The Uto-Aztecan Language Family

These people are obviously partially Anishinabe and non Anishinabe Indian. When the first diaspora occurred around 1,000 years ago, the Anishinabe soldiers (Chippewa's) split up into three groups. One went to the northwest to Alaska then Asia. Another went straight westward. Then the other to the southwest. I will focus on the groups of Anishinabe soldiers and their families who went straight west and southwest. They forced their way all the way to the Pacific Coastline. They also forced their way down into what are now the States of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Other States they brought under their control include California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. They then also forced all of Mexico, Central America, and western South America under their control.

You only need to read the history of the Aztecs to understand exactly what i am writing about. The Aztecs were told by prophecy to settle where they seen an eagle clasping a snake in its claws. However, that could have been corrupted by the whites after they invaded in 1519. This is why! Aztec explorers reached what is now the Mexico city region in the 13th or 14th century, and discovered that a huge lake with several islands in it was there. The native Indians living around Lake Texcoco were building man made islands on the huge lake to grow food on water. Those man made islands are known as chinampas. After the Anishinabe explorers seen the evidence written of in the Seven Fires Prophecy there, in the Lake Texcoco region, they informed their leaders who then ordered their soldiers to force their way in to colonize the Lake Texcoco region. By the mid 15th century they had conquered that region. Following prophecy, they built their capital on one of the islands in Lake Texcoco. It is known as Tenochtitlan. Below is a list of the Anishinabe people and the Indian Tribes they subjugated in the western part of North America and western South America. Most of northern Mexico's Anishinabek likely arrived to northern Mexico in the 19th century. They likely number in the millions in Mexico. In fact, near 10,000,000.

Pipil (they live in El Salvador)

Cora (they live in Mexico)
Huichol (they live in Mexico)
Tubar (they live in Mexico)

Pima Bajo (they live in Mexico)
Tepehuan (they live in Mexico)
Tohono O'odham or Papago (they live in Mexico and Arizona)

Guarijio (they live in northern Mexico)
Mayo (they live in northern Mexico)
Opata (they live in northern Mexico)
Tarahumara (they live in northern Mexico)
Yaqui (they live in northern Mexico and Arizona - they are the most hostile)

Gabrielino (they live in southern California)
Hopi (they live in northeastern Arizona)
Kitanemuk (they live in southern California)
Serrano (they live in southern California)
Tataviam (they live in southern California)
Tabatulabal (they live in southern California)

Cahilla (they live in southern California)
Cupeno (they live in southern California)
Juaneno (they live in southern California)
Luiseno (they live in southern California)

Mono (they live in east central California)
Bannock (they live in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming - they are also known as the northern Paiute)

Chemehuevi (they live in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah or throughout the Western Plateau - they are also known as the southern Paiute)
Kawaiisu (they live in California and probably throughout the Western Plateau - they are also known as the southern Paiute)
Ute (they live in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah or throughout the Western Plateau - they are also known as the southern Paiute)

Comanche (they live in Oklahoma and Texas)
Panamint (they live in California)
Shoshone (they live in Montana, Wyoming and throughout the Western Plateau - they are also known as the Snake Indians)

Incas (they, and the Indian Tribes they subjugated, live in the Amazon, northern, southern, and western South America)