Grand Nakomas Mah Je Gwoz Since Marguerite "Clear Sky Woman" Machequayaince Ahdik Songab Okicheta, Yegowaneh 'Country Mother'

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Grand Nakomas Mah Je Gwoz Since Marguerite "Clear Sky Woman" Machequayaince Ahdik Songab Okicheta, Yegowaneh 'Country Mother'

Also Known As: "possibly Wiyaka Wanzi (One Feather) Itazipcho (Without Bows; Sans Arc -in French) of the Lakota Nation", "Magic Girl", "Bad Girl", "Mr. Grant's Girl", "Techomegood Assiniboine", "Utiniwasis", "Martha Clear Sky", "Clearsky Woman", "Mach-e", "Mahji", "Maggie", "Mahji Quayzan..."
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Death: 1864 (85-93)
Kaposia, Minnesota
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Daughter of Ojibwaince Waabojiig "White Fisher" Saulteaux / Ojibwe and Weonona Oginiiwaatigkwe "Rose" Clair Ahdicksongab
Wife of Cuthbert James Grant; Charles Chartier; Chief Pewanankum Okichita; Peter Grant, Lagrand and John Charles Joseph Bottineau
Mother of Josephte 'Marie Margaret' Grant; Josephte Wells; Marie Perreault dit Morin; Cuthbert Grant II; Marie-Suzette Falcon and 10 others
Sister of Chief Red Bear I Waabojiig
Half sister of Wahpehda Wáȟpe šá II, Wazhazha Mdewakanton Dakota Chief; Mary Etoukasah-wee Lapoint; Mary Hapastina Ironshield Wabasha and White Hawk . .

Bloodline: Jigonhsasee Bloodline
Country Mother: Mother of Nations
Managed by: Erin Spiceland
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About Grand Nakomas Mah Je Gwoz Since Marguerite "Clear Sky Woman" Machequayaince Ahdik Songab Okicheta, Yegowaneh 'Country Mother'

Jikohnsaseh LINEAL descendant, last bloodline descendant of Sky Women. Matriarchal Oginiiwaatigkwe Bloodline of Iroquois descent, claimed by Pembina Chippewa Indian Tribe

She was the Grand Nakomas "Great Grandmother" of the Dakota Pte Oyate of Kaposia, MN. The daughter of Red Leaf Wapasha of the Powhatan bloodline linked to the Anishinaabeg/Ojibway Mamongazida Family (Reindeer Clan) of Chequamegon Bay and died in Kaposia, MN. Her mother Weonona, daughter of Brule’ Red Cloud family and raised by father Red Leaf. The Red Leaf family always stood with the Red Cloud family. Sacred bundles were children that helped unify her trade network. She was married to many men, Polyandry, the marriage of one woman to more than one man at the same time was found among many of the tribes to establish trade networks. This practice was often not recognized by Europeans, including many ethnographers, as it seemed so alien to them. Her family was extensive, she put her trust in the Metis traders and the full-blood punished her descendants after her death and the dissolution of the extensive trading empire she ran. At the turn of the 19th Century she was the most wealthy and powerful native american in the United States with more influence in the territory of Minnesota than any non-native women. In 1810 over 60% of all Dakota were related directly to her bloodline, following her children "Charles Chartier & Antoine Chartier" being abducted she was renamed during mourning, The Grand Nakomas, Pembina Mother of Nations.

Reindeer Clan Pembina principle matriarchal leadership bloodlines follow through sister of Red Bear I, Mother of Nations and lineal descendant of Jikohnsaseh, the Dakota Grand Nakomas Mah Je Gwoz Since Marguerite "Clear Sky" of the "Oginiiwaatigkwe Haudensonaunee Bloodline", Kaposia, Minnesota. Daughter of Clair Ahdicksongab "Oginiiwaatigkwe Mamaangĕzide Bloodline", herself granddaughter of Mamaangĕzide "Big Foot" O'Jibway and Chief White Rabbit, Pte Oyate Lakȟóta, and the daughter of Wakute Wazican Wáȟpe šá I, Wazhazha Mdewakanton Dakota Chief. Her step-father was Chief Isna-la-wica Red Cloud Maȟpíya Lúta, Ruler of Lakȟóta and Waabojiig, Last Ruler of the O'Jibway Dynasty of her grandfathers Reindeer Clan, Lake of the Woods. Integrated with Metis-lines as masters of the trade network relocating from Kaposia, Minnesota before dissolving at the 1864 Old Crossing Treaty. Bloodline claimed by Pembina O'Jiibway Reindeer Clan Family. Clan Mothers held ownership of all land decisions and were the leader of the Ojibwe culture.

Dakota family tribute, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians" Siipiising, which is Anishinaabe (Chippewa) for "creek that sings with life-giving water", North Dakota; Kaposia, Minnesota [https://soundcloud.com/soundwavemaiden/mah-je-gwoz-ance]

NOTE: Marguerite SON GABO KI CHE TA, of the AH dik do daun (Raindeer) Clan of the Red Lake Chippewas (Sister of Chief Red Bear)

Margaret was Lake-of-the-Woods Ojibwe. Her Indian name was Mah Je GwozSince or Son Gabo Ki Che Ta, which meant Margaret Clearing Sky or ClearSky Woman. Margaret's mother was Ojibwe and her father was a captured Sioux warrior. Margaret was the christian name given her, probably when she was baptized just before she married Charles, as was the custom. The marriage may have been validated or legalized at St. Boniface in 1820 after the arrival of the missionaries. She lived to an advanced age and died at her son Pierre's home in Osseo, the respected matriarch of a very extended family.

