Nez Perce Reservation
Located in northern Idaho State, is Nez Perce Reservation. Below is a map of an 1867 map of Nez Perce Reservation. You'll notice it's boundaries are quite different. Today, Elk City is 25.0 miles or 40.3 kilometers east of Nez Perce Reservation. Investigate the 1867 map! It extends further east closer to Montana. It's only 15 miles or 24.1 kilometers west of Montana. Today's Nez Perce Reservation is 65 miles or 104.6 kilometers west of Montana. From northwest to southeast, Nez Perce Reservation is 105 miles or 168.9 kilometers. It's furthest south to north extent is 28.2 miles of 45.5 kilometers. There's also a photo of chief Joseph with his good buddy Colonel Gibbon. Notice how much larger he is? An indication he had wealth! Nez Perce People may be Amikwa or Amika Ojibway's. Original Nez Perce Reservation was set aside on June 11, 1855. On June 9, 1863 what is today's Nez Perce Reservation, was created. However, William J. Keelers 1867 map is authentic which means today's Nez Perce Reservation has incorrect boundaries. I don't know what Nez Reservations Indian Population is. There is only one Indian town and that's Lapwai. According to 2010's census, Lapwai has a population of 1,137. Indians make up 888 of it's population or 78.1% of Lapwai's population. There's probably a few hundred more Nez Perce living in white towns throughout Nez Perce Reservation.
A vast Ojibway Reservation is located in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. American leaders sent their soldiers to Montana to launch military campaigns against Ojibway People who continued to honor treaty that set aside their vast Reservation located in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. 1876-1877's War spread to Idaho in 1877. By 1878, this war had expanded to northeast Oregon and Umatilla People or Reservation was involved, as was Fort Hall Reservation. Towards end of 1878, war in northeast Oregon and Idaho had stopped. Leaders of Nez Perce Reservation must contest Keelers 1867 map. Nez Perce Reservation is much larger. In 1920, they reported Nez Perce Reservation population to be 1,462. Of that, 1,057 were full bloods while 195 were predominantly Nez Perce and 210 were predominantly white Nez Perce. Land act of May 1, 1893 which was ratified on August 15, 1894, allotted 178,812 acres to 1,876 Nez Perce People. Another 2,170.47 acres was reserved for Reservation purposes. Another 32,020 acres of timber was Reserved for the Nez Perce. What was left was opened to white settlement. Nez Perce Reservation was left owning 34,190 acres. However, they are concealing from Nez Perce People, the correct land area of Nez Perce Reservation. They must contest it! They like promoting Nez Perce Reservation being a former Reservation. However, that isn't the case. They left Nez Perce Reservation owning 32,020 acres. Nez Perce Reservation has a land area of 213,002.47 acres or 332.8 sq. mi. or 862.0 sq. km. That's including land allotments.
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