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This is another message to a non white entity from the future. I have been advertising to build up a membership to the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians and i know something is wrong. I have had people call and request for applications and sent them to them. About four agreed to become members yet they did not cash in. In fact, none of them cashed in. I am offering $10 for them becoming members of the RBTCI. A couple of weeks ago, i received numerous hostile calls. One call was from Melinda Gopher who told me what i was doing was a scam. Melinda and a couple of her relatives, are the Ahontoays Saulteaux Ojibway's. They won't accept new members because of me. Commence to create a vast lake in the time period you live in (a thousand or so years from now or 2017) and fill it with fuel that will burn forever and throw white Indians, anyone linked to my advertising (online and offline) who are a part of a conspiracy against me, owners of those publications i advertise in (online and offline) who are a part of a conspiracy against me, and anyone else including leaders who are either Indian, white or any other race, you know who are a part of a conspiracy to violate my goals, into that Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn forever. They can, however, cooperate (stay out of this) to avoid the Lake of Burning Fire. It's their decision. The future is so advanced we are nothing to them. We are not in control. The future is. I'm advertising in two newspapers now and getting no responses. When advertisers offer free money, they are going to get far more responses than an average ad. I'm not stupid. Someone is intruding. Find them and what era they are from and enforce the law. Be extremely brutal and gruesome with them. We are dealing with Genocide.



I recently sent a Letter For Recognition to the BIA. I was originally going to send a Letter of Intent yet i have read the Seven Fires Prophecy many times. It tells Indians that whites must prove that they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans. They are not doing that. It's important that white leaders respond. They have to prove they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans. I don't expect a response from the BIA. I included a SASE. Below is a copy of my Letter For Recognition. Remember, we have to follow prophecy which means the whites must prove they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans.



FOR LETTER OF RECOGNITION
Representative Samuel Poe of Flathead Mountain Reservation
Attn: Office of Representative Samuel Poe
2010 River Drive North #1
Great Falls, MT 59401



Dear Flathead Mountain Reservation Representative Samuel Poe:
The BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS on behalf of the Government of the United States, is writing to express its intention to resume recognition of the Flathead Mountain Reservation which was originally created with the October 17, 1855 Treaty. After the 1868 Treaty signings were signed to end the war going on at that time, per treaty agreements, leaders from the Chippewa's, Bannack, Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead Tribes including the Kalispel and Spokane, Gros Ventre, Kootenai, Nez Perce and Shoshone, agreed to cede that portion of their Reservation which has the land cession numbers 398 and 565. Per treaty agreements, they were left that portion of their Reservation with has the land area numbers 399 and 574. American leaders refused to honor the 1868 Treaty. However, to promote brotherhood and sisterhood among the worlds races, the Government of the United States has resumed recognition of the Flathead Mountain Reservation which was created for the Chippewa's, Bannack, Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead Tribes including the Kalispel and Spokane, Gros Ventre, Kootenai, Nez Perce and Shoshone, with the 1868 Treaty signings.



Further, the Government of the United States recognizes that the October 17, 1855 Treaty did in fact create Flathead Mountain Reservation (aka Blackfeet Reservation) and that the western boundary of the Flathead Mountain Reservation extends to the Continental Divide which is the Rocky Mountain Trench. There is the matter of determining where the Rocky Mountain Trench is located. Columbia River makes an abrupt turn southeast where Kinbasket Lake is located in British Columbia. Either Columbia River flowing southwest towards the Pacific Ocean is in fact the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench, or that portion of Columbia River that flows southeast from Kinbasket Lake towards Libby, Montana is the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench. During the Stevens Treaties, the Rocky Mountain Trench was obviously considered a boundary by both Indian leaders and white leaders. That issue has not been resolved.



This Letter of Recognition is signed by:

______________________________________________________________________

and submitted to Flathead Mountain Reservation Representative Samuel Poe.

Sincerely,

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Below is a photo of the white Indian Melinda Gopher. She is so stupid she thinks she's going to live again in the future. White leaders from the future are not going to bring back billions of Indians, blacks and other non whites, to live with whites in the future. Indians, blacks and other non whites are our responsibility. What does the Seven Fires Prophecy tell non whites about whites? Don't trust them. They will try and fool you. We know that as fact. The whites are using their media and religions to fool non whites.





