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Declaration of War (it's time to Sacrifice)


This is a message to a non white entity from the future. Prepare your soldiers for combat. The white boy is not going to man up. There is an increase in activity where i live which is no different from last year yet they are letting me know they are going to carry out a Genocidal Program to kill off Indians and blacks. I will not tolerate it. I can tell just from my website and email, what them whites are planning. Have your police follow police here in Great Falls, Montana. That be from the establishment of Great Falls, Montana Police Department in 1888, to well into the future from this time i live in. They can do what they want to them and their extended family lines. I suspect there are either government agents here where i live or agents from a future time. Have your soldiers (not police) follow them. They can do what they want to them and their extended family lines. Whoever is responsble for this increased activity will be held accountable. They could be from the future or from this time. I'm aware of what preordained means. Instruct your soldiers to wage war on those who are responsible and also wage war on their extended family lines. I have been promoting the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana throughout my website and i know some entity is intruding. Do not allow any person or persons or entity or entities, who are a part of this conspiracy to kill off Indians and blacks, to live again. That's law. Genocide is very serious. It's obvious the white boy does not want to man up. I can tell you right off that white leaders from the future are far more determined to kill off Indians and blacks. They may be responsible. We are nothing to the future. The future thinks we are puppets. Those white leaders from the future, will kill any white leaders from this time who give in. It is important to wage war on them. We have no choice. They have power over this era. They can force their will to achieve what is important. Indian leaders are in a serious predicament. However, the future can pull strings for my goal of gaining Tribal Recognition at numerous Indian Reservations, for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana.



I will continue to try and gain Tribal recognition for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, at numerous Reservations. I have done a great deal of research the last few months and from evidence i have discovered, chief Rocky Boy was set aside many Reservations in the United States, Canada and possibly Dominica and Puerto Rico. It deals with the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty which was ratified in April of 1904. Many forest Reserves were set aside ajacent to Indian Reservations for chief Rocky Boy who agreed to accept the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty for those Ojibway's who continued to refuse to recognize the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty. In Montana, Little Belt Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation (thus the reason for why so many Ojibway's were in Helena in 1909), was set aside on August 16, 1902, as was Madison Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation. Madison Forest Reserve is located south and west of Anaconda and Butte. During those times 1900-1908, a rather large Ojibway population lived there. Madison Forest Reserve was obviously a part of Lemhi Shoshone Reservation or added to Lemhi Shoshone Reservation. Flathead Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation, was enlarged in 1903. I know from old newspaper articles many Ojibway's were living there years before 1903. Chief Rocky Boy led many there in 1902. Highwood Mountains Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation, was set aside on January 1, 1903. Minnesota Forest Reserve which is known today as Chippewa National Forest, was set aside in June of 1902 for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy. Many other Montana Ojibway's were Deported to White Earth Reservation in late 1902. White historians are liars. On January 17, 1903 Luquillo Forest Reserve was set aside in Puerto Rico. I suspect it was set aside for Montana Ojibway's. In 1903, Carib Territory was set aside in Dominica. I suspect it was set aside for Montana Ojibway's. There may be at least 16 locations where land was set aside for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, between March of 1902 and April of 1904. In Canada, land was set aside for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, between 1902 and 1904. I must do more research to find those Reserves. In early 1902, chief Rocky Boy commenced a campaign to have new Ojibway Reservations set aside. It dealt with the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty which was ratified in April of 1904. Per treaty agreements with chief Rocky Boy, American leaders agreed to set aside new Reservations. Most were forests added to existing Reservations. I will also continue to try and gain Federal Recognition for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians here in Great Falls with a Reservation adjacent to Great Falls.



Isabella Reservation


Located in central Michigan, is the Chippewa Isabella Reservation which has been horribly violated by the United States. It is one of the worst examples of American crime. Historically, the creation of this Reservation can be traced back to the end of the War of 1812. After the Chippewa's had been defeated in that war, a series of treaties followed in which the Chippewa's ceded much of their land to the whites. Around 1836-1837, the last treaties were made between the Chippewa's and the United States, which set aside a temporary (5 years) Reservation for the Chippewa's of southern Michigan. After the end of the 5 year period the Reservation was to be eradicated. Chippewa ogimak got the message!



