Red Lake Reservation


This Ojibway Reservation was created after 1862's Minnesota Indian War. Below are maps of Red Lake Reservation and Leech Lake Reservation and links to google earth photos of Redby and Red Lake Towns. This region of Minnesota was not included in February 22, 1855's Treaty which is suspicious. On March 11, 1863, American negotiators met with Pillager Ojibway leaders about ending 1862's War and creating new and larger Reservations. On October 2, 1863, Ojibway leaders from Lower and Upper Red Lakes region signed treaty at Old Crossing which created Red Lake Reservation. On May 7, 1864, a treaty was signed that officially ended Minnesota's Indian War and ratified March 11, 1863's Treaty and October 2, 1863's Treaty. This happened in Montana. Leech Lake Reservation was created and included Red Lake Reservation. It's a vast Reservation. Land was added to LLR in 1867. Today that land addition is known as White Earth Reservation. More land was added to LLR in 1878 or 1879. American leaders broke treaty and illegally opened Leech Lake Reservation to white settlement. They had to get permission from Ojibway Nations Government located at what is now Great Falls, Montana. Instead they allowed individual Ojibway men of LLR, to vote to determine if they wanted their Reservation or if they didn't. If they didn't it meant they could sell their land. It was done fraudulently or without proper Ojibway Nation Government approval. It later led to violence and eventual reestablishments of separate Reservations which yet enraged Ojibway leaders. American leaders wanted to relocate many Montana's Ojibway's to LLR.



After 1898's Rebellion, Ojibway's in Minnesota were yet enraged. American leaders were continuing to relocate Montana Ojibway's to Minnesota. They also continued to destroy forests within Reservations. Chief Rocky Boy sent a letter to President Roosevelt on January 14, 1902, telling him he was leader of Chippewa Indians in Montana and other States without Reservations. He requested for new Reservations yet was denied. Chief Rocky Boy then requested that his Ojibway Subjects be allowed to settle on land not surveyed. American leaders accepted his proposal. On March 10, 1902, land was set aside for chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects at Red Lake Reservation. It's total land area is 256,132 acres or 103,653 hectares or 400.2 sq. mi. or 1,036.5 sq. km. We don't know where it's located. It's possibly Red Lake Reservation west portion. American historians do not hesitate telling you that land was ceded to them. It was ceded to chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects. We are following evidence along a trail as told to do by prophecy. Red Lake Reservation is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations. Red Lake Reservation has a land and water area of 1,259 sq. mi. or 3,260.8 sq. km. and includes all of Lower Red Lake and most of Upper Red Lake. According to 2010's census, Red Lake Reservation has a population of 5,162. Ojibway's living there have forgotten about chief Rocky Boy. They need to know about him and what he accomplished.



Satellite Image of Redby

Redby Road View

Redby Road View

Redby Road View

Redby Road View

Redby Road View

Redby Road View



Satellite Image of Red Lake

Red Lake Road View

Red Lake Road View

Red Lake Road View

Red Lake Road View

Red Lake Road View

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Demographics of the Red Lake Reservation:

Total Population: 5,162
Indian: 5,071
White: 61
Black: 5
Asian: 5
Mixed: 20
Hispanic: 88 - 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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