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Isabella Reservation of Michigan


Located in central Michigan, is Isabella Reservation which has been horribly violated by the United States. Below is a map of where Isabella Reservation must be located and links to google earth photos of one of their town sites. 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 Ojibway Nation had been defeated in that war, a series of treaties followed in which Ojibway leaders ceded much of their land to their American and Canadian enemies. In 1836 and after, treaties were signed between the Ojibway Nation and the United States, which set aside temporary (5 years) Reservations for the Ojibway's of southern Michigan. Ojibway leaders would not have tolerated temporary Reservations. Those treaties are invalid. It took around another 20 years before Isabella Reservation of Michigan was created. That happened on August 2, 1855. Although most Ojibway People of Michigan did follow prophecy and migrate west and north, many stayed in Michigan. American leaders did not want them leaving Michigan.



1838-1839 Ojibway Exodus

Knowing full well about the evil and selfish intentions of invading whites, Saginaw ogimak knew Ojibway People would eventually be surrounded by whites. They also knew they were not to trust whites, especially white leaders. They rejected those treaties on bounds of deceit. In response to their predicament, Ojibway leaders ordered around 100,000 or more Ojibway People of southern Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana to pack their belongings, to commence an exodus west because they knew from Prophecy that if they didn't move they would be destroyed by the evil white race. Around 5,000 died on their exodus. Of course, Ojibway's of central and southern Michigan now, will admit that Prophesy was correct. 1838-1839's Ojibway Exodus which whites have named Cherokee Trail of Tears, was not a last exodus Saginaw Ojibway's carried out.



Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's

They are also known as Saginaw (it means Rivers Mouth People or Entry People) Ojibway's. There are Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's in Kansas, Michigan, Montana, Oklahoma and Ontario. After Ojibway's of central and southern Michigan left for Kansas 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 whites. On August 2, 1855 a treaty was agreed upon by Sa-gin-aw leaders and the United States, which established a Reservation for them. It is known as Isabella Reservation. It is supposedly located in Isabella County, Michigan. It covers 6 townships or 138,240 acres or 55,944.0 hectares. From researches pertaining to how England signed treaties with Ojibway People, I'm certain American leaders did likewise. It's obvious. For each specific group of Ojibway's, they counted their numbers or did a census. After calculations for each specific group, they allotted land to each individual. It was anywhere from 160 acres to 640 acres per individual. It depended on land quality. It it was farmland they were allotted less land. If it was desert, forested or wetlands, they were allotted much more land as a result of it's poor quality. Ojibway leaders demanded land whites didn't want and that all allotments be in compact form. Isabella Reservation of Michigan, is probably located further east or east of Mt. Pleasant and west of Midland. Within that land area is a large area of forested land. Trying to determine Isabella Reservations Ojibway population is very difficult. As mentioned, American leaders have violated this Reservation.



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