A non-Sioux nation in the state, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, also said no.
His mother was a full-blooded Chippewa, and his father a half-breed with a French-Canadian name.
It was the very counterpart, in all respects, of the Chippewa storm song.
Just beside Chippewa, a creek some twenty feet wide comes into Niagara River.
Again the thirty yards were allowed; again the Chippewa guns were fired.
I went up through the old Chippewa burying-ground to their head, and sat down on a large stone to look.
When opposite, the Sioux boys fired and the Chippewa in the lead fell dead.
There is a big flat rock on the river up about four miles where the Chippewa and Sioux signed treaties to behave themselves.
When the Chippewa retaliated they would go in the same proportion.
He learned and spoke the Chippewa and Sioux languages fluently.