The 1838-1839 Chippewa Exodus

Knowing full well about the evil and selfish intentions of the invading whites, Saginaw ogimak knew the Anishinabe people were surrounded by the whites to their east and could not stop the whites from invading Michigan and adjacent Ontario. They ordered around 100,000 or more of the Anishinabe people of southern Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana to pack their belongings to commence an exodus to the west (Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas) because they knew from the Seven Fires Prophecy that if they didn't move they would be exterminated by the evil white race. Around 5,000 died on the exodus. Of course, the Chippewa's of central and southern Michigan now, will admit that the Seven Fires Prophecy was correct. The 1838-1839 Chippewa Exodus which the whites call the Cherokee Trail of Tears, was not the last exodus the Saginaw Chippewa's carried out.



During late 1838, the exodus commenced. The Anishinabe people who left reached the Kansas region in 1839. This event is known as the Cherokee Trail of Tears. However, it was not the Cherokee Indians who left on this exodus. It was the Anishinabe people. And the United States did not order their military in to round up the Chippewa's to remove them. Chippewa ogimak knew from the Seven Fires Prophecy that they had to leave if they wanted to survive. After reaching the Kansas region, they eventually migrated to Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah. Most, however, eventually fled into northern Mexico. Some fled up to Nebraska, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Montana. Thus, the reason why there are a group of Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's in Montana trying to gain State and Federal recognition. They are also known as the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Gros Ventre. The Cheyenne are the Shawnee. Originally, the Shawnee were named by other Chippewa's Shaw-an-ni. The whites dropped the "an" and just pronounced it as Shawnee. The word for south in Chippewa is not Sha-wan, it is Shaw-an. Southerner is Shaw-an-ni.



Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's

After the great majority of the Chippewa's of central and southern Michigan left for the Kansas region in 1838-1839, those who remained behind continued to live in their original homeland. And they continued to present themselves as a hostile threat to the whites. On August 2, 1855 a treaty was agreed upon by the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's (they are better known as the Saginaw's) and the United States, which established a Reservation for them. It is known as the Isabella Reservation. It is located in Isabella County, Michigan. It covers 6 townships or 138,240 acres.



Southeast Michigan and southwestern Ontario is the original domain of the Saginaw or Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's. According to George Copway, the Huron lived from south of Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe. That is almost exactly where the Saginaw live in southern Ontario. Copway clearly stated that both the Ojibway's and Shawnee settled down to live in the former territory of the Huron. This occurred around 1700, or after the Chippewa's defeated the Iroquois (the whites). Before 1700, the white confederation and their indian allies had driven the Algonquins from the Michigan region. However, after being sent reinforcements, the Chippewa's drove the whites back to the coast and subjugated the Indian allies of the whites who include the Huron who are not native to the Great Lakes, and the whites who did not escape (the Iroquois).



Before the white confederation and their Indian allies actually drove the Algonquin's from the Michigan region in the mid 17th century, the Sauk lived in the eastern part of Lower Michigan, between Saginaw Bay and Detroit. They also lived in southern Ontario adjacent to Michigan. The Sauk are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. Sauk or Sac, is short for Saginaw. The whites are doing their utmost to corrupt the Michigan Chippewa's. Too many Saginaw Chippewa's are allowing themselves to be played by the whites. The Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's are Saginaw. And the Sauk or Sac, are also Saginaw Chippewa's. They were the most hostile of all the soldiers of the military and police totem of the Algonquin's who are the Chippewa's. They had no second thoughts about waging war against other Chippewa's who became peaceful with the white invaders.



As predicted in the Seven Fires Prophecy, the whites destroyed this promised Reservation. That occurred on October 18, 1864 when the crooked Americans forced the Saginaw's to cede their Isabella Reservation. Chippewa retribution followed. Exactly how many whites were murdered is not known but a few were. By destroying the Isabella Reservation, the whites only needed to insert in the treaty agreements, that individual Chippewa's would be granted a parcel of land they could sell to non Indians. They refused to allow the government of the Saginaw Chippewa Isabella Reservation, to own the land.



It took only a few years for individual Chippewa's who were granted land on the Isabella Reservation, to sell their land to the whites. The August 2, 1855 treaty is fraudulent. Why? The American government did not deal with the government of the Saginaw Chippewa Isabella Reservation. Instead, they dealt with individual Chippewa's. That means the Isabella Reservation is still entirely intact, or the 138,240 acres the Isabella Reservation covers, is still owned by the government of the Isabella Reservation. Treaty's are made between the governments of two opposing nations. Treaty's are not made between the goverment of one nation and the citizens of another nation. There is no sense in it!



