This Reservations history is extremely corrupt. It is an Ojibway Reservation set aside on December 21, 1882. Below is map of this Ojibway Reservations correct boundaries and links to google earth photos of Belcourt. They look like Rolette County's boundaries because Rolette County is Turtle Mountain Reservation. We do not want to include information about a 10,000,000 acre or 11,000,000 acre Reservation set aside for them because that didn't happen in North Dakota. It happened in Montana. White historians are corrupting Ojibway's of Montana, by brainwashing them into accepting that they came from Turtle Mountain Reservation of Rolette County, North Dakota. It's vice-versa. After 1862's Minnesota Indian War ended, Ojibway leaders knew a treaty had to be signed to officially end that conflict. Ojibway Nation's capital was located at what is now Great Falls, Montana in those times. Ojibway Soldiers attacked that portion of Red River Colony and whites in southern Minnesota, after Ojibway leaders abruptly left treaty negotiations in August 1862. They were enraged by hostile American negotiators who didn't care for them. Many Ojibway's fled up to Canada yet most fled west into Montana. On March 11, 1863, treaty negotiations commenced. On October 2, 1863, Ojibway's from Lower and Upper Red Lake region signed treaty. They officially ratified March 11, 1863's Treaty on May 7, 1864. A vast Reservation in northern Minnesota was created. It's known as Leech Lake Reservation which includes Red Lake Reservation.
Chief Red Bear was set aside a Reservation at Devil's Lake (aka Spirit Lake) when he signed 1863's Old Crossing Treaty. There's good reason to suspect Devil's Lake Reservation is Turtle Mountain Reservation. There are small mountains adjacent to Devil's Lake's southern shores. Not long after May 7, 1864's Treaty was signed, fighting between Ojibway's and American's in North Dakota stopped. Chief Little Shell II and his son chief Little Shell III, were native to Devil's Lake region. For some reason a new Reservation was created in North Dakota on December 21, 1882. Peace was in place in North Dakota since 1864 yet American leaders created Turtle Mountain Reservation in December of 1882. Why? It may have been because of Montana's large Ojibway population. Chief Big Bear who fled from Montana to Canada in 1876, signed treaty on December 8, 1882. It may have dealt with his Ojibway Subjects in Canada. Many lived in southeast Saskatchewan. A large Ojibway population was living around Alberta's and Saskatchewan's Cypress Hills, after they fled their native Montana in 1876-1877. New Ojibway Reserves were set aside in southeast Saskatchewan for them. They include Crooked Lakes Reserve, Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve, White Bear Reserve and others. Rolette County, North Dakota is around 100 miles from White Bear Reserve. Chief Little Shell III was supposedly living where Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan is in 1882. It's 47 miles or 76 kilometers north of Fort Peck Reservation. In 1877, chief Sitting Bull was at Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan with around 5,000 Ojibway's. If chief Little Shell III was with him, it indicates he was living in Montana in 1876 or 1877. On July 11, 1882, chief Little Shell III supposedly travelled to where Turtle Mountain Reservation would be set aside. He warned white settlers not to enter that region because a proposed treaty had yet to be negotiated and signed. That treaty is December 21, 1882's Treaty which is related to December 8, 1882's Treaty signed by chief Big Bear.
Chief Little Shell III was principle Ojibway leader (he was native to Devil's Lake region in North Dakota) yet he was supposedly living in Canada. However, he may have fled Montana in 1876 or 1877. Supposedly American leaders recognized Kaishpau Gourneau as leader of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. Chief Little Shell III did not. American leaders had to negotiate with real Ojibway leaders. Chief Little Shell III's family was well known long before 1882. Thus, we have to exclude Gourneau. He was an outsider. Chief Little Shell III signed treaty on December 21, 1882 in which Turtle Mountain Reservation was created. He was content. His Reservation covers 939 sq. mi. or 2,432 sq. km. In 1884, American leaders illegally reduced Turtle Mountain Reservation to 72 sq. mi. or 186.5 sq. km. Chief Little Shell III refused to recognize that illegal land cession. Thus, he continued to honor December 21, 1882's Treaty. American leaders had to buy Ojibway leaders to sign McCumber Agreement of October 22, 1892. It was fraudulent. We only recognize December 21, 1882's Treaty. Many Montana Ojibway's were forced to relocate to Turtle Mountain Reservation. It deals with chief Rocky Boy and Turtle Mountain Reservation Land Allotments. McCumber Agreement which is fraudulent, was ratified on April 21, 1904. American leaders had to negotiate with chief Rocky Boy because he was leader of Montana Ojibway's and Ojibway's from other States. Land was added onto Turtle Mountain Reservation for chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects. Then in 1909 and 1910, old Fort Buford Military Reservation was set aside for chief Rocky Boy's Ojibway Subjects in Montana. It's adjacent to Fort Peck Reservation. Trenton is their main town. You have to follow evidence along a trail as prophecy tells you. Chief Rocky Boy is very important. We know Turtle Mountain Reservation is one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations. Below is an excerpt from a 1909 news article. Trenton, North Dakota is 400 miles from Helena, Montana.