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Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana Needs Your Help


Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana needs funding to establish offices at Blackfeet Reservation, Crow-Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Flathead Reservation, Fort Belknap Reservation and at Great Falls, Montana where Hill 57 Reservation is located. Our goal is to gain Tribal Recognition at Blackfeet Reservation, Crow-Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Flathead Reservation and Fort Belknap Reservation and Federal Recognition for Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians at Great Falls with Reservation. Your donation will be greatly appreciated. Below is my paypal link where you can donate to this very important cause for survival. If you are interested in becoming a member of Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, you can fill out a form here . In comments box, please include your tribal affiliation. In Montana, members of Blackfeet, Crow-Northern Cheyenne, Flathead, Fort Belknap and Rocky Boys Reservation are automatically members of Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. However, if you are a member from another tribe (Reservation) your application will be approved if you have proof of membership from your tribe (Reservation).


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The Nakawe They Don't Want Known Of (Dakota Indians)


The Indian people known as the Dakota Tribe, originally lived in probably Minnesota, North Dakota, and Manitoba, Canada, and are a mixture of Anishinabe and Dakotas. It is very obvious they are a mixture of both Anishinabe and Dakotas. Read the Seven Fires Prophecy to understand. The mixture of the two Native American peoples commenced probably during the 17th century, back east. Anishinabe people have to deal with this obvious cover-up which is very similar to that of the Chipewyan cover-up.



After the whites signed treaties with the Dakota Indians, the Dakota indians were granted their present Reservations. That event occurred during the 1860s and 1870s. For more information about the Dakota Reservations, scroll down further on this page. Of supposed Siouan stock, the Dakota Indians are also known as the Lakota and Nakota. However, most of the Dakota Indians were in an alliance (subjugated by) with the bitter Ojibwa enemy of the Dakota people. At around 1735, the Iron Confederation was formed in northern Minnesota and northwestern Ontario. It was made up of the Anishinabe, the Dakota tribe of Indians and others. Later, the Blackfoot (they are really Anishinabe) joined the Iron Confederation and what followed was a mass migration of the citizens of the Iron Confederation, out onto the plains of Canada and the United States. Since the Iron Confederation held an advantage over the neighboring tribes, it took them little time to spread out west into Alberta, British Columbia, and into Montana, then into California, Idaho, Nevada, Northwest Territories, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.



White historians are wrong about the so called Sioux Wars of the 1860s and 1870s. Those wars were between the Iron Confederation and the United States, for control of the Montana region. Those wars include the 1866-1868 Red Clouds War, and the 1876-1877 Black Hills War, and the 1877 Nez Perce War. Many Dakota soldiers participated in all those conflicts on the side of the Iron Confederation. After the Iron Confederation had been defeated by the United States in 1877, the dakota tribes were settled down on large Reservations. After the 1877 Nez Perce War, the Dakota Indians and other tribes, made their peace with the United States. Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull were probably not Dakota, but probably Anishinabe. Most Dakota or Lakota, made their peace with the United States in 1865, and allied with the United States to fight the Iron Confederation of the Montana region. Below are the present day Dakota Indian Reservations in the United States, and Dakota Indian Reserves in Canada.



Catawba Reservation of South Carolina Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 1.1 sq. mi.
Population is 174
Language is Dakota


Cheyenne River Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 4,267 sq. mi.
Population is 8,470
Language Dakota


Crow Reservation of Montana
Covers 3,581 sq. mi.
Population is over 7,000
Language is Dakota


Crow Creek Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 422 sq. mi.
Population is 1,756
Language is Dakota


Fort Belknap Reservation of Montana Dakota-Anishinabe
654,000 acres or 2,646 sq. km.
Population is over 5,000
Languages are Anishinabe-Dakota


Fort Berthold Reservation of North Dakota Dakota (including Crow)-Anishinabe
Covers 1,544 sq. mi. (988,000 acres)
Population is 5,915
Language Dakota


Fort Peck Reservation of Montana Dakota-Anishinabe
3,289 sq. mi. or 8,518 sq. km.
Population is around 5,500 on the Reservation and 5,500 off
Language Dakota


Flandreau Santee Sioux Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 3.5 sq. mi.
Population is 279
Language is Dakota


Iowa Reservation of Kansas and Nebraska Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 19 sq. mi.
Popluation is 172
Language is Dakota


Lower Brule Dakota Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 339 sq. mi.
Population is 1,123
Language is Dakota


Lower Sioux Community of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 2.7 sq. mi.
Population is 259
Language is Dakota


Mattaponi Reservation of Virginia Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 0.1 sq. mi.
Population is 70
Language is Dakota


Mille Lacs Reservation of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 339 sq. mi.
Population is 1,123
Language is Anishinabe


Omaha Reservation of Iowa and Nebraska Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 312 sq. mi.
Population is 5,227
Language is Dakota


Osage Reservation of Oklahoma Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 339 sq. mi.
Population is 1,123
Language is Dakota


Pamunkey Reservation of Virginia Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 2 sq. mi.
Population is 49
Language is Dakota


Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota and Nebraska Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 4,353 sq. mi.
Population is 12,215
Language is Dakota


Ponca Reservation of Nebraska Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 27,500 acres or
Population 2,500
Language Dakota


Prairie Island Dakota Community of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 0.8 sq. mi.
Population is 60
Language is Dakota


Rocky Boy Reservation of Montana Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 203,015 acres or 317 sq. mi.
Total Population 2,676
Language Anishinabe


Rosebud Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 5,200 sq. mi.
Population is 9,696
Language is Dakota