Early Diasporas and the Kootenai

After the War of 1812, Chippewa ogimak in the Great Lakes region reacted by following prophecy. The Kootenai people of British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Washington are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. The Shuswap people of British Columbia are also Saginaw Chippewa's. They wasted little time in sending the Anishinabe people to the west. And we have historical records which prove an early Saginaw Chippewa Exodus occurred around 1812-1828, to western Montana. The Chippewa's had already been living in the Montana region for an extremely long Time by 1812-1828. They had to battle the native Indian tribes and Chinese and Filipinos, in not only western Montana but British Columbia, California, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.



Ogima Ignace Paul the Elder (Big Knife?)

Around the commencement of the War of 1812, a small group of around 24 Saginaw Chippewa's migrated to the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. The whites claim they were Iroquois but the Seven Fires Prophecy and the Kootenai tell otherwise. Ogima (chief) Ignace Paul the Elder or Old Ignace, was also known as Ignace Lamoose. He may have been a mixed blood. According to a web page about Flathead leaders between 1840 and 1910, the first leader mentioned was chief Big Face Paul. He may have been ogima Paul the Elder. However, ogima Paul the Elder died while trying to reach St. Louis to request that white Christian Missionaries be sent to western Montana. Unfortunately, ogima Paul the Elder didn't know it at the time but he was being played into establishing the first white settlement in Montana which is Stevensville. A link to the information about the Flathead leaders is here.



In 1841, ogima Big Face Paul was 90 years old. He died that same year after the white Christian Missionaries reached the Bitterroot Valley. He was supposedly succeeded by chief Victor who may have been Chippewa. Another web page tells another story. It is stated that ogima Paul the Elder died enroute to St. Louis in 1837. We now come to his son who is ogima Paul the Younger or Young Ignace. He may have been responsible for the establishment of the first white settlement in Montana which was originally known as St. Mary's Mission. The Chippewa's quickly learned about the intentions of the white Christians and drove them out. The mission was sold to a white man who built Fort Owen on the former mission site. It eventually became Stevensville, Montana. A link to the Paul genealogy is here.



Ogima Ignace Paul the Younger or Young Ignace (another of his names was Big Knife I), may have had two children. Other sources claim three children. He died in 1880. His birth date is a mystery. It may have been in the late 18th century or the early 19th century. I kind of suspect he was the first Flathead leader mentioned on the web page about Flathead leaders between 1840 and 1910. His son Aeneas Paul inherited his power. Aeneas is an Indian pronounciation for Ignace. Now the Kootenai come into focus. Ogima Aeneas Paul (Big Knife II) was born in 1828. He was the Git-chi O-gi-ma of the Dayton Creek Kootenai, which means his father was also the Git-chi O-gi-ma of the Montana Kootenai. Even now a few Kootenai know they originally lived in Michigan.



Ogima Aeneas Paul may have signed the 1855 Hell Gate Treaty. The Kootenai or Chippewa's he led, had to be carefully watched by him because they were prone to attack the white invaders. The Chippewa's were living off the Flathead Reservation in the 1880s and ogima Aeneas Paul had to restrain his soldiers from attacking the white invaders. He knew his soldiers could not defeat the whites. The cheating whites had far superior weapons and the safety of his subjects was more important to ogima Aeneas Paul. In the mid 1800s, an event occurred in British Columbia which is obviously related to the Montana Kootenai and ogima Aeneas Paul. A Shuswap leader by the name Paul Ignatius (he was really ogima Aeneas Paul) requested from the Kootenai living in British Columbia, for his people to live in their domain which they agreed to. These early Saginaw Chippewa diasporas to the west were not the last.



