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Lake Superior Chippewa

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== History ==
Lake Superior is a special place for the '''Lake Superior Chippewa'''. According to tradition the Chippewa's Chippewas migrated from the east coast to Lake Superior. After reaching the eastern shores of Lake Superior they may have agreed to distribute land among themselves. One branch moved to southern Michigan. They are the [[Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan]]. They are also known as the Sac and Sauk.
Another branch moved west into what is now the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Included among them are the [[Menominee Indians]]. They also colonized northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Either the Chippewa's Chippewas from northern Wisconsin or southern Michigan, are believed to have colonized southern Wisconsin.
Another branch moved to the northern shores of Lake Superior which the Chippewa call Gitchi Gami. They were not as numerous as the Chippewa's Chippewas from the Lower Penisula Peninsula of Michigan, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Their totems were largely non military but that changed after the whites invadedbegan to move into the area. Supposedly It is believed that the [[Cree Indians]] lived north of the Chippewa's Chippewas who lived north of Lake Superior. Hudson Bay Company kept details about the Indians in that region. They claimed indicated that the Cree did not use totems or clans. If that information is correct it means the Cree are not Algonquian. All Algonquians used totems or clans. We do know the Swampy Cree or James Bay Cree and Woodland Cree, used totems or clans. The James Bay Cree are obviously Chippewa.
They did not migrate to the Lake Superior region in the 1500s. Ojibway authors from the 19th century wrote of the Chippewa's Chippewas forcing their way east from the west. George Copway wrote that the Chippewa's Chippewas from the Minnesota region, commenced to colonize colonized the land east of Lake Superior and north of Lake Huron, around 1634 and 1635. They had to fight the Lakota who contested the Chippewa military advance which either means the Lakota lived between the Chippewa's of Minnesota and Chippewa's from Michigan, or the Lakota invaded from the southinto those lands.
William W. Warren wrote that the Chippewa's Chippewas waged a war against the Lakota of Minnesota in the early 17th century. Warren learned the Chippewa's Chippewas counted one generation as being 40 years. Read his book carefully. Either the Chippewa's Chippewas were forcing their way east from North Dakota or even Montana, west to Lake Superior, or an unknown event has been lost which could have provided the details of this Chippewa military advance to the east. Warren also wrote that the Chippewa's Chippewas forced their way to the east from the west.
Of the Chippewa Districts, the '''Lake Superior Chippewa District '''may have been the oldest. On the west was the [[Pembina Band of Chippewa Indians]] District. To their northwest was the [[Saulteaux Indians]] District and to the west of the Pembina Chippewa's District was the [[Little Shell Band of Chippewa Indians, Montana]] District.
'''16th century:'''
First It is believed that the first contact with the whites probably happened in Quebec. It was not a peaceful. Ojibway leaders knew from prophecy that meeting and there was ever increasing resistance to the continuing settlement of whites into lands that had evil intentions. And following prophecy they did let been owned by the whites let it be known native Americans in the intentions of the whites. They quickly realized the intentions of the whites were evilpast. In either the 1530s or 1540s, the Dutch and French established trading posts in Quebec and New York. They were destroyed and the whites forced to leave the area.
'''17th century:'''
Very early in the 17th century Europeans began to settle the white confederation invaded eastern lands of North America. England had overthrown either a non white rule at England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales or a possible other scenario prevented England from invading the America's. By the 1580s, England had been freed from the foe which controlled them. England quickly joined the other white nations who were invading the America's. They were the Dutch, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedes and SwedesEnglish.
They These early settlers formed alliances with non Algonquian Indians and launched a massive military campaign around 1629. From Florida to Quebec, the white confederation and their Indian allies had driven the eastern Chippewa's to near Lake Michigan. However, the Lake Superior Chippewa's Chippewas were reinforced with large numbers of Chippewa soldiers from the west. They eventually drove the whites European settlers and their Indian allies back towards the Atlantic Coast.  By the 1660s, the white nations had agreed to merge with England. Back in Europe, the foe which had controlled England in the 16th century, was probably powerful enough to continue to flex their might in western Europe. The island of England was carefully fortified by the white confederation, who used the island as a military base to continue their invasion to the America's. France controlled southeastern Quebec, while England controlled New England to North Carolina. Spain controlled South Carolina to Florida. The region between Texas and Florida was controlled by each England, France, and Spain.
'''18th century:'''
Wars became more deadly as the 18th century progressed. In the first half of the 18th century, the Chippewa's kept the whites and their Indian allies confined along the coasts. By the 1760s, the whites led by England, European settlers were forcing making their way westwestward. England commenced to build and France constructed trading posts inland from Hudson Bay in 1774. After the Battle of Fallen Timbers, the leaders of the '''Lake Superior Chippewa '''agreed to accept peace and cede land.  '''19th century:'''  In 1811, Thus began the English invaded Indiana which started the War questionable "legal" but rarely "moral" acquisition of 1812. The '''Lake Superior Chippewa '''could not defeat land by the whites. After white settlers and the war they ceded more landUS government. Large numbers This time was a time of '''Lake Superior Chippewa '''followed prophecy increasing turmoil between the white settlers and migrated the native Americans as each was determined to gain or hold on to the northlands previously held. Native Americans, westbeing outnumbered and out-gunned, were eventually defeated and moved (often only by force and southwith little to no thought to their safety or well-being) to reservation lands. Many stayed in their original The reservation land was usually land around that no one else wanted and subsequently the Great Lakes including native Americans suffered, and continue to suffer to this present time. This period of time in New York Stateour American history has left negative memories for the indigent people who were here for centuries before the arrival of the Europeans.
==== Reservations ====
Keweenaw Bay Reservation
Sault Ste. Marie Reservation
Batchewana
Mississauga
Sagamok
Serpent River
Thessalon
Brunswick House
Constance Lake
Aroland
== Additional References to the History of the Tribe ==
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