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Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation


This Ojibway Reservation known as Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation, is located in Washington County, Maine. Historically, these Ojibway People were not native to this region but when whites commenced to invade during 16th century, first wars occurred between them invading whites who used islands including Newfoundland, Greenland and Iceland to build up their military forces, and Ojibway's. Dutch and French, first entered St. Lawrence River Valley in either 1530's or 1540's and discoverd a non Algonquian People living there. Around 1600, they returned and found Ojibway People living in St. Lawrence River Valley and further east. These Ojibway People are known as A-ben-a-ki which may mean "Abuser Earth or Earth Abuser," in Ojibway Language. It should be written as "Wa-ban A-ki." It means East Earth. So A-bend A-ki may actually mean Abuser Earth or Earth Abuser. Ojibway People may have named whites "Those That Abuse Earth" or Earth Abuser. Their way of telling each other that prophecy is correct. Thus, A-bend A-ki. These eastern Ojibway's known as Wa-ban A-ki include Passamaquoddy. To translate what it means is not simple. According to wikipedia it's derived from "Pes-ko-to-muh-ka-ti." It supposedly means "Pollock Spearer." We see an Ojibway word for "black" in Peskotomuhkati." It's muh-ka-ti. It's not pronounced that way however. We also see an Ojibway word for bear in "Pes-ko-to-muh-ka-ti." You pronounce muh-ka-ti as maa-kwa-di. So what does Pes-ko-to-muh-ka-ti actually mean? Wa-ban A-ki People including Passamaquoddy People, speak Ojibway. It could mean Valley Bear Precious. Word for heart in Ojibway is "Dee." It's not only a locative! If it was just a locative they'd name it Pas-sa Ma-quod-ag. Translated it means Valley Bear Place. Ojibway's considered Passamaquoddy land precious. They did so by including their word for heart which is "Dee." After these Eastern Ojibway's agreed to peace after War of 1812, they were set aside Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation. Translating to Ojibway is no problem. Pleasant Point in Ojibway is pronounced Mil Ne. It means Good Point. Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation is pronounced Mil Ne Ishkonigan in Ojibway. Ishkonigan means Reservation in Ojibway. Below are demographics of this Ojibway Reservation which is small.





Demographics of Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation

Covers 0.5 sq. mi. or 1.2 k.m.

Total Population: 640

Indian: 567

White: 60

Black: 0

Asian: 2

Mixed: 11

Hispanic: 8 - 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.

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