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The Chippewa Indians

(1795—1864)

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A Group of Chippewa Indians
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Leech Lake Chippewa delegation to Washington 1899. Source: Minnesota Historical Society; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Leech_Lake_Chippewa_delegation_to_Washington_1899.png
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Source: Ne-bah-quah-om, Ojibwa chief Photographer: Whitney Gallery Photograph Collection, Carte-de-visite, 1865 Minnesota Historical Society http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/faculty/troufs/Buffalo/PB05.html

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General Facts:
Population: Approximately 130,000 in U.S. and 60,000 in Canada 1
Pre-European Religion: Midewiwin, Grand Medicine Society 1
Social Organization: Patrilineal Clans 1
Organization:
Also known as: Anishnabe 2
Also known as: Ojibwe Indians 3
Name: Ojibwe 2
Treaty of Greenville:
1795 3
Treaty of Old Crossing:
1864 3
Allied with the British in the War of 1812:
1812 3
Sandy Lake Tragedy, 400 Chippewa killed:
1850 3
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Location: Manitoba 3
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Location: Ontario 3
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Location: Wisconsin 3
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Location: North Dakota 3
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Location: Montana 3
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Location: Minnesota 3
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Location: Michigan 3

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