I met Melinda's father back in the 1990s. He was very helpful to me. His daughter is a total disgrace. So she thinks what i am doing is a scam? Below is a news artcle from the December 24, 1921 Great Falls Tribune. That's where i intervene or continue on with chief Rocky Boys goals of gaining Federal Recognition with a large Reservation in the Great Falla, Montana region. And Melinda Gopher thinks it's a scam. It's there for everyone to read. Melinda thinks she's going to save the world. What she is doing is proving to Indian Traditionalists that she is, in fact, a white Indian. She is trying to stop me. No one want's to try and stop me prevent the whites from killing off Indians, blacks and other non whites. My intentions are good. I fight terrorism with terrorism.





I've been making news videos and one has really caught the attention of certain people. It's titled "Rosalyn Boyce Murdered by Jeffrey Winter at Wapekeka." It didn't take them certain people long to post comments telling Indians to kill themselves off and worse. It got so bad i stopped people from posting at the youtube video page where "Rosalyn Boyce Murdered by Jeffrey Winter at Wapekeka" is. It's my most successful news video with 335 views which are bogus of course. Find who posted those comments and throw them into the Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn for eternity. Also have your detectives (you already know what happened since you live 100s of years in the future) placed at locations where people call to respond to my ads. If they find those callers to be crooked, throw them into that Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn forever.



Chief Rocky Boy left Blackfeet Reservation in 1913 and relocated to where West Bank Park is in Great Falls. In 1914, he was headquarted here in Great Falls and had 700 or more Indians under his control here in the Great Falls, Montana region. What happened in 1916-1917 was bogus. They changed the name of Fort Assiniboine Indian Reservation to Rocky Boys Reservation. They then reduced the size of Fort Assiniboine Indian Reservation and forced 100s of Ojibway's off the Reservation. In 1901, it was reported in the Kalipsell Bee, that chief Rocky Boy went before Judge McClernan requesting for a passport to sail (navigate) to Idaho. It took me a long time to understand that chief Rocky Boy wanted the passports to sail to South America. Below is an excerpt from that 1901 news article. In 1902, the United States contacted chief Rocky Boy and negotiated with him about stopping the Ojibway migration to South America. Chief Rocky Boy agreed on condition. Many new Ojibway Reservations in Canada and the United States and elsewhere, were granted to chief Rocky Boy afterwards. The RBTCI will send Letters of Intent to those Reservations and Reserves, requesting for Tribal Recognition. If you cooperate, you will avoid that Lake of Burning Fire. Ojibway historians provided historical evidence on what happens to non whites who help the whites and side with the whites.





Shuswap Indians


They are really Anishinabe. White historians are concealing the truth for a reason. Of course, that reason is the Seven Fires Prophecy. Ojibwa People need only to investigate the life of the leader Jacques Cardinal. Chief Jacques Cardinal lived near or at what is now Jasper National Park. He was born in 1767. We know he had several daughters including Kookoo Cardinal. She married chief Old Bone. In Ojibwa, the word for bone is Okanese. They had a son they named Okanese. He was born sometime around 1806 or after. He was also known as Michel Cardinal. Remember that. Chief Okanese (aka chief Michel Cardinal) may have been the son of chief Jacques Cardinal. Chief Okanese (aka chief Michel Cardinal) had a son named Keeseekoowenin who was reportedly born in 1818. That indicates they either don't know of the past or they do and are concealing it. What is very suspicious about chief old bone or chief Okanese (aka chief Michel Cardinal), is his children. Among them were chief Baptiste Bone (dob 1836), chief Cowessess or chief Kiwisance (dob between 1811 and 1863), chief George Bone (dob 1856), chief Keeseekoowenin (dob 1818), chief Mekis (dob between 1811 and 1863), chief Red Pheasant (dob between 1811 and 1863), chief Wuttunee (dob between 1811 and 1863), and chief Jean Baptiste Lolo St. Paul (dob 1798). You can obvously tell something is wrong. Chief Paul who was born in 1798, was the son of chief Okanese who was born in 1806. Historians, for some reason, seem to suspect that chief Jean Baptiste St. Paul was chief Okanese son. So historians are covering something up about both chief Paul and chief Okanese. Chief Paul had 7 sons. They may have been chief Baptiste Bone (dob 1836), chief Cowessess or chief Kiwisance (dob between 1811 and 1863), chief George Bone (dob 1856), chief Keeseekoowenin (dob 1818), chief Mekis (dob between 1811 and 1863), chief Red Pheasant (dob between 1811 and 1863), and chief Wuttunee (dob between 1811 and 1863). Other important Ojibwa leaders a part of the Okanese family included chiefs Keeseekoose, O'Soup and Yellowhead. We have to exclude chief Okanese or Michel Cardinal. We have no choice. Why? He was younger than chief Paul who historians are obviously trying to avoid. They don't want you knowing about the Ojibwa's of British Columbia.



