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Ojibway Indians of Oklahoma


On July 19, 1866 a treaty (it's text is below) was reached between so called Cherokee Nation and United States, in which Cherokee Nation supposedly agreed to allow civilized Indians to settle on unoccupied Oklahoma Cherokee lands east of 96. They also agreed to allow friendly Indians to settle on unoccupied Cherokee lands west of 96. What is confusing about this July 19, 1866 Treaty, is exactly where Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's of Kansas settled at in CTJSA (Cherokee Tribal Jurisdictional Service Area). Ojibway Indians of Oklahoma leaders knew from prophecy they had to preserve their Chippewa identity. So those Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's of Kansas, did not agree to merge with Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. They knew better. Ojibway Indians of Oklahoma and Kansas Traditionalists moved to Mexico. So July 19, 1866's Treaty claims Chippewa's of Kansas, merged with Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma? We know Chippewa or Ojibway People, were already living in Oklahoma long before any Cherokee People did. Lewis and Clark wrote down truthful information about Oklahoma's Ojibway People. According to Clark's Estimate of Eastern Indians, Chippewa's and Pania (Pawnee or Wichita People) lived along Red River including it's source in Texas's Panhandle. Their territory extended from south Texas to Nebraska. They were very much at home in Oklahoma. You are being lied to by historians. Most Indians living in Oklahoma are Ojibway Indians of Oklahoma. It was a long process for Ojibway People from Kansas, to move to northeast Oklahoma where CTJSA is. Ojibway leaders allowed Cherokee people to move to their Oklahoma land. It's not vice-versa. CTJSA is Oklahoma's only area where there are predomiantly Indian settlements. Their settlements are listed below. If you don't know already, than you need to know Delaware, Munsee and Shawnee People are really Ojibway. They are too scared to follow prophecy. They are not as bad as Cree People are. They are also Ojibway yet claim to be Cree. They are so scared of prophecy, they refuse to agree for a Rebirth of an Ojibway Nation.





Date: July 19, 1866
Where or how concluded: Washington, D. C.
Reference: Statutes at Large, Volume XIV, page 799.
Tribe: Cherokee

Description of cession or reservation: U. S. authorized to settle any civilized Indians on unoccupied lands E. of 96 within Cherokee country.

U. S. authorized to settle friendly Indians on unoccupied lands W. of 96.

Cede to U. S. tract of 800,000 acres known as "Neutral land," to be sold in trust for their benefit, being the same conveyed to the Cherokees by the U. S. by the second article of the treaty of 1835, as follows: That tract of land situate between the W. line of the state of Missouri and the Osage reservation, beginning at the SE. corner of the same and run N. along the E. line of the Osage lands 50 miles to the NE. corner thereof; and thence E. to the W. line of the state of Missouri; thence with said line S. 50 miles; thence W. to the place of beginning; estimated to contain 800,000 acres of land; provided, that if any of the lands assigned the Quapaws shall fall within the aforesaid bounds, the same shall be reserved and excepted oat of the lands above granted.

Cede to U. S. strip lying between Osages and S. boundary of Kansas, to be sold in trust for their benefit.

Any lands owned by Cherokees in Arkansas or E. of Mississippi may be sold as their national council shall direct.

Cherokees retain remainder of their country for a future home.

Historical data and remarks: Under this provision the Delaware, Chippewa, Munsee and Shawnee removed from Kansas and merged their tribal existence with that of the Cherokee.

Under this provision reservations have been provided for the Osage, Kansa, Pawnee, Oto and Missouri, Ponka, and the Nez Perces, as will appear on Indian Territory map No. 3.

See act of Feb. 28, 1877.

No lands were owned by the Cherokee in these localities at this date.