Later Diasporas

It was not only the 1812-1828 and 1838-1839 diasporas, which forced the Michigan Chippewa's to migrate towards the west but a series of diasporas actually happened. As mentioned, the Kootenai and Shuswap people of British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Washington are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. A newspaper (the Anaconda Standard) from Anaconda, Montana, provided some sneaky information which proves a Saginaw Chippewa Exodus from Michigan to Oregon and Washington, happened in 1890. The article was written in a manner the Saginaw Chippewa's can decipher. It starts out under the column Northwest News. It then leads to the third paragraph. A link to the May 1, 1890 newspaper article is below. Read it very carefully! A colony of 60 people had left the Isabella Chippewa Reservation community of Mount Pleasant on the first of May to settle in Linn County, Oregon. The Warm Springs Reservation is located in Linn County, Oregon. And the Grand Ronde Reservation is located a few miles to the west.



Then read the ninth paragraph which is very difficult to decipher. It's difficulty surrounds the location written of in that paragraph. There is or was, a Demersville, Montana. It was located about 4 miles south of what is now Kalispel, Montana which is just north of the Flathead Reservation. At the time the Chippewa's (Kootenai) were living off Reservation. A river is mentioned but it is not named. Montana has a location named Halfmoon. It is directly north of Kalispel about a couple of miles northwest of Columbia Falls. The Chippewa's were called nomads or on the move. The eighth paragraph must also be read very carefully. It mentions the Vancouver, Washington region which is about 40 to 50 miles northwest of the Grande Ronde and Warm Springs Reservations. In the ninth paragraph the Chippewa's were said to have crossed a river from the east side to the west side. The Flathead River would be a perfect choice but so would the Columbia River west of Vancouver, Washington.



Figuring out exactly where this exodus actually ended will not be difficult. The Saginaw's were going as far west as they could which means the Pacific Ocean. The Reservations they settled down to live at is the more difficult part. They obviously settled down to live on the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon. Another Reservation they settled down to live at is the Quinault Reservation of Washington. The Quinault Reservation is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. It covers over 208,150 acres. It is north of Half Moon Bay, Washington. Another is the Sauk-Suiattle Reservation of Washington. Sauk is short for Saginaw, as is Sac. The Sac or Sauk, are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. And the Saginaw's also settled down on the Flathead Reservation. Their Reservation within the Flathead Reservation, is located in the northwestern part of the Flathead Reservation, where the Kootenai people live. Their communities are Big Arm, Dayton Homesite, Elmo, Lonepine, Niarada, and possibly another.



Another is obviously the Kalispel Reservation. The Chehalis Reservation is another. Others include the Colville-Spokane Reservation, Hoh River Reservation, Lower Elwha Reservation, Makah Reservation, Nisqually Reservation, Nooksack Reservation, Port Gamble Reservation, Quileute Reservation, Shoalwater Bay Reservation, Skokomish Reservation, Squaxin Reservation, Stillaguamish Reservation, and Yakima Reservation. The Grande Ronde and Siletz Reservations of Oregon, are other Reservations where the Saginaw's settled down to live at. And the Cowlitz Tribe is obviously Chippewa.



Unfortunately, the Saginaw Chippewa's of all those Reservations no longer know who they are! You need to wake them up! The non recognized Saginaw's of Kansas and Montana have no Reservations. They are also known as the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's. And the Cherokee of Oklahoma are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. And the Navajo Reservation is a Saginaw Chippewa Reservation.



If you have done research on the Indians of the northwestern part of North America (from Alaska to California), you then know an Asian people live there. They are probably Filipino. The Chippewa's did not get along with them because they knew they were invaders. Click here to read the May 1, 1890 newspaper article. Read it very carefully!



The 1866 Relocation to Oklahoma

After the Civil War, the Saginaw's of Kansas supposedly agreed to relocate to Oklahoma. That be where the Cherokee live in Oklahoma. The Delaware Munsee agreed along with the Saginaw Chippewa's to move south to northeastern Oklahoma. They also settled down on the Osage Reservation. The Osage are really the Saginaw Chippewa's. Other Chippewa's named the Saginaw the O-sau-gee. You are smart enough to understand! Osage can be pronounced as O-sa-ge. The Saginaw relocation to northeastern Oklahoma took decades but they did move to Oklahoma. They are the Cherokee! For some reason (fertile farm land) the United States yet wanted the Saginaw to move out of Kansas. Northeastern Oklahoma is mountainous.



The June 1, 1868 Treaty

On June 1, 1868, two treaties were signed between the United States and the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's or the Saginaw's, and the Navajo. Both treaties are not a coincidence. Both are the same treaty. Many Saginaw's had been migrating to the west into Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. Leaders of the United States knew the land in the southwest of the United States was a desert and mountainous. The deserts of southern California may have been the one location the United States wanted to establish the new Indian Territory. The southern California deserts lack even more water and vegetation than the deserts of Arizona.



