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History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and surrounding area

Mae Whetung-Derrick

History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and surrounding area

by Mae Whetung-Derrick

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Published by Curve Lake Indian Band #35 in Curve Lake, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ojibwa Indians,
  • Curve Lake First Nation,
  • Missisauga Indians,
  • Indians of North America,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCurve Lake Indian Band #35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26580550M

    The Ojibwe, Ojibwa, Chippewa, or Saulteaux are an Anishinaabe people of Canada and the northern Midwestern United are one of the most numerous indigenous peoples north of the Rio Canada, they are the second-largest First Nations population, surpassed only by the the United States, they have the fifth-largest population among Native American peoples, surpassed in. The surrounding area was abundant in wild rice, various fish, birds, animals and plants for harvesting; there was everything our people needed to survive. The Mud Lake settlement officially became a reserve in , there were approximately members who settled in Mud Lake Reserve .

    The Three Lakes Area. When the first settlers arrived in this area, the Ojibwe had been living throughout northern Minnesota. The Pillager and the Mississippi bands had homes and villages on or near Cass Lake, Lake Winnibigoshish, and Leech Lake. The area was covered with dense forests of pine, poplar, oak, cedar, maple, birch and spruce.   Ojibwe peoples in Southern Ontario include the Nipissing, who originate from around Lake Nipissing, and the Mississauga, who moved from Manitoulin Island in the 17th century to the region which is now the present-day Greater Toronto area. Language. The Ojibwe language, part of the Algonquian language family, is widely spoken in Canada.

    Whetung Ojibwa Arts and Crafts Gallery, Curve Lake Rd., Curve Lake - The Whetung Ojibwa Arts and Crafts Gallery offers an extensive collection of Indian crafts as well as fine art, sculpture, masks, leather work, clothing, jewelry, music, and books. Open from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., 7 days a week. The Ojibwe who remained in the Madeline Island area became known as the La Pointe Band, which represented over a dozen bands in the south shore of Lake Superior. In , the Commissioner of Indian Affairs arranged a treaty council in an attempt to get the Chippewa Indians to give up their titles to certain pieces of land on Lake Superior.


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History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and surrounding area by Mae Whetung-Derrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and Surrounding Area Paperback – January 1, by Mae Whetung-Derrick (Author)Author: Mae Whetung-Derrick. History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and surrounding area., Toronto Public Library.

Indians of North America--Ontario--Curve Lake Region--History. Ojibwa Indians--History. Ojibwa Indians. History of the Ojibwa of the Curve Lake Reserve and surrounding area. Whetung-Derrick, Mae.Book, 3 volumes. Curve Lake First Nation is a Mississauga Ojibway First Nation located in Peterborough County of Lake First Nation occupies three reserves; Curve Lake First Nat Curve Lake 35A, and Islands in the Trent Waters Indian Reserve last of these reserves is shared with the Hiawatha First Nation and the Scugog First Nation.

Curve Lake First Nation has a registered. The surrounding area was abundant in wild rice, various fish, birds, animals and plants for harvesting; there was everything our people needed to survive.

The Mud Lake settlement officially became a reserve inthere were approximately members who lived in Mud Lake Reserve #35 in the late ’s. The Curve Lake Indian Reserve is part of the beautiful Kawarthas region.

The Reserve has a very rich history from generations of the Whetung family. Over the years, the Whetungs have conducted steamboat cruises on the lakes around their peninsula, traded in furs, guided fishermen, catered banquets and operated a grocery store, postal station and taxi service.

Inwhat is now Michigan, was home to non Ojibway Indians. About 1, to 2, years earlier or about 1, to 2, years from this era, Ojibway leaders followed prophecy which. The area downstairs offers a selection of arctic parkas, Cowichan sweaters, leather garments, souvenir apparel, gloves and various bead accessories.

Adjacent to that is the museum. It features the Whetungs’ private collection, the work of artists and craftspeople from the Curve Lake Reserve and outstanding native craft work from across Canada. History of the Ojibwe The Ojibwe people have a long history within the Midwest, and were here long before whites started pouring in looking for furs in the s.

