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Ojibway People of Assiniboine River

During War of 1812, Ojibway Soldiers defeated and subjugated invading English and their Eskimo and Odawah or Cree Ojibway allies. Per 1817's Selkirk Treaty Agreements, a small colony was set aside for them called Red River Colony. It extended 2 miles on each side of Assiniboine River from Winnipeg to Portage la Prairie and 2 miles on each side of Red River from Winnipeg to Grand Forks, North Dakota. Ojibway leaders were not stingy. Canada is! Assiniboine River leads from Winnipeg west and northwest into Saskatchewan. It then flows north to a location 20.6 miles or 33.2 kilometers east of Yellow Quill First Nation. There are a series of Ojibway Reserves located near or adjacent to Assiniboine River including Yellow Quill. Long Plain and Dakota Plain (they are a same Reserve), Swan Lake 7 and Swan Lake 7A, Sioux Valley, Canupawakpa, Birdtail Sioux, Gambler, Cote, Keeseekoose and The Key Reserves also. The Dakota or Sioux, are really Ojibway's that lived in Minnesota and North Dakota that fled to Canada, during and after Minnesota's 1862 Ojibway War against Red River Colony and the United States. There is evidence that a Reserve was located where Qu'Appelle River enters Assiniboine River. Most may have been in Saskatchewan. Gambler and Birdtail Sioux Reserves are what remains of this possible Reserve set aside some time in the 19th century. Parts of Assiniboine River is located on the plains. Ojibway People living near Assiniboine River, frequently hunted for buffalo. They had to control RRC because a portion located in the United States, had easy access to American trade posts and forts. Vicious war between Ojibway People and RRC was often. That portion of RRC in Canada was not a problem to Ojibway People. Ojibway Soldiers easily kept them under control. They allowed that portion of RRC in Canada to become independant in 1869. RRC leaders including Louis Riel, wanted to join Canada which they did. Canada was very stingy! It led to Ojibway People leading many of their subjects west and north, after they learned they were lied to about their Reserves.

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