Chief Paul

Historians suspect that Jean Baptiste St. Paul, either adopted the name St. Paul from being infatuated with the early Christian leader, or it was a baptismal name. Paul was probably a baptismal name. Chief Paul was related to the Paul's of Montana. His ancestors came from Quebec. His father, who was supposedly Jacques Cardinal, either migrated to the Alberta and British Columbia region, to expand his trade, or possibly for another reason. He became a trader for HBC and also an interpreter. He became well liked by the white invaders who used him. Chief Paul is one of the more famous Shuswap leaders yet he was insignificant. He was significant to the HBC traders because they trusted him and needed his person to spread the bogus religion of Christianity. Chief Paul did a lot of traveling for HBC yet he settled down permenantly where Kamloops, British Columbia is. Supposedly, he did not participate in the wars the Shuswap Ojibwa's fought against the whites in British Columbia. Many Shuswap Ojibwa's resented chief Paul for breaking Ojibwa law. Ojibwa law forbid converting to Christianity. White leaders negotiated with chief Paul about land cessions and the creation of Reserves in British Columbia. Kamloops Reserve was chief Paul's homeland or Reserve. Below is a list of the seven divisions of the Shuswap:



North Thompson Division including the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation, Foothills Ojibway Society, Nakcowinewak Nation and Kinbasket Shuswap

Fraser River Division including one group of Chilcotin

Lake Division

Canyon Division including the Chilcotin and a group of Dakelh

Shuswap Lake Division

Bonaparte Division

Kamloops Division

In Alberta, Shuswap Ojibwa territory extends as far as Grand Cache, near Grand Prairie, Fox Creek, Hinton, Edson, Lodgepole, Buck Lake (Paul Reserve) and Ricinus which is where the non status Ojibwa People of Alberta live. Clearwater River where it merges with North Saskatchewan River near Rocky Mountain House and Clearwater Rivers source, is the southern boundary. Wapiti River where it merges with Smoky River and Wapiti Rivers source, is the northern boundary. There are several parcels of land belonging to the Alexander and Alexis Reserves within the territory of the non status Foothills Ojibway Society. They are Alexander 134A, Alexis Whitecourt 232 (it's the eastern most northern boundary), Alexis Elk River 233 and Alexis Cardinal 234. Buck Lake is the eastern most boundary on the south. O'Chiese Cemetery 203A is 8 miles north of Clearwater River. The O'Chiese Ojibwa's have family ties to the non status Ojibwa's who they were once affiliated with. Below is a map of the non status Foothills Ojibway Society Territory. They are a part of the North Thompson Division.



Map of the Foothills Ojibway Society Territory



The Aseniwuche Winewak Nation (they are possibly troublemakers), Foothills Ojibway Society, Nakcowinewak Nation and Smallboys Camp (they are suspicious) are non status or don't have Reserves. Thus, their land yet belongs to them. We will refer to the entire region as the Foothills Ojibway Society. Both Foothills Ojibway Society and Nakcowinewak Nation, use Hinton, Alberta as homebase. To the south of the Foothills Ojibway Society and Nakcowinewak Nation, are the O'Chiese Ojibwa's. They are located about 120 miles east of Kinbasket Lake. Though both O'Chiese and Sunchild recently adhered to Treaty 6 in the 1940s and 1950s, they have the largest population of any of the Shuswap Ojibwa communities.



