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Magnetawan Reserve of Ontario


Another Ojibway Reserve English leaders violated. Below is a map of Magnetawan Reserve, links to google earth photos of Magnetawan and demographics of Magnetawan Reserve. 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty established this Reserve for Ojibway People led by 4 Ojibway leaders who went into treaty negotiations expecting honor to be followed. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. Ojibway leaders from Shaw-a-na-ga (it means southern ? in Ojibway) were also from Parry Island (aka Wasauksing) and did not sign 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty until 2 weeks after most Ojibway leaders living around Lake Huron did. What's unusual is they were located furthest south which indicates deception. Chiefs Ma-ka-ta Mi-shi-quet (Shawanaga) and Me-kis (Parry Island or Wasauksing) signed for Shawanaga and Wasauksing (aka Parry Island). Chief Ma-ka-ta Mi-shi-quet was set aside 2 tracts of land (it may have been 3) with each being 3.0 sq. mi. or 3 miles north, 3 miles south, 3 miles west and 3 miles east. It's actually 9 miles north, 9 miles south, 9 miles west and 9 miles east. Ojibway leaders would not have attended negotiations if they knew they would be set aside a Reserve of only 3.0 sq. mi. So total size of his Reserve is 18 miles from north to south and 18 miles from west to east. Of course, that includes both tracts of land. However, there may have been 3 tracts of land set aside for chief Ma-ka-ta Mi-shi-quet. Chief Me-kis was set aside a tract of land 4.0 sq. mi. or 12 miles from north to south and 12 miles from west to east. Ojibway leaders would not have attended negotiations if they knew they would be set aside a Reserve of only 4.0 sq. mi.



For this Reserves north portion, chiefs Pa-meq-uo-naish-cung (Magnetawan) and Wa-ge-ma-ke (Henvey Inlet and French River) were each set aside a Reserve that's 6 miles from west to east and 3 miles from north to south. Each is actually 18 miles from west to east and 9 miles from north to south. So it's actually 36 miles from west to east and 18 miles from north to south. American leaders more frequently set aside Reserves that are around 1,000 sq. mi. or 2,590 sq. km. England had no intentions of honoring treaty as did English American leaders. After authentic Ojibway leaders learned they were lied to, many led their Ojibway Subjects west and north, to escape from the evil intentions of white leaders. If you are thinking why's their population small, you now know why! At Parry Island First Nation, their leaders don't care for Ojibway's and are allowing whites to invade and colonize their District. They are only thinking of themselves.



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Demographics of Magnetawan Reserve

Land Area: 1,116 sq. mi. or 2,890.4 sq. mi.

Population: 735 (2016 census)

Language: Ojibway

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