reserve. It's a Blackfoot, Chippewa, Crow and Gros Ventre Reservation. 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 probably located near Great Falls.



We know chief Rocky Boy was in Helena in 1908 and 1909, with 100's of his Ojibway Subjects. They may have been forced to relocate to Fort Harrison Military Reservation in 1908, to await forced relocations. In November 1909, 100's of Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, were loaded onto train boxcars and relocated to a new Ojibway Reservation at Blackfeet Reservation. We also know from a news article from August 20, 1909's Norfolk Weekly News Journal (it's from Norfolk, Nebraska) that chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects were relocated from Helena to Dakota. According to newspaper reports, they wrote 400 miles from Helena to Dakota. Trenton, North Dakota is 400 miles from Helena. And Trenton is an Ojibway Town. American leaders added old Fort Buford Military Reservation to Fort Peck Reservation, for chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects. There were 100's of Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy relocated to old Fort Buford Military Reservation. American leaders are not being honest about Fort Peck Reservation. All of this Reserves communities are located adjacent to or very near Missouri River. Chief Little Shell III was known to have either lived at Fort Peck Reservation or near it. In 1908, Fort Peck Reservation Allotment Act, opened up Fort Peck Reservations land to white settlement. Individual Indians were each allotted several hundred acres of land. Afterwards, FPR's surplus land was sold to whites. It did not go well with Ojibway leaders who strongly opposed eradication of Fort Peck Reservation which has an extremely corrupted history.



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Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View

Trenton Road View










Demographics of Fort Peck Reservation

Land Area: Close to 3,000 sq. mi. or 7,770.0 sq. km.

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

Language: Corrupted

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