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Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana Needs Your Help


Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana needs funding to establish offices at Blackfeet Reservation, Crow-Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Flathead Reservation, Fort Belknap Reservation and at Great Falls, Montana where Hill 57 Reservation is located. Our goal is to gain Tribal Recognition at Blackfeet Reservation, Crow-Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Flathead Reservation and Fort Belknap Reservation and Federal Recognition for Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians at Great Falls with Reservation. Your donation will be greatly appreciated. Below is my paypal link where you can donate to this very important cause for survival. If you are interested in becoming a member of Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, you can fill out a form here . In comments box, please include your tribal affiliation. In Montana, members of Blackfeet, Crow-Northern Cheyenne, Flathead, Fort Belknap and Rocky Boys Reservation are automatically members of Rocky Boys Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. However, if you are a member from another tribe (Reservation) your application will be approved if you have proof of membership from your tribe (Reservation).


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San Felipe Indians


White historians are wrong about Pueblo Indians facts including San Felipe Indian Tribe of New Mexico. Truth is, Pueblo Indians Civilization was most advanced known Indian civilization of America. Below is a list of Pueblo Indian Reservations and a map of San Felipe Reservation which includes Cochiti, Jimez, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo and Zia Reservations. All are connected or same Reservation. They are related to Apache's and Navajo's who are an admixture of Anishinabe, other eastern tribes, and Pueblo Indians. These supposed Athabascan people live in southwestern United States and northern Mexico. According to 1832s Edinburgh Encyclopedia, Athabascan People are Algonquian or speak Ojibway. They wrote that they were Lenni Lenape. From a western location, Lenni Lenape or Ojibway's, forced their way east and took control of all land from Missouri River to Atlantic Ocean. They then sent detachments of their soldiers to Hudsons Bay. From there, they were sent to Beaufort Sea where they gave rise to Athabascan Tribes. Ojibway 19th century authors back up that information. They wrote that Ojibway's forced their way east from a western location. So Apache's and Navajo's are in fact Ojibway. They won't accept it because they believe what white historians wrote concerning their history.Below are demographics of this Reservation and all other Pueblo Reservations. Below that, is more historical information about Pueblo History.





Laguna Reservation which includes Acoma, Canoncito and Isleta

Map of Laguna Reservation including Acoma, Canoncito and Isleta (all are same Reservation)

Acoma Pueblo: 595.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 3,011 - Indian 2,906
Canoncito Pueblo: 121.6 sq. mi. - 2010 population 1,649 - Indian ? (2000 census)
Isleta Pueblo: 329.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 3,400 - Indian 3,097
Laguna Pueblo: 781.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 4,043 - Indian 3,849

Total Area: 1,826 sq. mi. or 4,729 sq. km.

Total Population: 12,103

Languages: Keresan, Navajo and Tiwa


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Zia Reservation which includes Cochiti, Jemez, San Felipe, Santa Ana and Santo Domingo

Map of Zia Reservation including Cochiti, Jemez, San Felipe, Santa Ana and Santo Domingo (all are same Reservation)

Cochiti Pueblo: 80 sq. mi. - 2010 population 1,727 - Indian 811 - Mexican 519 - white 455 - black 11 - Asian 6 - Mixed 54
Jemez Pueblo: 138.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 1,815 - Indian 1,789
San Felipe Pueblo: 79.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 3,563 - Indian 2,819 - Mexican 547 - white 425 - black 3 - Asian 9- Mixed 43
Santa Ana Reservation: 101 sq. mi. - 2010 population 621 - Indian 590
Santo Domingo Pueblo: 107.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 3,255 - Indian 3,192
Zia Pueblo 190.0: sq. mi. - 2010 population 737 - Indian 733

Total Area: 695 sq. mi. or 1,800 sq. km.

Total Population: 11,718

Languages: Keresan and Towa




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Santa Clara Reservation including Nambe, Pojoaque, San IIdefonso and Tesuque

Map of Santa Clara Reservation including Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso and Tesuque (all are same Reservation)

Whites have been allowed to settle within all this Reservation. This Reservation has an abudance of farmland. And because of all it's farmland it has a large white population. Indian leaders were either bribed or possibly forced to allow white settlers to settle within this Reservation. Place your detectives at this Reservation to find out how it was settled by whites. If whites forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation, find those whites including white leaders, who forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law. If Indian leaders were bribed, find those Indian leaders of this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law.



Nambe: 80 sq. mi. - 2010 population 1,611 - Indian 477 - Mexican 890 - white 374 - black 8 - Asian 8 - Mixed 134
Pojoaque: 138.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 3,316 - Indian 406 - Mexican 2,302 - white 1,828 - black 26 - Asian 15 - Mixed 161
San Ildefonso: 79.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 1,752 - Indian 440 - Mexican 1,030 - white 478 - black 2 - Asian 1 - Mixed 116
Santa Clara: 79.0 sq. mi. - 2010 population 11,021 - Indian 1,411 - Mexican 8,293 - white 7,596 - black 63 - Asian 91 - Mixed 237
Tesuque: 101 sq. mi. - 2010 population 841 - Indian 346 - Mexican 383 - white 199 - black 1 - Asian 3 - Mixed 13

Total Area: 200.0 sq. mi. or 518.0 sq. km.

Total Population: 18,541

Language: Tewa




Picuris Pueblo Reservation

Map of Picuris Reservation

Whites have been allowed to settle within all this Reservation. This Reservation has an abudance of farmland. And because of all it's farmland it has a large white population. Indian leaders were either bribed or possibly forced to allow white settlers to settle within this Reservation. Place your detectives at this Reservation to find out how it was settled by whites. If whites forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation, find those whites including white leaders, who forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law. If Indian leaders were bribed, find those Indian leaders of this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law.