To the north, are the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation. They use Grand Cache as their homebase. Further north in northeastern British Columbia, are the Saulteau Ojibwa's of Moberly Lake. So on the north and northeast and east, the Shuswap Ojibwa's are neighbors of the Saulteau Ojibwa's and the Foothills Ojibway Society, Nakcowinewak Nation, and the O'Chiese Ojibwa's. According to historians, the Canyon Division disappeared. They included the Chilcotin Mouth Band, North Canyon Band, Riske Creek Band, and the South Canyon Band. They did not disappear. After the Fraser Canyon War, they hid out in the northern part of the canyon. They eventually moved out of the canyon and were granted many Reserves where the Chilcotin live. The Chilcotin are the Canyon Division Shuswap. The North Thompson Division rightfully includes the Kootenai. One of their leaders was chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket.



Population

White historians have written that the Shuswap population was only a few thousand before the whites invaded. That is incorrect. There may have been a few thousand Shuswap Ojibwa's living in the narrow mountain valleys before the whites invaded. However, throughout the Chilcotin Plateau was where most of the Shuswap People lived. Though the Chilcotin Plateau was higher in elevation than the narrow mountain valleys, the plateau had an abundance of wildlife including bear, deer, moose and other wildlife. Many large and small lakes were also within the plateau. Before the whites invaded, the Shuswap population throughout the Chilcotin Plateau was probably in the 100,000s. Shuswap villages were probably located adjacent to or near the many small and large lakes within the plateau which was covered by a forest. It reminded the Ojibwa's about their woodland territory east of the Rocky Mountains. Fish were important to the Shuswap People who lived in the narrow mountain valleys. Their population, however, was much lower. The whites decimated the Indian population before invading. From a population of 200,000 to 300,000, the Shuswap population declined to 20,000 to 30,000 by the late 19th century. About nine out of every ten Indians were killed by disease. Many of the survivors hid out in the canyons to avoid the white invaders.



Territory

Shuswap Territory extended from the north where Babine Lake, Eutsuk Lake, Francois Lake, Nechako Reservoir, Stuart Lake and Williston Lake are. It extends south to where the Shuswap communities of Pavilion, Bonaparte, Skeetchestn, Kamloops and Neskonlith are. In general, most of their territory is a somewhat flat land with rolling hills every now and then. They prefered flat land over narrow mountain valley land. As a result of much greater numbers of wildlife throughout the plateau, it allowed their population to be large. It also made them powerful. Their territory includes the territory of the Chilcotin who are really Shuswap. Smaller tribes also lived within their territory. However, they were subjugated by the Shuswap. On the far west, the Shuswap Territory extends to Bella Coola which is 60 miles west of the Anahim Lake Shuswap. They had a line of villages that extended from Bella Coola to where Stuie is. Their population between Bella Coola and Stuie, was very large in 1860. That is why the English used Bute Inlet to invade Shuswap Territory. Bella Bella was also a Shuswap village. On the islands off the west coast of British Columbia, the Shuswap are known as the Wakashan.



(1858) Fraser Canyon War

In 1858, the greedy whites invaded what is now British Columbia. After learning gold had been discovered, 1,000s of whites invaded. They didn't need an army. They had superior weapons. Most of the Shuswap Ojibwa soldiers had bows and arrows with a few old one shot musket guns. The whites had the revolver which could fire off 6 bullets quickly. Most of the Shuswap Ojibwa's did not want war. However, those who chose to fight knew from prophecy they had to fight in order to survive. Large numbers of whites commenced to invade Fraser Canyon near where Yale, British Columbia is. Shuswap leaders quickly responded by attacking them. In response, the white invaders organized to launch assaults. Very little information about the Fraser Canyon War exists. Historians have estimated the casualties to have been a few dozen to a few hundred to a few thousand. Most were Indian. The revolver was superior and killed many of the Indians. In response to the white invasion and end to the Fraser Canyon War, the more hostile Shuswap fled to the northern part of Fraser Canyon. Historians generally include the Shuswap as being enlisted to fight in the war but did not actually fight. That is incorrect. They were the main Indians who fought the war. In the narrow mountain valleys of southwestern British Columbia, the Indian population was much smaller. Those tribes were inclined to stay out of the war. After the war, the white invaders established settlements where Vancouver is or southwestern British Columbia. They next sought to visit the homeland of the Shuswap. They used Bute Inlet to invade. It is not known what Shuswap Indian leader led the war against the white invaders during the Fraser Canyon War. White historians tend to write that the Indian leaders always sought peace. However, Ojibwa leaders knew from prophecy, they had to fight to survive.



