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Ojibway Indians of Minnesota


From the Montana region, the Ojibway Indians of Minnesota came. They were driven by prophecy to expand to the east to fight the invading whites. They expanded as far east as New Brunswick. They even settled very near where New York City is. Below is a list of the Ojibway Indians of Minnesota Reservations.



The Fond Du Lac Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the northeastern part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 101,000 acres.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 6,606

Fond Du Lac Villages

Brookston
Cloquet
Sawyer


The Grand Portage Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the far northeastern part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 47,000 acres.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 790

Grand Portage Villages

Grand Portage, 518


The Leech Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Leech Lake Reservation in the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 677,099 acres. Keep in mind that some of the towns on this Reservation listed below, may be predominantly white towns, and in fact, there are more Indian villages on this Reservation than listed. The Reservation is part of the Chippewa National Forest which covers 2,500 sq. mi. and is a part of the Leech Lake Reservation created on May 7, 1864.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 7,173

Leech Lake Villages

Agency Bay
Ball Club
Battle Point
Bena
Cass Lake
Cass River
Cherry or Okwemin
Inger
Jackson Village
Kego Lake
Lost Lake
Luck Lake
Oak Point
Onigum
Mission
Punky
Ryan Village
Smokey Point
Squaw Lake
Sugar Point
Winnie Dam


The Mille Lacs Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Mille Lacs Reservation in the north central part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 61,000 acres.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 2,801

Mille Lacs Villages

Vineland, 607


The Sandy Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the State of Minnesota. The Sandy Lake Ojibways are still seeking Federal recognition and at the present moment they own 145 acres.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is several hundred

The Nett Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the northeastern part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 105,284 acres.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 2,485

Nett Lake Villages

Net Lake, 650
Lake Vermilion, 150


The Red Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the northern part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 837,736 acres, and it is the largest of all Ojibway Reservations.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 4,316

Red Lake Villages

Little Rock, 1,055
Ponemah, 874
Red Lake, 1,430
Redby, 957


The White Earth Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the northwestern part of the State of Minnesota. The size of this Ojibway Reservation is approximately 837,120 acres. The praires start on the western part of the Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 20,225

White Earth Villages

Auginuash
Ebro
Elbow Lake
Mahkoonse
Naytahwaush, 583
Ogema
Pine Bend
Pine Point, 337
Rice Lake, 226
Riverland
The Ranch
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Waubun
White Earth, 424


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