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Spokane Reservation


Located in northern Washington State, Spokane Reservation is a possible former Reservation with a history you can't comprehend! Why? An obvious Ojibway presence in that region of North America! Below are links to google earth photos of Wellpinit. We will try and make sense of this possible former Reservations history. Most important information pertaining to Spokane Reservation is December 0, 1871's Treaty which at all costs, they avoid! On December 0, 1871 another illegal American action took possession of a large area of land in Washington, Idaho and Montana without permission. It has number 532 on land cession maps at the Library of Congress website. In Washington, what is now Spokane Reservation's land area is located within that entire land area!. It also has numbers 533 and 536 on land cession maps. However, both land numbers 533 and 536 are actually a part of land number 532. Colville Reservation extended to Idaho and Spokane River was it's south boundary. Later on January 18, 1881 Spokan Reservation was created. It's location is where original Colville Reservation was! We know about December 0, 1871's Treaty which can't be trusted. Land involved includes much of northeast Washington, north Idaho and parts of western Montana. Since "FRAUD" was used, we must exclude all other treaties and set our attention on a vast Ojibway Reservation being set aside on December 0, 1871. There are 3 Reservations involved. Columbia Reservation, Colville Reservation and Spokan Reservation. However, we have to study how this Reservation was violated! We will include Columbia Reservation and Spokan Reservation as being Colville Reservation.



Mullan Road War was yet being fought in 1871. Mostly in Montana yet Idaho and Washington were not safe locations during those times. White settlement in that region was delayed by constant fighting, particularly in Montana. By 1871, much of the fighting had simmered. That may have been because of December 0, 1871's treaty that established a vast Ojibway Reservation. We need to investigate December 0, 1871's Treaty further.



What is now Colville Reservation, was illegally set aside on April 9, 1872. It was located in a different location. It extended to Idaho and Spokane River was it's south boundary. Spokan Reservation is located there now as is a part of Kalispel Reservation which is one of chief Rocky Boy's many Reservations and Reserves. We must consider both Kalispel Reservation and Spokan Reservation as being the original Colville Reservation! Then about 3 months later or on July 2, 1872 American leaders again resorted to infidelity and moved Colville Reservation from land area number 533 to land area number 536 and put land area number 533 into Public Domain. Colville Reservations land area was 2,825,000 acres or 4,414 sq. mi. or 11,432.4 sq. km.

On January 18, 1881 what is now Spokane Reservation was created. It's land area was 151,680 acres of 237.0 sq. mi. or 613.8 sq. km. It's location is where original Colville Reservation was. That's why we must include Spokan Reservation as being Colville Reservation!

Allotment Act of May 29, 1908 allotted 65,114 acres to 628 citizens of Spokan Reservation (aka original Colville Reservation). A further 1,247.30 acres was set aside for certain purposes! What was left was termed Spokan Reservations 85,318.7 acres of "Surplus Land." President Taft's Proclamation of May 22, 1909 opened Spokan Reservations "Surplus Land" to white settlement. Spokan Reservation (aka original Colville Reservation) became a former Reservation. However, they used "Deceit" by including 5,781 acres as being classified as agriculture land and 82,647.50 acres classified as timber reserved for tribal use! It's the use of "Reserved" that prompts your attention! Spokan Reservations allotments totaled 66,361.3 acres or 26,855.5 hectares. That includes the 1,247.30 acres. What was left was 85,318.7 acres or 34,527.3 hectares. You can obviously notice Deceit being used! Spokan Reservations "Surplus Land" had a land area of 85,318.7 acres and it was opened to white settlement on May 22, 1909! Of course, 5,781 acres was sold to whites! However, we need to know if chief Rocky Boy's landless Ojibway's were given the 82,647.50 acres! Anyone knowing about chief Rocky Boy's history, know 1909 was a difficult year for him. The Rocky Boy Tribe must challenge what happened to Spokan Reservation in 1909.

We have to exclude all acts, agreements and treaties except December 0, 1871's Treaty. However, we first have to find what day December 0, 1871 was! That will be impossible at this time! On December 0, 1871 a vast Ojibway Reservation was created in Idaho, Montana and Washington which Ojibway leaders never ceded. However, Ojibway leaders at Great Falls, Montana left codes for future Ojibway People. Below are those codes! First is photo of Black Eagle Falls. There is a 75 or 57 you'll find! There's also a staircase going up a steep incline! Second photo is of Giant Springs. It's from 1884. They were shrewd and planted 11 trees at Giant Springs. The 3 trees on your right are bent going down river. They represent Marias River, Missouri River and Teton River. It's their Reservations east boundary! Between the 3 trees on your right and 8 trees on your left, is a Divide. It represents the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench. Those 8 trees on your left, are bent going up river except possibly one! First two look like some sort of clue. One is obviously bent going up river while the other almost looks like it's bent going down river. It may represent west of the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench. The other 6 are bent going up river! Those trees can't be more than 10 years old. It's very difficult to decipher their definition! For the time being, we will exclude all other acts, agreements and treaties pertaining to Colville Reservation, Columbia Reservation and Spokan Reservation except December 0, 1871's Treaty. In other words, we consider that entire land area unceded and it's boundaries incorrect!



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