Their histories date far back to days before anything was recorded, so the long past events come only in the traditional passing down of stories from generation to generation.

Chippewas of Rama First Nation, also known as Chippewas of Mnjikaning and Chippewas of Rama Mnjikaning First Nation, is an Anishinaabe First Nation located in the province of Ontario in name Mnjikaning, or fully vocalized as Minjikaning, refers to the fishing weirs at Atherley Narrows between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching and it means "in/on/at or near the fence".

Welcome to the Curve Lake First Nation website. Our goal is to support the community and share information on services, history, culture, tourism and upcoming events with band members and non-Native visitors.

Search. Services. Consultation. O'Chiese/Sunchild Reserve (it is one Reserve as both are connected) Size: 34, acres (O'Chiese) & 12, acres (Sunchild): Total is 46, acres Population: (O'Chiese) & (Sunchild) Total on-Reserve population is 1, Language: Ojibway Foothills Ojibway Society (non.

The Ojibwa ("oh-jib-wah") are a woodland people of northeastern North America. In the mid-seventeenth century there were approximat Ojibwa on the continent. According to the census, the Ojibwa were the third-largest Native group (with a population.

Drew Hayden Taylor grew up on the Ojibwe Curve Lake First Nations reserve in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. He was an only child, raised solely by his Ojibwe mother Fritzie Taylor. In childhood, Taylor’s mother provided him with any and every book he wanted.

Some of his first favorite authors include Jules Vern, Ray Bradbury and HG Wells. The Curve Lake Pow Wow Every year, the end of the summer here brings with it the annual Curve Lake Pow Wow.

This celebration consists of two days of dancing, contests and presentations, to re-establish old friendships and meet new people, with many vendors and performers in attendance. The Ojibwe occupied the forest country around the North shore of Lake Huron and both shores of Lake Superior.

They were located from Minnesota and Wisconsin to the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota after being pushed out of Canada by the French. Inone of Champlain's men, Etienne Brule, explored Lake Superior and made contact with Ojibwe groups farther to the west.

Many Ojibwe lived near the rapids of the St. Mary's River, and the French began to refer to the Ojibwe there as "Saulteaux," derived from the French word sault, or rapids. InFrench Jesuits first visited the area.

Thirty-three stories that are the brief retelling of legends are all written by the children of the Anishinabe aged five to twelve. The stories are illustrated with twenty-one pictures also done by the children. In addition, ten photographs of the children and of the Curve Lake Reserve add poignancy and authenticity.

Ojibwe oral history tells us that the migration of our ancestors to the Minnesota region beginning in approximately CE resulted from a series of prophecies. In the telling of the story, seven prophets appeared out of the ocean and each told a prophecy of what would happen to the Ojibwe people.

Get directions, maps, and traffic for Curve Lake, ON. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. During their wars with the Iroquois, the Ojibwepushed down both sides of Lake Huron and by controlled most oflower Michigan and southern Ontario. Following the French fur trade westduring the s, they moved beyond Lake Superior and into a war withthe Dakota (Sioux) in.

Ojibwa, also spelled Ojibwe or Ojibway, also called Chippewa, self-name Anishinaabe, Algonquian-speaking North American Indian tribe who lived in what are now Ontario and Manitoba, Can., and Minnesota and North Dakota, U.S., from Lake Huron westward onto the Plains.

Their name for themselves means “original people.” In Canada those Ojibwa who lived west of Lake Winnipeg are .family of tribes. They occupy the area of Lake Superior and the sources of the Mississippi, and as a general fact, they still live in the ways of their ancestors.

Even among these, a change is so rapidly taking place, caused by a close contact with the white race, that .According to oral traditions, the Ojibwe first lived on the Atlantic coast of North America. About years ago, the ancestors of the Mille Lacs Band began migrating west. By the mids, the Ojibwe had established themselves in the region around Mille Lacs Lake in what is today East Central Minnesota.