Chippewa Reservation of Oklahoma

There are 56 cities, towns, and CDP's or Census Designated Places in Adair, Cherokee, Delaware, Mayes, Muskogee, Sequoyah, and Wagoner Counties, with most being CDP's. All are predominantly Indian or about half Indian. Regarding CDP's, you must keep in mind most CDP's cover a large area of land and are not real cities or towns. In 2000, Shawnee Ojibway's separated from Cherokee Nation of Olahoma. In 2009, Delaware Ojibway's also separated from Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Today, this so called Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, claims it will not allow Munsee Ojibway's and Swan Creek and Black River Ojibway's, to separate from Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. It don't matter. Ojibway People are too scared to follow prophecy. Below is a list of Indian settlements including CDP's, within this Ojibway Indians of Oklahoma large Reservation.



Hoot Owl - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 4. Cherokee 100%. Town. It covers 0.1 sq. mi.

Bull Hollow - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 67. Cherokee 82.1%. CDP. It covers 5.4 sq. mi.

Cherry Tree - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 883. Cherokee 76.2%. Mixed 5.3%. Mexican 7.5%. CDP. It covers 30.8 sq. mi.

Oaks - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 288. Cherokee 77.4%. Mixed 3.8%. Mexican 2.4%. Town. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Old Eucha - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 52. Cherokee 69.2%. Mixed 19.2%. CDP. It covers 3.1 sq. mi.

Chewey - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 135. Cherokee 68.9%. Mixed 4.4%. Mexican 0.7%. CDP. It covers 21.7 sq. mi.

Flute Springs - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 130. Cherokee 68.5%. Mixed 1.5%. Mexican 5.4%. CDP. It covers 3.1 sq. mi.

Kenwood - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 1,224. Cherokee 63.2%. Mixed 7.3%. Mexican 1.3%. Unincorporated. It covers. 45.0 sq. mi.

Mulberry - Adair County: 2010 population 138. Cherokee 62.3%. Mixed 9.4%. Mexican 7.2%. CDP. It covers 0.93 sq. mi.

Bell - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 535. Cherokee 58%. Mixed 6%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 22.2 sq. mi.

Rocky Mountain - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 420. Cherokee 58.3%. Mixed 7.4%. Mexican 0.7%. CDP. It covers 12.9 sq. mi.

Zion - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 41. Cherokee 58.5%. Mixed 9.8%. CDP. It covers 1.7 sq. mi.

Sycamore - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 177. Cherokee 57%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 4.1 sq. mi.

Greasy - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 372. Cherokee 55.9%. Mixed 7.0%. Mexican 1.3%. CDP. It covers 20.5 sq. mi.

Wauhillau, Oklahoma - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 345. Cherokee 55.1%. Mixed 13.6%. Mexican 2.9%. CDP. It covers 7.93 sq. mi.

Marble City- Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 263. Cherokee 54.4%. Mixed 6.8%. Mexican 0.8%. Town. It covers 0.4 sq. mi.

Maryetta - Adair County: 2000 populaton is 106. Cherokee 54%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 1.8 sq. mi.

Grandview - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 394. Cherokee 52.3%. Mixed 6.3%. Mexican 9.4%. CDP. It covers 3.4 sq. mi.

Peavine - Adair County: 2000 populaton is 423. Cherokee 52%. Mixed 4%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 9.4 sq. mi.

Eldon - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 368. Cherokee 51%. Mixed 8%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 8.8 sq. mi.

Kansas - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 802. Cherokee 50%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 1%. Town. It covers 1.5 sq. mi.

Brush Creek - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 35. Cherokee 50%. Mixed 1%. CDP. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Fairfield - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 584. Cherokee 50.3%. Mixed 8.4%. Mexican 9.4%. CDP. It covers 5.0 sq. mi.

Stilwell - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 3,949. Cherokee 49.6%. Mixed 8.6%. Mexican 11.9%. City. It covers 3.2 sq. mi.

Twin Oaks - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 198. Cherokee 47.0%. Mixed 7.1%. Mexican 3.0%. CDP. It covers 2.4 sq. mi.

Hulbert - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 543. Cherokee 46.3%. Mixed 12.7%. Mexican 4.2%. Town. It covers 1.0 sq. mi.

