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Ojibway Indians of Wyoming


After the expansion of the Iron Confederation commenced, the Ojibway indians of wyoming ancestors eventually invaded down into northeastern Wyoming, between the Bighorn Mountains and the Black Hills. After the United States defeated the Ojibway Indians of Wyoming, they allowed many of them to settle down on the Shoshoni Wind River Reservation, which was created in 1868. Today, they are the more numerous of the two Indian Nations on the large (nearly 4,000 sq. mi.) Reservation. However, the whites have forced them to lose their Ojibway identity.



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