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Ojibway Indians of California


Exactly how Ojibway Indians of California made it to California is quite mysterious! Not really if you know about Seven Fires Prophecy. After Ojibway leaders became aware of Seven Fires Prophecy, they acted on instinct and invaded western North America. Today, Ojibway Indians of California are not so easy to find. However, we can use language and old books to find who they are. There are tribes in California that speak Algonquian. They are known as Wiyot and Yurok. We can include Yukian as well. They are Wappo and Yuki. Yokuts might be included as well. Pomo Indians are listed as Hokan which includes Yuman Languages which are Mexican-Opata or Uto-Aztecan. Then there are old books written in 19th century by Mexicans which includes information pertaining to Indian Languages of Mexico. Mexican Linguists are far more reliable because they had closer and longer contact with Mexican Indian Tribes including in California which used to be a part of Mexico. According to Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas, Mexican-Opata Language Family was one of Mexico's largest Indian Language Families. American's renamed Mexican-Opata Language Family to Uto-Aztecan Language Family and made some slight changes. They changed Comanche-Shoshone Dialect to Numic Dialect. We know Shoshone People are Ojibway. Ojibway authors from 19th century provided vital information. Blackbird wrote that Ojibway Language was extensively spoken among Shoshone People. Peter Jones wrote that Ojibway Language was spoken from Mississippi Rivers headwaters (it's located in southwest Montana where Shoshone People lived) to Red Rivers headwaters. Our attention is on Comanche-Shoshone Dialect because we know it's Ojibway. It includes Cahuilla and Chemehuevi People of Southern California. Yokuts are a western extension of Shoshone People in California. So finding Ojibway Indians of California is not at all difficult. However, they won't accept being Ojibway. Below is a list of California Ojibway Indians Rancherias and Reservations. I placed information pertaining to chief Rocky Boy beside those Rancherias and Reservations established in 1900 and after because they belong to him. On January 14, 1902, chief Rocky Boy sent a letter to President Roosevelt telling him he was leader of Ojibway's in Montana and other States (one of those States is California) that did not have Reservations. He requested for new Ojibway Reservations yet was denied. He then requested that his Ojibway Subjects be allowed to settle on land not surveyed. They accepted his proposal. I can include nearly all California Rancherias because most were established after 1900. I won't though. This list of California Tribes will not accept being Ojibway. Their brainwashed. I'll keep it to Comanche-Shoshone.



Agua Caliente Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 32,000 acres
Population: Corrupted
Language: Corrupted

Augustine Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 640 acres
Population: 11 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Big Lagoon Rancheria (Yurok) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established on July 10, 1918
Size: 20 acres
Population: It is 17 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Big Pine Shoshone Reservation - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1912
Size: 279 acres
Population: It is 418 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Bishop Shoshone Reservation - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1912
Size: 877 acres
Population: It is 1,183 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Blue Lake Rancheria (Wiyot and Yurok) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established on December 24, 1908
Size: 76 acres
Population: It is 58 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Cabazon Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 1,706 acres
Population: 806 according to 2000's or 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Cahuilla Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 18,884 acres
Population: 154 according to 2000's or 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Chemehuevi Reservation
Size: 30,653 acres
Population: It is 345 according to 2000's or 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Elk Valley Rancheria (Yurok) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1906
Size: 105 acres
Population: It is 99 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Hoopa-Resighini-Yurok Reservation (it is one Reservation because all are connected)
Size: It is 225 sq. mi.
Population: It is 3,423 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

La Jolla Reservation (Cahuilla-Luiseno)
Size: 9,998 acres
Population: 438 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Lone Pine Shoshone Reservation - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established on April 20, 1939
Size: 237 acres
Population: It is 164 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Los Coyotes Reservation (Cahuilla-Cupeno) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established on June 19, 1900
Size: 25,049 acres
Population: 82 according to a 2011's census estimate
Language: Corrupted

Middletown Rancheria (Wappo) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1910
Size: 109 acres
Population: It is 45 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Morongo Reservation (Cahuilla-Cupeno)
Size: 35,000 acres
Population: 954 according to 2000's or 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Pala Reservation (Cahuilla-Cupeno) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1903
Size: 12,273 acres
Population: 1,315 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Pauma-Yuima Reservation (Cahuilla-Luiseno)
Size: 5,877 acres
Population: 206 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Pechanga Reservation (Cahuilla-Luiseno)
Size: 5,500 acres
Population: 451 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Picayune Rancheria (Yokut Shoshone) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1912
Size: 160 acres
Population: 652 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Ramona Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 560 acres
Population: 13 according to a 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Rincon Reservation (Cahuilla-Luiseno)
Size: 4,275 acres
Population: 1,107 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Rohnerville Rancheria (Wiyot) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1910
Size: 177 acres
Population: It is 38 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Round Valley Reservation (Yuki and Wappo)
Size: 36 sq. mi. or 20,000 acres
Population: It is 296 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Santa Rosa Rancheria (Yokut Shoshone) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1934
Size: 1,806 acres
Population: 652 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Santa Rosa Reservation (Cahuilla) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1907
Size: 11,092 acres
Population: 65 according to a 2000 or 2010 census
Language: Corrupted

Soboba Reservation (Cahuilla-Luiseno)
Size: 3,172 acres
Population: 522 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Table Bluff Rancheria (Wiyot) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1908
Size: 88 acres
Population: It is 81 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Table Mountain Rancheria (Yokut Shoshone) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1916
Size: 61 acres
Population: 11 according to a 2000 or 2010 census
Language: Corrupted

Timbisha Death Valley Shoshone Reservation
Size: 7,540 acres
Population: It is 68 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Torres-Martinez Reservation (Cahuilla)
Size: 24,024 acres
Population: 5,594 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Trinidad Rancheria (Wiyot and Yurok) - it's one of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations - it was established in 1906
Size: 80 acres
Population: It is 207 according to 2010's census
Language: Corrupted

Tule River Reservation (Yokut Shoshone)
Size: 55,356 acres
Population: 1,033 according to a 2000 or 2010 census
Language: Corrupted

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