Arizona was probably the first location to be excluded from white settlement. It may be far fetched to admit that but the United States knew white settlers would not be attracted to the Arizona deserts which include the north of Arizona. And the same can be said of southern California, especially southern California. Each year, high temperatures regularly reach over 100 degrees for around four straight months in the deserts of southern California and western and southwestern Arizona. Though no proof can be addressed which proves a huge Indian Reservation covered the entire southern California deserts, back in the 19th century, southern California possibly had a large Indian Reservation.



After the United States carefully inspected the desert lands of southern California, they learned the desert land of the Coachella and Imperial Valley's (both areas are actually the same valley), were very fertile. Before 1900, the Salton Sea had yet to spread it's waves. It was supposedly accidentally created around 1905. It submerged much of the Torres-Martinez Reservation which may have covered all of the southern California deserts. Is was probably not an accident that the Salton Sea flooded the valley which is now the Coachella and Imperial Valley's.



After the June 1, 1868 Treaty was signed between the Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's and the United States, 1,000's of Chippewa's from Kansas (the old Indian Territory) commenced to migrate to northeastern Arizona. The other June 1, 1868 Treaty the Navajo signed, only confirmed that more Saginaw's would relocate to the Navajo Reservation. Other Indian Tribes from the old Indian Territory also relocated to the Navajo Reservation. Click here to read the June 1, 1868 Treaty between the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's, the Munsee who are really Chippewa, and the United States. Click here to read the June 1, 1868 Treaty between the so called Navajo and the United States. The two treaties are the same treaty.



Below are the demographics of this Reservation. Of the 217 sq. mi. the Reservation covers, around 35 to 40 sq. mi. remain forested. They are being bought by the whites. Many of the other Saginaw Nations listed below are also being bought by the whites. Be careful if you actually negotiate with them. That money has made them white.



Demographics of the Isabella Reservation - Michigan
Covers 217 sq. mi.
Population is 25,838
Indian: 1,405
White: 23,345
Black: 294
Asian: 341
Mixed: 442
Hispanic: 591 - Hispanic population is corrupted as usual. Mexicans are predominantly descended from the Native Americans who lived in the eastern part of the United States. The whites have forced them to lose their tribal identities.
Map of Isabella Reservation of Michigan


Language is Anishinabe



Sac and Fox Reservation - Iowa:
Map of Sac and Fox Reservation of Iowa



Sac and Fox Reservation - Kansas and Nebraska:
Map of Sac and Fox Reservation of Kansas and Nebraska



Osage Reservation - Oklahoma:
Map of Osage Reservation



Flathead Reservation - Montana:
Map of Flathead Reservation

Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's - Montana: They are non recognized.



Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's - Kansas: They are non recognized. Most fled to Mexico. Many others moved to Oklahoma where they are now known as the Cherokee, and the Navajo Reservation. They no longer know who they are in Oklahoma and at the Navajo Reservation.



Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's - Oklahoma: They are really the Cherokee. Their population is 303,049. They no longer know who they are. They were brainwashed by the whites long ago. The Chippewa's were already living in Oklahoma in 1800 according to Lewis and Clark who named them the Chippaway. They lived around the Red River of the Mississippi, especially near the head of the Red River of the Mississippi, according to Lewis and Clark. That be near where Oklahoma and Texas merge, or the Hollis Road. We know from history that they were especially fond of the Palo Duro Canyon. They are also known as the Wichita and Pania. Since they were already living in Oklahoma and Texas in 1800, we really don't know exactly how long they have lived there.



