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  1. Oct 2019
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    1. heérspeakerthenreplied"Itistree&wedonotwishyoutoleavethecount

      the Ojibwe understand that if the Missionaries leave the area they will most likely die

    2. obligedtobeabsentfromPokegom

      lack of resources caused most of the Ojibwe around Pokegoma to relocate for winter

    3. ostofthemregardworkasdegradingandafitemploymentonlyforwomenandslaves

      according to Hall, most male Ojibwe see labor as a female or slave task

    4. cantruthfullyassertthattheIndiansareaphlegmatic,good-natured,unusuallypatientanddocilerace,whoarecapableofgoodimpulsesandwhointheiroriginalwildcon-dition,whentheyareawayfromtheevilworld,donotliveinawickedanddissolutemanner;theylistentoavisitingpriestwithadesireforknowledge;theygladlyacceptre-ligionandallowthemselvestobeeducatedasgoodandtrueChristians.Ontheotherhand,whereverthepoorIndianshavebeencontaminatedbygrossvicesof.whiteChristians,orhavebeenruinedthroughdrinkandmisledintofalseconcep-tionsofourholyreligionbyitsenemies,theybecomemuchmorestubborntoconversionandciviliz

      Pierz notes that the Ojibwe are shocker actually people,and get corrupted by white vices, like alcohol

    5. hereality‘ofevilwillcomesoonenough,andinthemeantimewemustdowhatwecantosavetheIndians,&preparethemtobeartheapproachingevilwithlessinjuryorsufferin

      it's almost as if he is saying to prepare the Ojibwe for a cultural genocide

    6. Theprejudiceagotherwise.ItisinsistedthatsomesecretmotivefordoingformerwordsconceringourmgMen,2Boys,4YoungWomen,7dnggoodprogress,consideringhichinallcaseshasbeenveryfewdaysintheschool—thenonsentSchoolarestudyingbothOjibue&English.Youngmenmadesomepronciency,r,inthetwonrstprinciplesofspectsforusefulnessaredarkerthanheretoforethey.ainstusasAmericansisincreasingratherthanwearesentherebyGovernment,&thatGovthavegso

      Ely tells Bushnell that favor toward the Whites in Ojibwe country isn't favorable

    1. hereseemstobeamovementonthemindsoftheOjibsssgenerallyinfavourofbeinginstructed

      Ojibwe appear as desiring Christianization

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    1. willnowgiveyouafewitemsofourdomestichistoryforafewmonthspast

      Boutwell's account of encountering the Ojibwe as they fled the Sioux

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    1. mmediateprep—arationsweremadeforwa

      The Ojibwe bands are getting for war to avenge 100 that were killed by Sioux in the past summer

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  3. Sep 2019
    1. ecananleastcomeincgnnaffwithmereIndiananew,nhan'wecouldbeforenheAm.FurCG»compmenoedthefishingbusinesa,whetherwecanexertagreaterinflu—enceonthemornot.ThepapulatianofthisplaceisincreasingbathwhiteandIndia

      there is increased contact between Ojibwe and While settlers

    2. Icanonlysay,thatabout3weekssincetheSiouxfellupontwopartiesofOjibueyontheirreturnhomeironSt.Peter's&‘kill—ed96.

      Sioux attacked the Ojibwe and killed 96 people

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  4. Aug 2019
    1. Thisinter-coursehasbecomesocommon,thatatpresent,aconsiderableshareoftheIndianpepulaticninsomepartsofthecountry,isofmixedbre

      trade brought in frenchmen from Canada, which in turn is creating a mixed population in some parts of the region

    2. Thereisno+doubtthatthetradecarriedonwiththeseIndians,isanadvantagetothem.Indeedtheycouldnotexistwithoutit,intheirpresentmodeoflife,andthescantyresouneswhichthecountryatpresentaffords.