(1864) Chilcotin War

Remember, the Seven Fires Prophecy, warns you the whites will try and fool you. Chilcotin People are really the Canyon Shuswap Division. Their district extended from Fraser Canyon to the coast and north to what is now Nechako Reservoir. They were the principle Shuswap Ojibwa soldiers who fought both the Fraser Canyon War and the Chilcotin War. About 4 years after the Fraser Canyon War, the greedy whites conspired to expand further into the territory of the Shuswap. Bute Inlet was the only location in southern British Columbia (north of Vancouver) that allowed invaders to sneak in to invade the interior of British Columbia. The inlet that leads to Bella Coola, was the obvious choice to invade the Shuswap land. However, a very large Indian population lived there. That led to the whites, conspiring to use Bute Inlet to sneak in to invade the land of the Chilcotin Shuswap. Alfred Waddington commenced a campaign in 1862, to build a wagon road from Bute Inlet to Fort Alexandria. Bute Inlet was near the western most extension of Shuswap Territory. The inlet adjacent to Bella Coola, was the Shuswaps westerly most land. Chilcotin-Bella Coola Highway, leads from the interior of British Columbia, to the community of Bella Coola. Although they planned to build a road from Bute Inlet to Fort Alexandria, they never did. They, the whites, all along, wanted to build a road from Bella Coola, to the interior of British Columbia.



Waddington promoted the wagon road and Shuswap leaders knew about it. Greedy Waddington was greedy for the goldfields at Barkerville which is 50 miles northeast of Fort Alexandria. His goal was to extend the wagon road from Fort Alexandria to Barkerville. In 1863, he received approval to invade and build the wagon road. During that time, the greedy whites were taking full advantage of their superior weapons. Their real goal was to bring British Columbia under white control. Construction on the road had been going on for some time before the April 29, 1864 incident which killed a white who refused to supply food. It was an excuse for Shuswap Ojibwa leaders to war upon the invaders. The incident happened at the mouth of Homathko River or where the Homathko River meets Bute Inlet. During the next day, the Shuswap soldiers attacked a white camp, killing several of the whites. During the first two days of the Chilcotin War, around 19 whites were killed. Indian casualties were obviously higher. On May 15, 1864, a force of 29 white soldiers reached Bute Inlet but were driven off. Another force of 50 white soldiers, snuck their way into Homathko River Valley and fought a losing battle. They retreated.



Another force of 40 white soldiers invaded again after the battle at Homathko River Valley. They tried another approach. They wanted to negotiate. Shuswap leaders agreed but were knifed in the back. Chiefs Klattassine, Tallot and 6 other Shuswap leaders agreed to negotiate but were arrested after reaching the location for the negotiations. Chief Alexis and one of chief Klattassine's slaves, turned traitors. Five of the Shuswap Ojibwa leaders were executed. Casualties of the Chilcotin War are not correctly known. They estimate as many as 19 whites were killed. Indian casualties were much higher. Bute Inlet and the immediate region to the north, was where most of the fighting happened. The Tatlayoko Lake and Choelquoit lake region, was important to Shuswap leaders. They also used North Fraser Canyon during the confilct to avoid the white invaders.



Chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket of Montana


Historians are quite interested in Kinbasket. They always mention a "Migration" when writing about these Shuswaps. Read the Seven Fires Prophecy. A great granddaughter of Kinbasket, wrote a book in which she told of her great, great grandfather, chief Yelheelna or Yeheelna, leading the Shuswaps on a migration. Her great, great grandfather, supposedly led the Shuswaps to their Columbia Valley location around 1819 or close to the same time as Young Ignace migrated to the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. Historians claimed that migration happened between 1812 and 1828. They also wrote that Young Ignace was an Iroquois. They are liars. What you don't know, is the Bitterroot Valley extends from Conner, Montana, to Missoula, Montana, then through Highway 93 which leads to Evaro, Montana then to Arlee, Montana. It continues following the narrow mountain valley to Ravalli, Montana then to St. Ignatius, Montana where the Bitterroot Valley is at it's greatest width. It, the Bitterroot Valley, reaches Flathead Lake then Flathead Valley which is really Bitterroot Valley. It then leads up to Roosville, British Columbia where chief Rocky Boys Tobacco Plains Reserve is. Bitterroot Valley follows Lake Koocanusa north to chief Rocky Boys St. Mary's Reserve. It then goes on to Wasa, Ta Ta Creek, Skookumchuck, Canal Flats, Fairmont Hot Springs, Columbia Indian Reserve then to the Shuswap Reserve just northeast of Invermere. From there, Bitterroot Valley extends north to Kinbasket Lake. Bitterroot Valley is more properly known as the Rocky Mountain Trench which is the real main divide or continental divide of the Rocky Mountains.



As you now know, chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket was a part of the Paul clan. Young Ignace was possibly the son of Old Ignace. These Ojibwa's were infatuated with Christianity. Old Ignace was so infatuated with the bogus Christianity religion, he along with two of his sons, journeyed to St. Louis to find a Jesuit priest to convert his subjects to the bogus Christianity religion. He broke Ojibwa law. They were told a priest would be sent to them. Old Ignace became impatient and along with 4 others, journey to St. Louis again to request for a priest. Ojibwa leaders became enraged and had them killed. In 1839, Young Ignace, who was a complete fool, journeyed to St. Louis to request for a priest. Instead of returning back to Montana, he stayed in St. Louis. Young Ignace accompanied Father De Smet to Montana in 1840. Thus, the whites commenced to invade Montana.



Young Ignace took the baptismal name Paul. Or his father did. His son, chief Aeneas Paul, became the leader of the Dayton Creek Kootenai. His name, Aeneas which is pronounced as Enas, is a mispronunciation of Ignace. In the book written by the great granddaughter of chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket, she wrote his name as Paulneass. Of course, the neass is the mispronunciation of Ignatius. We presume that neass is pronounced as "e-ni-as." They are covering it up. She really meant to write Ignatius as Enas. Chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket is a Paul who was related to the Paul's of Montana. His name should be written this way. Chief Ignatius Paul.



St. Ignatius

Yes, it's very funny! Read both very carefully! Ignace and Ignatius. There is a city on the Flathead Reservation named St. Ignatius and it was obviously named after chief Paul Ignace. During the 1850s, chief Aeneas Paul the Younger became an important leader among the Ojibwa's of western Montana. At the time, large numbers of Ojibwa's from the Great Lakes region were migrating to the Montana region and further westwards. Chief Aeneas Paul was instrumental in helping them find new land to live on. One group of these Great Lakes Ojibwa's led by chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket, were given permission to move up to southeastern British Columbia and from there they moved towards the west and north. Some settled near what is now the Lillooet region of British Columbia. Others merged with the Shuswap Ojibwa's near the Kinbasket Lake region.



Although the Shuswap will not accept this information, they must research this information very carefully. Either chief Paul Ignatius Kinbasket was in fact chief Ignace Paul the Younger, or both were related in some way. Possibly brothers or cousins. Anishinabe people must include the Shuswap as being Anishinabe and also the Kootenai and Wakasan. All evidence points to Jean Baptiste St. Paul or chief Paul. We know he was Ojibwa and was an Ojibwa leader of a certain high rank. His capital was located at Kamloops. Below are the Shuswap Ojibwa's who originally had their homebase at what is now Jasper, Alberta.