Dripping Springs - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 50. Cherokee 45%. Mixed 7%. CDP. It covers 1.4 sq. mi.

Pinhook Corner - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 171. Cherokee 46.2%. Mixed 9.4%. Mexican 1.8%. CDP. It covers 9.7 sq. mi.

Leach - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 237. Cherokee 44.7%. Mixed 13.5%. Mexican 4.2%. CDP. It covers 6.2 sq. mi.

Salem - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 112. Cherokee 43%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 3.3 sq. mi.

Lyons Switch - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 288. Cherokee 43%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 8.6 sq. mi.

New Eucha - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 405. Cherokee 41%. Mixed 8%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 7.6 sq. mi.

Jay - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 2,448. Cherokee 39.2%. Mixed 9.6%. Mexican 5.1%. City. It covers 3.2 sq. mi.

Park Hill - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 3,909. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 7%. CDP. It covers 34.9 sq. mi.

Steely Hollow - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 206. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 13%. Mexican 4%. CDP. It covers 2.05 sq. mi.

West Peavine - Adair County: 2010 populaton is 218. Cherokee 40%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 7.8 sq. mi.

Marble City Community - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 420. Cherokee 39%. Mixed 13%. Mexican 0.5%. CDP. It covers 11.2 sq. mi.

Tenkiller - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 633. Cherokee 39%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 20.0 sq. mi.

Box - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 224. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 3.3 sq. mi.

Briggs - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 303. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 8%. CDP. It covers 3.9 sq. mi.

Keys - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 565. Cherokee 38%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 4%. CDP. It covers 5.5 sq. mi.

Locust Grove - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 1,423. Cherokee 37%. Mixed 12%. Mexican 7%. Town. It covers 0.9 sq. mi.

Salina - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 1,396. Cherokee 37%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 1%. Town. It covers 1.1 sq. mi.

Belfonte - Sequoyah County: 2010 populaton is 394. Cherokee 36.8%. Mixed 4.1%. Mexican 11.7%. CDP. It covers 7.9 sq. mi.

Peggs - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 813. Cherokee 33%. Mixed 16%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 15.3 sq. mi.

Tahlequah - Cherokee County: 2010 populaton is 15,753. Cherokee 30%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 10%. CDP. It covers 12.5 sq. mi.

Sams Corner - Mayes County: 2010 populaton is 137. Cherokee 36%. Mixed 7%. Mexican 1%. CDP. It covers 1.0 sq. mi.

Vian - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 1,466. Cherokee 33%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 3%. Town. It covers 0.8 sq. mi.

Notchietown - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 373. Cherokee 32%. Mixed 11%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 7.9 sq. mi.

Rocky Ford - Delaware County: 2010 populaton is 61. Cherokee 31.1%. Mixed 14.8%. Mexican 1.6%. CDP. It covers 2.4 sq. mi.

Brushy - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 900. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 10%. Mexican 3%. CDP. It covers 26.1 sq. mi.

Spavinaw - Mayes County: 2010 population is 437. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 4% Town. It covers 0.4 sq. mi.

Wickliffe - Mayes County: 2010 population is 75. Cherokee 31%. Mixed 13%. CDP. It covers 1.2 sq. mi.

Dwight Mission - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 55. Cherokee 30%. Mixed 10%. CDP. It covers 1.8 sq. mi.

Evening Shade - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 359. Cherokee 27%. Mixed 13%. CDP. It covers 14.7 sq. mi.

Blackgum - Sequoyah County: 2010 population is 51. Cherokee 25%. Mixed 21%. Mexican 2%. CDP. It covers 0.2 sq. mi.

Fort Gibson - Muskogee County: 2010 population is 4,154. Cherokee 25%. Mixed 9%. Mexican 6.5%. Town. It covers 14.2 sq. mi.

Sour John - Muskogee County: 2010 population is 60. Cherokee 20%. Mixed 25%. CDP. It covers 5.7 sq. mi.

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