St. Croix Reservation of Wisconsin Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 339 sq. mi.
Population is 1,123
Language is Dakota


Shakopee Community of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 0.5 sq. mi.
Population is 203
Language is Dakota


Spirit Lake Reservation of North Dakota Dakota (including Crow)-Anishinabe
Covers 495 sq. mi.
Population is 4,435
Language Dakota


Standing Rock Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 3,572 sq. mi.
Population is 4,044
Language Dakota


Upper Sioux Commuity of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 1.2 sq. mi.
Population is 49
Language is Dakota


White Earth Reservation of Minnesota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 1,310 sq. mi.
Total Population: 9,192
Language Anishinabe


Winnebago Reservation of Nebraska Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 173 sq. mi.
Population is 2,341
Language is Dakota


Winnebago Reservation of Wisconsin Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 5.0 sq. mi.
Population is 700
Language is Dakota


Yankton Reservation of South Dakota Dakota-Anishinabe
Covers 666 sq. mi.
Population is 6,269
Language is Dakota


Alexis Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Alberta
15,200 acres or 61.51 sq. km.
Population is 1,556
Language Dakota


Big Horn Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Alberta
22 km or 5,436 acres
Population 192
Language Dakota


Eden Valley Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Alberta
17 km or 4,200 acres
Population 509
Language Dakota


Stoney Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Alberta
402 km or 99,336 acres
Population is 2,173
Language Dakota


Paul First Nation Dakota-Anishinabe - Alberta
18,112 acres or 73.30 sq. km.
Popluation is 1,400
Language Dakota




Manitoba

You only need to use the Turtle Mountains to learn about the Sioux Indians of southern Manitoba. White historians claim the Sioux fled Minnesota during the 1862 Chippewa Uprising. It was not the Lakota who fought that war. They had already reached a treaty agreement with the United States in which they ceded Chippewa land in southern Minnesota in 1851. Their Minnesota Reservation was set aside that same year (1851). Read the Seven Fires Prophecy! A Reserve was supposedly set aside for some Lakota in the Turtle Mountains of southern Manitoba. They are the same Turtle Mountains where the Chippewa Turtle Mountain Reservation in North Dakota is located. Chief Hdamani told the whites the Saulteaux (Saulteaux is one of the many names the whites have named the Chippewa's - others are Anishinabe, Arapaho, Assiniboine, Blackfeet, Cheyenne, Cree, Crow, Dakota, Delaware, Gros Ventre, Kickapoo, Lakota, Miami, Nakawe, Nakota, Ojibway, Ottawa, Potawatomi, Shawnee including Sho-shoni, and Sioux) had granted them land in the Turtle Mountains in 1862.



These Chippewa people are the same Chippewa's living in the Turtle Mountains of extreme northern North Dakota. The Chippewa Turtle Mountain Reserve in extreme southern Manitoba, was eradicated in 1909 or the same year ogima (chief) Rocky Boy led 100s of Chippewa's to a new Chippewa Reservation within the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana. Most relocated to the Canupawakpa Reserve, while others relocated to Birdtail Sioux and Sioux Valley Reserves. Further to the east, more Sioux lived almost adjacent to Portage la Priaire, Manitoba. They have a very tiny settlement adjacent to Portage la Prairie which is known as Dakota Tipi. It is similar to Hill 57 adjacent to Great Falls, Montana.



In 1972, they supposedly went their separate ways. Many settled at the Ojibway Long Plain Reserve which is a few miles to the southwest. The Dakota Plains Reserve is connected to the Ojibway Long Plain Reserve. The Sioux Reserves in Manitoba and Saskatchewan listed below, were set aside for non treaty Chippewa's. They are the descendants of the Chippewa's and Lakota who fled from the real Turtle Mountains of extreme far western North Dakota (they are now known as the Killdeer Mountains but in 1805 were known as Turtle Mountain or Turtle Mountains according to Lewis and Clark) during the Chippewa Exodus of 1877. Ogimak (chiefs) Big Bear and Sitting Bull led them up to southern Saskatchewan and southwestern Manitoba, from Montana and North Dakota. Ogima Sitting Bull was a Chippewa who was born and raised among the Red River Chippewa's.





Birdtail Dakota-Anishinabe - Manitoba
29.07 sq. km. or 7,183 acres
Population is 345
Language Dakota


Canupawakpa Dakota-Anishinabe - Manitoba
10.50 sq. km. or 2,594 acres
Population is 303
Language Dakota


Dakota Plains Dakota-Anishinabe - Manitoba
5.40 sq. km. or 1,334 acres
Population is 108
Language Dakota


Dakota Tipi Dakota-Anishinabe - Manitoba
0.38 sq. km. or 93 acres
Population is 156
Language Dakota


Sioux Valley Dakota-Anishinabe - Manitoba
38.15 sq. km. or 9,437 acres
Population is 1,079
Language Dakota


Carry the Kettle Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
40,695 acres or 164 sq. km.
Population is 1,788
Language Dakota


Mosquito-Grizzly Bear Nakota Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
31,500 acres or 127 sq. km.
Population is 981
Language Dakota


Ocean Man Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
10,201 acres or 41 sq. km.
Population is 248
Language Dakota


Pheasant Rump Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
19,684 acres or 79 sq. mi.
Population is 223
Language Dakota


Standing Buffalo Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
5,550 acres or 2,246 hectares or 22 sq. km.
Population is 1,062
Language Dakota


Whitebear Dakota-Anishinabe - Saskatchewan
42,539 acres or 172 sq. km.
Population is 1,682
Language Dakota




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