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Menominee Reservation


This Ojibway Reservation is located in northeast Wisconsin, some 32.3 miles or 52.0 kilometers northwest of Green Bay. Below is a map of Menominee Reservation and links to google earth photos of Keshena. Menominee Reservation was eradicated in 1961 yet restored in 1973. Menominee People are Ojibway yet will not accept being Ojibway because of fear of following prophesy. They speak Ojibway according to 19th century Ojibway authors. During those times (early 19th century) most of Ojibway Nation was united and governed at their capital at what is now Great Falls, Montana. On May 12, 1854 Ojibway leaders in Montana, agreed to land cessions done without their approval years earlier and Menominee Reservation was created. American historians have a different description of May 12, 1854's Treaty. According to them, Menominee leaders ceded their Minnesota Reservation adjacent to Winnebego Reservation. Pillager Ojibway leaders were disturbed by that act of deceit! On October 4, 1842 Ojibway leaders ceded land in Michigan's Upper Peninsula's west and northeast Wisconsin including Menominee Reservations west portion. That information proves Menominee Reservation is Ojibway. On October 18, 1848 Menominee leaders supposedly ceded all their land in Wisconsin and were set aside a large Reservation in Minnesota adjacent to a Winnebego Reservation. What really transpired, was Ojibway leaders setting aside some of their land in Minnesota for Menominee Ojibway's and Winnebego Ojibway's who requested for land. They wouldn't sell it to them unless they were hostile. However, according to historians, they were inclined not to Relocate to their new Reservation in Minnesota. That may have been because the land was Pillager Ojibway land. Pillager Ojibway's are Ojibway Nations Military and Police Nation or Totem. Menominee leaders knew they needed permission and that's why they requested for land. According to historians, Pillager Ojibway leaders supposedly ceded the land on August 2 and August 21, 1847. It was in Minnesota and too early.



Those Menominee remaining in Wisconsin, were without land for the time being. Menominee Reservation was originally adjacent to Oneida Reservations original boundaries. According to historians, Menominee leaders sold 500,000 acres to Oneida Ojibway's from New York on February 8, 1831. American leaders had to intervene over the 500,000 acres Ojibway leaders set aside for Oneida Ojibway's from New York, on February 8, 1831. Ojibway leaders would not sell them land if they were in need of survival. Oneida leaders in New York requested for the land from Ojibway leaders. On February 11, 1856 Ojibway leaders in Montana, approved two townships (46,080 acres or 18,648 hectares) of land for Ojibway People known as Stockbridge and Munsee. We know from 19th century authors both speak Ojibway. Their Reservation is located in Menominee Reservation southwest. Neither Menominee, Munsee or Stockbridge People will accept being Ojibway. Some of Stockbridge Reservation was opened up to white settlement. It was reported in 1920 that Menominee Reservation had no land allotted. All Menominee Reservation land was unallotted. At Stockbridge/Munsee Reservation, they reported that 167 of their citizens received land allotments. Allotted land totaled 8,920 acres. Menominee Reservation has a land area of 354.0 sq. mi. or 916.8 sq. km. Including Stockbridge Reservations land area of 72.0 sq. mi. or 186.5 sq. km. Menominee Reservation has a total land area of 426.0 sq. mi. or 1,103.3 sq. km. There are several communities within Menominee Reservation including Keshena, Legend Lake, Middle Village, Neopit and Zoar. There are many other small settlements located throughout Menominee Reservation including Stockbridge, that are not organized. Leaders of Menominee Reservation are allowing whites to invade and colonize their Reservation. That has to stop. Whites are being allowed to settle around Legend Lake. Nearly all of their Reservation is covered by a forest, except their southwest portion.



Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View

Keshena Road View





Demographics of Menominee Reservation

Land Area: Menominee Reservation & Stockbridge Reservation 426.0 sq. mi. or 1,103.3 sq. km.

Population: 4,752 (Menominee Reservation 3,225 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 1,527)

Indian: Menominee Reservation 3,070 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 769

White: Menominee Reservation 123 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 716

Black: Menominee Reservation 3 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 0

Asian: Menominee Reservation 9 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 4

Mixed: Menominee Reservation 20 - Stockbridge-Munsee-Delaware Reservation 38

Hispanic: 88 and 25 - 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. Most Hispanics who live on the Menominee Reservation, are Mexican.

Language: Corrupt

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