North Thompson Division (Alberta) - between Grand Cache and Rocky Mountain House

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Population is 4,000 or higher

Language is Anishinabe-Nakoda



North Thompson Division (Foothills Ojibway Society of Alberta) - between Grand Cache and Nordegg

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Population is 2,000 or higher

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North Thompson Division (O'Chiese/Sunchild of Alberta) - near the city of Rocky Mountain House

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Population (2016) is 1,670 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe



North Thompson Division (Big Horn Stony Ojibwa Reserve of Alberta) - near the city of Nordegg

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Population (2016) is 134 on Reserve

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North Thompson Division (Shuswap Indian Band of British Columbia) - near the city of Invermere

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Population (2016) is 85 Indians on Reserve - most of total Reserve population of 295 are non Indian

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



North Thompson Division (Simpcw North Thompson Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Barriere

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Population (2016) is 216 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



North Thompson Division (Whispering Pines/Clinton Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Clinton

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Population (2016) is 52 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Lake Division (Canim Lake Shuswap of British Columbia) - near 100 Mile House

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Population (2016) is 421 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (Alexandria Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - near Alexandria

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Population (2016) is 51 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (Soda Creek/Deep Creek Shuswap of British Columbia) - near Soda Creek

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Population (2016) is 141 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (Williams Lake Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Williams Lake

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Population (2016) is 235 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (Esk'etemc or Alkali Lake Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Alkali Lake

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Population (2016) is 398 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (Stswecem'c Xgat'tem or Canoe Creek/Dog Creek Shuswap of British Columbia) - near 100 Mile House

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Population (2016) is 252 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Fraser River Division (High Bar Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Clinton

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Population (2016) is 1 on Reserve

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Fraser River Division (Ts'kw'aylaxw or Pavilion Shuswap of British Columbia) - including land south of the city of Lillooet

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Population (2016) is 198 on Reserve

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Canyon Division (Toosey Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

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Population (2016) is 145 on Reserve

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Canyon Division (Tl'etinqox or Anahim's Flat Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

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Population (2016) is 539 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Alexis Creek or Red Stone Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

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Population (2016) is 328 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Yunesit'in or Stone Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Stone Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 239 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Xeni Gwet'in or Lohbiee Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Lohbiee Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 200 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Xeni Gwet'in or Chilco Lake Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia - same as above) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Chilco Lake Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 200 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Ulkatcho including Anahim Lake Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Ulkatcho Chilcotin Google Earth

Anahim Lake Chilcotin Google Earth

North Anahim Lake Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 640 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Bella Coola Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Bella Coola Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 897 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Canyon Division (Bella Bella Chilcotin Shuswap of British Columbia) - between the cities of Riske Creek and Bella Bella

Bella Bella Chilcotin Google Earth

Population (2016) is 1,133 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Bonaparte Division (Bonaparte Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Cache Creek

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Population (2016) is 149 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Bonaparte Division (Skeetchestn Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the Savona

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Population (2016) is 222 on Reserve

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Kamloops Division or the Shuswap capital (Kamloops Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Kamloops

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Population is 2,540 according to the 2011 census - 550 (2016) Indians live on Reserve - most of the 2,540 are non Indians

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Shuswap Lake Division (Adams Lake who are the Hustalen, Sahhaltkum, Squaam and Switsemalph 6 & 7 Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Chase

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Population was 480 according to the 2011 census - 365 (2016) Indians live on Reserve - non Indians account for 90 of the population of 480

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Shuswap Lake Division (Quaaout or Little Shuswap Indian Band of British Columbia) - near the city of Chase

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Little Shuswap Google Earth

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Population was 355 in 2011 - 196 (2016 census) Indians live on Reserve - 125 of the 355 are non Indian

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Shuswap Lake Division (Neskonlith Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the cities of Chase and Salmon Arm

Neskonlith Google Earth

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Population was 325 in 2011 - 265 (2016 census) Indians live on Reserve - 50 of the 325 are non Indian

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan



Shuswap Lake Division (Splatsin or Spallumcheen Shuswap of British Columbia) - near the city of Enderby

Enderby Google Earth

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Population was 455 in 2011 - 325 (2016 census) Indians live on Reserve - 135 of the 455 are non Indian

Language is Anishinabe-Wakashan

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