Ojibway Indians of Montana
What is now the State of Montana, has long had a population of Chippewa Indians. Prophecy led to Ojibwe explorers to search for 8 stopping places and food that grows on water. The Ojibway Indians of Montana found the 8 stopping places at Great Falls. First was Sulphur Springs. Next was Grand Falls. Next was Crooked Falls (aka Horseshoe Falls) then Rainbow Falls and Colter Falls. They then found Giant Springs. Next they found Black Eagle Falls. Actually before they found Sulphur Springs, they found Square Butte or Flathead Mountain which is the 8th stopping place. They were told to find a Flathead Shaped Mountain. Not a Turtle Shaped Island. There's too many Turtle Shaped Islands. The Ojibway Indians of Montana have long forgotten about these events! If you did extensive research about the history of Montana you will frequently read about the Ojibway People including the Cree. In Montana, the whites rather refer to the Anishinabe People as Cree. It's because of the Seven Fires Prophecy. Many people already know about chief Rocky Boy and the Reservation named after him. However, most don't know how important chief Rocky Boy is to Blackfeet Reservation, Flathead Reservation, Fort Belknap Reservation and Fort Peck Reservation. Through chief Rocky Boys negotiations, Ojibway Indians of Montana were allowed to settle at Blackfeet Reservation and Flathead Reservation. They also settled at Fort Belknap Reservation. William R. Logan, who was superintendant of Fort Belknap Reservation, was put in charge of finding land (72 townships or 2,592 sq. mi.) to become a new Ojibway Reservation. This happened in 1908-1909.
Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians (Hill 57 Reservation)
Their Reservation is the southern portion of the original Blackfeet Reservation. There is no evidence that land area was ever ceded. Most of Great Falls is illegally located within their Reservation. Butte, Dillon, Helena, Lewistown, Livingston, West Yellowstone and White Sulphur Springs are also illegally located within their Reservation. Bozeman is also located within their Reservation. However, per treaty agreements, American's were allowed to construct Fort Ellis which became Bozeman. This Reservation is linked to the infamous 10¢ an Acre Treaty which is fraudulent. This Ojibway Reservation has a land area of 40,000 to 50,000 sq. mi. The bogus Little Shell Tribe is trying to pass for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians. We don't recognize the bogus Little Shell Tribe of Montana! Chief Rocky Boy was native to Great Falls. There could be evidence he actually reached an agreement with American leaders about this Reservation, in either 1913 or 1914. Chief Rocky Boy told President Wilson he would stay neutral during the European War or World War I in 1913. He meant the Mexican Civil War. Chief Rocky Boy fled his Blackfeet Reservation created for him in 1909, in late 1910. Announcement of the establishment of Glacier National Park in 1910, led chief Rocky Boy to flee to Mexico. In press reports, they mentioned that Secretary Lane was negotiating to secure land for chief Rocky Boy for becoming neutral. In 1914, it was reported that chief Rocky Boy was back at Great Falls with 700 Ojibway's. His new Reservation is adjacent to Great Falls and includes the Highwood Mountain Range. In December 1921, chief Crazy Boy who was chief Rocky Boy's brother, told Cascade County leaders that he had a Reservation yet needed permission to occupy it. He told them he would fight until Federally recognized. The bogus Little Shell Tribe can trace their origins to 1913 and December 1921. They already have a Reservation and it's quite large. However, they are conspiring with American leaders. Chief Rocky Boy is very important. We have to follow chief Rocky Boy, is we are to Follow prophecy!
Crow-Northern Cheyenne Reservation
Fort Belknap Reservation
Fort Peck Reservation
Rocky Boy Reservation
Turtle Mountain Reservation (a conspiracy or cover-up)
Ahontoays Ojibway's non Federally recognized
Black River and Swan Creek Chippewa's non Federally recognized
Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana (they are bogus or trying to pass for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians - we have been warned about them)