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Trenton Indian Service Area


It is actually a part of Fort Peck Reservation of Montana. Below is a map of Fort Peck Reservation, links to google earth photos of Trenton and a 1909 news article that will help you understand this information. Trenton is not a part of Turtle Mountain Reservation. There's a cover-up! An office was established in Trenton for Ojibway's who were supposedly allotted over 500,000 acres in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota after 1892's fraudulent treaty known as the infamous 10 cent an acre Treaty, was ratified by American leaders in 1904. At this present time, Trenton Indian Service Area claims their population in Montana and North Dakota Counties within its area (in Montana it covers Sheridan, Roosevelt, and Richland Counties - in North Dakota they are Divide, Williams, and McKenzie Counties) is over 2,600.



Trenton is located within old Fort Buford Military Reservation which was located in Montana and North Dakota. Adjacent to it on it's east was Fort Berthold Reservation. In 1875, adjacent to Fort Buford Reservation (it's really Fort Berthold Reservation) on it's west, was Blackfeet Reservation. In 1888, Blackfeet Reservation was illegally fragmented. However, Fort Berthold Reservation remained connected to Fort Peck Reservation. Until March 3, 1891 that is, when much of Fort Berthold Reservation was ceded. Later on October 1, 1895 or a couple of years after 1892's illegal McCumber Agreement was signed, 900 sq. mi. Fort Buford Military Reservation was shut down. During those times there were at least two Ojibway villages within Fort Buford Reservation if not more. Fort Buford Military Reservation was originally a part of Fort Berthold Reservation. Ojibway leaders allowed American's to built a fort within their Fort Berthold Reservation of Montana and North Dakota. However, Ojibway People further west didn't agree and attacked Fort Buford.



Land Allotments and chief Rocky Boy

It was reported that Trenton Ojibway's were allotted 131,000 acres in Williams County, North Dakota where part of Fort Buford Reservation is. In fact, those 131,000 acres were probably that part of Fort Buford Reservation located in Williams County, North Dakota. United States allowed some mixed bloods to settle on this Reservation to corrupt Ojibway's. By 1970s, Ojibway's owned only around 22,000 acres of those original 131,000 acres allotted them in Williams County, North Dakota. Commencing in 1905 or about a year after 1892's infamous 10 cent an acre Treaty or McCumber Agreement was ratified, over 3,000 Ojibway's applied for land allotments at Glasgow, Montana's land office. Over 400,000 acres was allotted to them. Fort Buford Reservation is, in fact, a part of Fort Peck Reservation. And Fort Peck Reservation's boundaries are incorrect. Chief Rocky Boy dealt with a serious situation in 1908-1909 in Montana. It was reported in many newspapers and magazines in 1909-1910, that chief Rocky Boy's 1.4 million acre Reservation was eradicated. According to newspaper reports, it was located adjacent to Fort Peck Reservation. Chief Rocky Boy and 100's of his Ojibway Subjects were confined to a location near Helena in 1908-1909, to await forced Relocations. Their numbers were obviously much higher. Possibly in the 1,000's. In November 1909, chief Rocky Boy and 100's of his Ojibway Subjects, were boarded onto train boxcars and Relocated to a new Ojibway Reservation within Blackfeet Reservation. And there were other locations chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects were Relocated to in 1909-1910. One is old Fort Buford Reservation. Read the 1909 and 1910 news articles below. Trenton is about 400 miles from Helena.













Demographics of Trenton Indian Service Area (it's actually a part of Fort Peck Reservation)

Land Area: 900 sq. mi. or 2,331 sq. km.

Population: 2,600

Language: Ojibway

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