Picuris Reservation 27.0 sq. mi.

Population is 1,882 (Indians make up 191 of Picuris population)

Language is Tiwa




Sandia Pueblo Reservation

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Covers: 39.0 sq. mi. (probably over 50.0 sq. mi.)

Population: 4,965 (2010 census - Indians make up 638 of Sandia's population - most whites live in Bernalillo which is partially located within this Reservation - Sandia should be included as being a part of Zia Reservation. Sandia Reservation is less than 1 mile from Zia Reservation)

Language is Tiwa




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San Juan Pueblo Ohkay Owingeh Reservation

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San Juan Reservation 26.0 sq. mi.

Population is 5,209 (2010 census - Indians make up 1,420 of San Juan's population. San Juan should be included as being a part of Santa Clara Reservation. San Juan Reservation is less than 1 mile from Santa Clara Reservation.)

Language is Tewa




Taos Pueblo Reservation

Map of Taos Pueblo Reservation

Whites have been allowed to settle within this Reservation. This Reservation has an abudance of farmland and natural beauty. And because of it's farmland and natural beauty, it has a large white population. Indian leaders were either bribed or possibly forced to allow white settlers to settle within this Reservation. Place your detectives at this Reservation to find out how it was settled by whites. If whites forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation, find those whites including white leaders, who forced them to allow white settlers to colonize this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law. If Indian leaders were bribed, find those Indian leaders of this Reservation and prevent them from living again. That is law.



Taos Reservation 156.0 sq. mi.

Population is 4,384 (2010 census - Indians make up 1,193 of Taos population)

Language is Tiwa




Zuni Pueblo Reservation (Arizona and New Mexico)

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Zuni Reservation 654.0 sq. mi.

Population is 7,412

Language is Zuni




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Isleta Del Sur Pueblo Reservation (Texas)

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Isleta Del Sur Reservation 0.2 sq. mi.

Population is 292

Language is Tiwa




Ojibway People have lived out west for an extremely long time. Over a thousand years ago, Ojibway Soldiers subjugated Pueblo Indians in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Texas and possibly Kansas (El Quartelejo) and Oklahoma, as well as Chihuahua and Sonora. They mixed their culture and language with their subjects. They also adopted their civilized way of life. After whites invaded, many Ojibway People eventually left their civilized settlements to live in mountainous terrain. They commenced to war upon Italian or Spanish forces in what is now Arizona, New Mexico and northern Mexico. They were Ojibway Traditionalists who followed prophecy. They repeatedly launched assaults against Italian and Spanish soldiers and any Pueblo Indians who supported them. Of course, those Pueblo Indians who fled to mountainous terrain, are today's Apache's and Navajo's who are really Algonquin Ojibway's.



Pueblo Indians ancestors were discovered by either Italian or Spanish Soldier Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, in 1539. At that time, Spain was under Italian or Repulic of Genoa rule. On August 10, 1680 Ojibway Soldiers who had fled to mountainous terrain, attacked Italian and Spanish military forces throughout Arizona and New Mexico and drove them out. It may have been a part of King Philips war which was fought between 1675 and 1678. Ojibway People were united back in those times. Read Seven Fires Prophecy. Actually Ojibway Soldiers had been warring upon Italian and Spanish Soldiers years before they drove them out in 1680. In 1680, that war intensified and culminated with Ojibway Soldiers driving Italian and Spanish People out. They (Spanish Soldiers) returned in 1692 and brought those Pueblos they once ruled, back under their control except Cochiti, Cieneguilla, Santo Domingo and Jemez. Many Indians from those settlements relocated to where Laguna is and made that lake. In 1698, Ojibway leaders met with Italian and Spanish leaders and reached a compromise in which they allowed them to reestablish Christian churches and return to their old settlements. Whites or Italians and Spanish were not numerous. Not much higher than 2,000 people in all. Italian and Spanish leaders were forbidden to intefere with native religious beliefs. It remained that way with sporadic Ojibway assaults against both Indians and whites if they did not follow agreements.



In 1675, Popay who led a revolt against Spanish rule in 1680, was arrested for practicing witchcraft. He was really arrested for leading resistance against Spanish rule. As a result of intense Ojibway assaults, Popay was released soon after his arrest. He then moved to Taos and commenced plans for expanding assaults against Spanish military forces and their idiotic Indian allies. By 1680, Ojibway Soldiers had defeated and driven Italian and Spanish Soldiers out including their Indian allies. They retreated to El Paso with their Indian allies. In 1699, Laguna Pueblo was established by Ojibways who first created a rather large lake to defend themselves. They supposedly allowed a white Christian priest to supervise construction of Laguna. That is not true. Probably construction of a church but not Laguna Pueblo. Future research must be conducted about King Philips War or Pueblo Revolt of 1680, to determine what actually transpired. White historians are adamant that Italian and Spanish Soldiers returned to some specific pueblos asking that they return to Spanish rule or more realistically, if they could return to their old Italian and Spanish settlements, from El Paso. It don't happen that way. Everyone knows that. As mentioned, a compromise was reached in 1698. Ojibway Soldiers launched sporadic assaults against Italian and Spanish military forces until Americans forced their way to that region. Afterwards, fighting intensified. Fighting lasted until 1890s. A lake once existed within Laguna Territory. Thus, they named themselves Lake People. In their language it's pronounced as Kawaika which means lake. Similar to an Ojibway word for artificial lake or Reservoir which is Za-ga-i-gan. Spanish word for lake is Lago. In Italian it's also Lago. Ojibway word for a natural lake is ga-mi. So we know from Ka-wa-i-ka that that lake was human made. It should be pronounced as Ka-wa-i-kan and not Ka-wa-i-ka.



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