Kootenai Reservation - Idaho:
Map of Kootenai Reservation



Chehalis Reservation - Washington:
Map of Chehalis Reservation
Map of Chehalis Reservation Settlement

Colville-Spokane Reservation:
Map of Colville-Spokane Reservation

Hoh River Reservation:
Map of Hoh River Reservation

Kalispel Reservation:
Map of Kalispel Reservation
Map of Kalispel Reservation Settlement

Lower Elwha Reservation:
Map of Lower Elwha Reservation

Makah Reservation:
Map of Makah Reservation
Map of Makah Reservation Settlement
Map of Makah Reservation Settlement

Nisqually Reservation:
Map of Nisqually Reservation

Nooksack Reservation:
Map of Nooksack Reservation

Quinault Reservation:
Map of Quinault Reservation
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement
Map of Quinault Reservation Settlement

Quileute Reservation:
Map of Quileute Reservation
Map of Quileute Reservation Settlement

Port Gamble Reservation:
Map of Port Gamble Reservation
Map of Port Gamble Reservation Settlement
Map of Port Gamble Reservation Settlement

Sauk-Suiattle Reservation:
Map of Sauk-Suiattle Reservation

Shoalwater Bay Reservation:
Map of Shoalwater Bay Reservation

Skokomish Reservation:
Map of Skokomish Reservation
Map of Skokomish Reservation Settlement

Squaxin Reservation:
Map of Squaxin Reservation
Map of Squaxin Reservation Settlement

Stillaguamish Reservation:
Map of Stillaguamish Reservation

Yakima Reservation:
Map of Yakima Reservation



Siletz Reservation - Oregon:
Map of Siletz Reservation

Grande Ronde Reservation:
Map of Grande Ronde Reservation

Warm Springs Reservation:
Map of Warm Springs Reservation



Navajo Reservation - Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah: It may been eradicated a couple of decades ago. When we hear of Indians being relocated it usually means they have had their land stolen by the whites. That happened to the Navajo a couple of decades ago.
Map of Navajo Reservation



Lower Kootenai - British Columbia:
Map of Lower Kootenai

St. Mary's Kootenai:
Map of St. Mary's Kootenai

Columbia Lake Kootenai:
Map of Columbia Lake Kootenai

Tobacco Plains Kootenai - it borders Montana:
Map of Tobacco Plains Kootenai

Shuswap Kootenai:
Map of Shuswap Kootenai

Adams Lake Shuswap
Map of Adams Lake Shuswap
Map of Adams Lake Shuswap Settlement

Kamloops Shuswap
Map of Kamloops Shuswap
Map of Kamloops Shuswap Settlement
Map of Kamloops Shuswap Settlement

Little Shuswap
Map of Little Shuswap
Map of Little Shuswap Settlement
Map of Little Shuswap Settlement

Neskonlith Shuswap
Map of Neskonlith Shuswap
Map of Neskonlith Shuswap Settlement
Map of Neskonlith Shuswap Settlement

Skeetchestn Shuswap
Map of Skeetchestn Shuswap
Map of Skeetchestn Shuswap Settlement

Spallumcheen Shuswap
Map of Spallumcheen Shuswap
Map of Spallumcheen Shuswap Settlement
Map of Spallumcheen Shuswap Settlement

Bonaparte Shuswap
Map of Bonaparte Shuswap
Map of Bonaparte Shuswap Settlement
Map of Bonaparte Shuswap Settlement

Whispering Pines/Clinton Shuswap
Map of Whispering Pines/Clinton Shuswap
Map of Whispering Pines/Clinton Shuswap Settlement
Map of Whispering Pines/Clinton Shuswap Settlement

North Thompson Shuswap
Map of North Thompson Shuswap
Map of North Thompson Shuswap Settlement
Map of North Thompson Shuswap Settlement

Alkali Lake Shuswap
Map of Alkali Lake Shuswap
Map of Alkali Lake Shuswap Settlement

High Bar Shuswap
Map of High Bar Shuswap

Pavilion Shuswap
Map of Pavilion Shuswap
Map of Pavilion Shuswap Settlement
Map of Pavilion Shuswap Settlement

Canim Lake Shuswap
Map of Canim Lake Shuswap
Map of Canim Lake Shuswap Settlement
Map of Canim Lake Shuswap Settlement
Map of Canim Lake Shuswap Settlement

Soda Creek/Deep Creek Shuswap
Map of Soda Creek/Deep Creek Shuswap Settlement
Map of Soda Creek/Deep Creek Shuswap Settlement

Williams Lake Shuswap
Map of Williams Lake Shuswap
Map of Williams Lake Shuswap Settlement

Canoe Creek/Dog Creek Shuswap
Map of Canoe Creek/Dog Creek Shuswap
Map of Canoe Creek/Dog Creek Shuswap Settlement
Map of Canoe Creek/Dog Creek Shuswap Settlement

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