Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana

Ojibway Indians of Missouri

How, you may be asking, did the ojibway indians of missouri get there? When the wars were occurring back in the Ohio region the Anishinabek were very much a part of those wars which include, the French and Indian War; Pontiac's War; the American Revolutionary War; the 1782-1794 Northwest Indian War; and the War of 1812. As a result of the continuous fighting the Chippewa's and other Ohio tribes, gradually started to flee towards the west, including into Missouri, which then led them down into Arkansas, and even more southward. That probably occurred in the 1770s. Anyway, though the whites will not accept a Ojibway Indians of Missouri as being true, it is most definitely. Below is a list of the Anishinabek of Missouri who are the Cherokee and Saponi of course. The Chippewa's have been forced by the whites to lose their tribal identity in many locations.

Chickamauga Cherokee Nation

Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory

Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee

Cherokee Nation West of Missouri & Arkansas

Chickamauga Cherokee Nation

Chickamauga Cherokee Nation MO/AR White River Band

Dogwood Band of Free Cherokees

Lost Cherokee of Arkansas & Missouri

Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory

Northern Cherokee Tribe of Indians of Missouri and Arkansas

Ozark Mountain Cherokee Tribe of Arkansas and Missouri

Sac River and White River Bands of the Chickamauga-Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri

Saponi Nation of Missouri

Southern Cherokee Indian Tribe

Western Cherokee

Western Cherokee of Arkansas/Louisiana Territories

Western Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri

The Wilderness Tribe of Missouri

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