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Lac du Flambeau Reservation


It's corruption is very evident and needs more investigates or researches. Below is a map of Lac du Flambeau Reservation (it has different boundaries) and links to google earth photos of Indian Village. Two treaties supposedly created Lac du Flambeau Reservation. 1842's Treaty and 1854's Treaty. It's 1854's Treaty that created Lac du Flambeau Reservation. On October 4, 1842, Ojibway leaders at Ojibway Nations capital at what is now Great Falls, Montana, agreed to cede land in Michigan and Wisconsin. They referred to these Ojibway's as Chippewa of the Mississippi and Lake Superior. Mississippi Rivers Headwaters are located in southwest Montana or near where Wisdom, Montana is located. Though a land cession was agreed upon, they had yet to create Reservations. That happened on September 30, 1854. A Reservation of 3 Townships (probably 9 townships) was created and is known as Lac du Flambeau Reservation or Was-swa-gan'ag Ga-mi Ish-kon-i-gan in Ojibway. Translated it means "Torch Stick Lake Reservation." Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. Researches on how English leaders and Canadian leaders negotiated with Ojibway leaders about establishing Reservations, indicates agreements were reached in which all Ojibway's of a specific group of Ojibway People, were allotted land and that land allotted to them, became their Reservations. It had to be in compact form and could not be sold per treaty agreements. If land was farmland, allotments were much smaller. If land was desert, forested or wetlands, allotments were much larger. Allotment sizes ranged from 40 acres (16.2 hectares) to over 640 acres (259.0 hectares). American leaders did likewise. It's obvious. Lac Du Flambeau Reservation of Wisconsin may have a land area of over 300,000 acres (121,405.7 hectares). Why? Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles! Below is information to help you learn about this. It's very corrupt. Most important being total land allotments to individual Ojibway's. In LDFR's case, it's 339. Read it carefully! It also claims 600.



American leaders tried to relocate Ojibway's from Fond Du Lac Reservation, Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation and Lac Du Flambeau Reservation on May 29, 1872, to Bad River Reservation. They needed their consent to sell Fond Du Lac Reservation, Lac du Flambeau Reservation and also Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation. They refused however. They really demanded that they stay at those Reservations. They didn't want them following prophecy and migrating west. Lac du Flambeau Reservation was eventually more violated than Lac Courte Oreilles. They commenced to log this Reservation in 1885 and that enraged Ojibway leaders. On June 5, 1900, Flambeau Township was created and that is probable evidence chief Rocky Boy was negotiating on behalf of this Reservation. Though it's not proof Lac du Flambeau Reservation is one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations, it can't be excluded. Land was added to Flambeau Township that extended to Wisconsin's border with Michigan. That is considered a land addition to Lac du Flambeau Reservation for chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects. We have to exclude that 1863 land addition because it gives Lac du Flambeau Reservation a very large white population. Whites control Lac du Flambeau Reservation through Lac du Flambeau Town. Whites make up nearly 40% of Lac du Flambeau Reservations population. We don't want land south of Flambeau Lake and Long Interlaken Lake. That be as depicted on Lac du Flambeau Reservations map below. Lac du Flambeau Town covers 127.7 sq. mi. or 330.7 sq. km. Nearly all is located within Lac du Flambeau Reservation. A small portion is located off Reservation in it's southwest. Few people live in that location. According to 2010's census, Lac du Flambeau Town has a population of 3,441. Whites make up 34.1% of it's population. Ojibway People make up 63.8% of it's population or 2,196. We need to locate where Ojibway People live because we can't get proper demographics for Lac du Flambeau Reservation. We will not accept that 1863 land addition. We will only accept 1863's Township (land addition) being located adjacent to Lac du Flambeau Reservations west. So you can obviously comprehend that this Reservation is being corrupted.



Demographics of Lac Du Flambeau Reservation in 1920

Population: 781

Total # Allotted: 339

Total Trust Land Allotments: 305 (Trust Land is land held in trust by American leaders - it could not be sold)

Total Fee Land Allotments: 34 (Fee Land is land that could be sold to non Indians - Ojibway leaders did not agree to this action)

305 + 34 = 339

Total Unallotted Ojibway's: 442 (this is where they are deceiving you)

Demographics of Lac Du Flambeau Reservation in 1920

Total # of Land Allotments: 600

Allotted Land: 45,756 acres

Unallotted Land: 24,424 acres

Total Allotted and Unallotted Acres: 70,180 acres

600 x 115 acres = 69,000 acres

Average Allotment Size = 115 acres



781 x 115 acres = 89,815 acres



339 x 205 acres = 69,495 acres

Average Allotment Size = 205 acres

781 x 205 acres = 160,105 acres



Land Area: 89,115 acres or 139.2 sq. mi. or 360.6 sq. km.

Land Area: 160,105 acres or 250.1 sq. mi. or 647.9 sq. km.



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Indian Village Road View

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Demographics:

Land Area: 202.9 sq. mi. or 525.5 sq. km.

Population: Not Known Correctly

Language: Ojibway

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