WFT Volume 3 Book 5382 Margaret's siblings were Pewanejet (m), Omanikay (f), Ahdickonss (m),LeBroche (m), Aceguemanche (m), Miskomakwa (old Red Bear the first), Oct2, 1863 treaty Red Lake Ojibawa tribe of the Pembanaus.

Among those who signed the Old Crossing Treaty of 1863 were Margaret'sbrother Mis-co-muk-quoh, Red Bear, Chief of Pembina, her son-in-law Joseph Montreuil Warrior of Pembina, and her son Pierre Bottineau.

Jay Menard has a copy of the application of Laura Bottineau Gray to the Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs where she asks foran allotment of land on any Indian reservation or on ceded Chippewa land sect dated 1932. In this document where she has to prove her Indian blood,she starts with her grandmother Margarette Ahdik Songab, was first married to a full-blood Indian named Pewanakum, (Okitchita), by whom she had three childern, to-wit: Isabella (Mijigisi), Aysaobinais, and Kee-whi-tah-bin-ace. Margarette married Charles Bottineau for her third husband, on the marriage/children list it states Marguerite Son gabo kiche ta, of the Ah dik do daun (Raindeer) Clan of the Red Lake Chippewas.( Sister of Chief Red Bear).She was abandoned and sold to Charles Chartier before being rescued by Pewanakum and finally remarrying Charles Bottineau. Her desire was one Pembina Nation unified by the Mother of Nations.

1776 : Birth - Warroad, Roseau, Minnesota, United States 1790 : Marriage (with Cuthbert Grant) - Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, Canada 1792 : Marriage (with Charles Joseph Bottineau) 1792 : Marriage (with X Pewanakum) - Red River Valley on border of Minn., US & Canada 1794 : Marriage (with Peter Grant) 1797 : Marriage (with Charles Joseph Bottineau) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 1801 : Marriage (with Peter Grant) - Pembina, Dakota Territory, USA 1806 : Marriage (with Charles Chartier) 1812 : Marriage (with X Pewanakum) - Saint-Boniface, Quebec, Canada about 1813 : Marriage (with Charles Joseph Bottineau) - 1655153, 1654520, Quebec, Canada 1820 : Marriage (with X Pewanakum) - St Boniface, Quebec, Canada (Bet. 1812–1815) : Death - Ruperts Land, Red River, Manitoba, Canada May 1864 : Death - Ruperts Land, Red River, Manitoba, Canada

Aceguemanche(m), Miskomakwa(old Red Bear the first), 2 Oct 63 trty Red Lake Ojibawa tribe of the Pembanaus

1. Iasbella married Joseph Montreuille, sometimes spelled Montreuil, of which marriage the following children were born, to wit: Joseph Montreuille, Jr., Known as Savage Montreuille; Isabella Montreuille, 2nd: Alexis Montreuille; Jean Baptiste Montreuille, known as Toto; Margarette Montreuille who married John Brunelle; Marie Montreuille, who married Francois Lequier; and Alexandre Montreuille. 2. Ayakobinais, Second child of this marriage, married a full-blood Chippewa by whom he had several sons and daughters. 3. Kee-wih-tah-bin-ace, third child of this marriage, married and had children, names of which are unknown.

Margarette married Charles Bottineau for her third husband, on the marriage/children list it states Marguerite SON GABO KI CHE TA, of the AH dik do daun (Reindeer) Clan of the Red Lake Chippewas ( Sister of Chief Red Bear) Sources [https://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/hbca/biographical/b/bottineau_charles.pdf] [http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/METISGEN/2002-04/1018014757] [http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/METISGEN/2002-02/1014737102]

Was recorded in the Western Cree census with Black Mans Band, incorrect title for Little Crow Band of Kaposia, Minnesota with husband Charles Bottineau with Metis traders Joseph Chartrand. Clearsky was linked to all nations along the trade network and was used heavily to maintain trade routes as Mother of Nations. [https://books.google.com/books?id=2c6kCwAAQBAJ&pg=PT69&lpg=PT69&dq=kito+chikan&source=bl&ots=Zxtnpk9OPY&sig=8E9XQo3JyAp9otN6y_f0ohzh0zc&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiDjsnr54nfAhUEH6wKHYN3BVkQ6AEwAnoECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=kito%20chikan&f=false]

[http://www.mncig.org/tng/getperson.php?personID=I52620&tree=cghsm]

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Grand Nakomas Mah Je Gwoz Since Marguerite "Clear Sky Woman" Machequayaince Ahdik Songab Okicheta, Yegowaneh 'Country Mother''s Timeline

1775
1775
1785
1785
Age 10
Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, Canada
1789
1789
Age 14
Ruperts Land
1790
1790
Age 15
1793
1793
Age 18
Rupert's Land, Canada
1794
1794
Age 19
Fort Tremblante, NWT, Canada
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1795
Age 20
Lake Superior Region