The Chippewa Indians Blackfeet Reservation (aka Turtle Mountain Reservation)
This film details the original Blackfeet Reservation which is really an Ojibwa Indians Reservation. It is the real Turtle Mountain Reservation. It was set aside on September 17, 1851 through the 1851 Fort Laramie Treaty and ratified on October 17, 1855 for the Ojibway Indians. Ojibwe Indians don’t realize the original Blackfeet Reservation is their Reservation. They think it is a Blackfeet Indians Reservation but the Blackfeet are really Anishinabe. Below are links to websites and books to help you learn about the Chippewas. The first link is about the Seven Fires Prophecy. The second link is to a pdf book about the 1894 Great Falls sun dance. It’s on page 39. They could not hold the sun dance in Great Falls in June of 1894. The third link is to a website with a list of Algonquin speaking tribes. The Nez Perce are the Amikwa Chippewas. The forth link is to the 1832 Edinburgh Encyclopedia. It has proof the Athabascan People or Dene People, are Algonquin. In fact, it has proof the Cherokee are not Iroquois. They are Floridean. They speak the same language as the Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Seminole. The fifth link is to a website about the Macro-Algonquian Languages which Cherokee is a part of. The following Reservations are a part of the Little Shell Chippewas Blackfeet Reservation. Coeur d’Alene Reservation; Columbia Reservation; Colville Reservation; Coos Reservation; Flathead Reservation; Fort Belknap Reservation; Fort Peck Reservation; Fort Union Military Reservation; Grand Rhonde Reservation; Hoopa-Yurok Reservation; Lemhi Reservation; Rocky Boy Reservation; Round Valley Reservation; Siletz Reservation; Yakima Reservation; and up to 30 California Indian Rancherias.