      Ojibwe bands in the area could not survive without trade - according to Mr. Hall and Mr. Boutwell

    3. nacarexpeditionagainsttheirenemies,thewarpipeissent.Thisistheinvitation.Ifit‘ieaccepted,thepartyispledgedtojoinintheexpedition.Thedifferentbandsseldomornevermakewaroneachother.Theyarelesssavageandferociousthanmanyofthetribeswhichhavebeenfoundonourfrontiers.Theyhaveseldombeenknowntocommitoutrageousactsofbarbarityexceptwhenprovokedtoit.Theyseekrevengeformurderbysheddingblood

      ojibwe war rituals involve no in-fighting, and revenge for members of their band's that are killed

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    1. randIslandBand110'ThebandsontheSt‘Groin&initsvicinityPresqueIsle20RestMr9.visitedlastsummer&thereforenneorKineuinEn116didnotmakemneetimateaswepassed.IKntinégen37hepetoobtaintheeinuteenumbersfromhitLaPoint184hereafterasheisunabletorecallthem.FondduLee193RedLakeeMilLaowedidnotvisit.SandyLake280TheseestimatesIthinkcangenerallybeLakeXinipeg108relieduponU.R.0.orGeesLake150RedLake35

      List of the population sizes and locations of different bands of Ojibwe People

    2. iatinguiSEOd.batni§”na§F§hba:fdnght':~,..:#1:?)‘'*bahsrnth~0317u01&.theSiouxatnalatturofwh~mwegrin%le&guaziththePox&.a.TheOjibuosi~am-naéd-waaa-gieiégéenagahawere_ledby"rJohnston'sGrand-Fathei&listihgnished0h1e£?6n_tnquothérp,_-i‘‘;.1‘Van\‘.-r'.LefttheInllsat7A.:.&ascendedasuriemof“§ééigéwhichageaide,wereVictori

      Old Battle between Ojibwe and Sioux/Fox/Saoko(?) - Ojibwe won

    3. reasatLeechLakerequestedthatgiéiixji‘itely:ofthe:U.States)would06nd.someonetofi‘int,.,'44Iw»3L.1,..K.;-v;-..-,.'.‘....'3";‘betweenthem8:thoSiouxe.

      The chief of the Sandy Lake Band requests that the US President send someone to define the lines between the Ojibwe and the Sioux

    4. hisbandisconsideredthelargest&perhapstheoatWerlike1nthewholeOjibuenatio

      this particular band of Ojibwe's is considered the largest and most warlike in the whole Ojibwe Nation (706 + ~100 on an island)

    5. ucalluschildren.isarenotohildrn.bunman

      from here until the bottom of the next page, Boutwell repeats the speech the Chief gave to the tour about their war against the Sioux Main Points: the war is to avenge the death of men, women, and children killed by the Sioux

    6. Lakert’pinc‘a'niteuin,1.6.whereHwykilledus.ItissonamedfromtheSioux'ehereonchemurderingswholefamilyofOjihues

      Lake Topinoniteuin (where they killed us) - a band of Sioux killed an entire Ojibwe family

    7. 301’13:213Inm'a‘olatolearng-jfthéizaef‘indééera'é'erhmny'human)"uKindtothe8101:8:infirm,thoiigh"t‘heipe‘érapage‘s:theirWandermerciesarecrue

      author perceives the Ojibwe as being fair to their sick and elderly, except for a few cases were "their 'tender mercies are cruel'"

    8. thelodgedirectlybefore.‘eeresuspenéledthreehuman.scalpe.Th

      the scalps of the killed Sioux hang in a lodge in the encampment they visit

    9. ioux'acametothetradingpostatPambipén§itn§?etheyaétlpéd.achildafl

      Sioux party came to Pombinau trading post and killed a child - revenge was had by Ojibwe's who killed 4 of the Sioux Party

    10. ‘nanhagJusta:ivedfromLeech.§ake,who1n£ormé~--‘-3_usorthereturnofthqPillagerafromtheirgtarpgxphrsigntuThagimhta'A‘s;-\‘l11.5;gf.“.u-3?V.‘''“‘."45:413‘LawarpartyoftheSioux'aAbothpartiesdennetoaqégeatorgfotedgqth.TheOjibuealostonoman,&killedthreeSionijgitnoéé's¢a1nénéhggf'his.usthat-téhnérty.H,*broughthomerejoici

      man arrives to the party from Leech Lake Pillagers from a war excursion Ojibwe's lost one man, Sioux lost 3 men (their scalps were brought home to celebrate the success)

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