They are few in number. They are scattered. The history they share, more or less, is splintered and disputed. But some Turtle Mountain descendants and admirers of the late-19th century Chippewa Chief Little Shell, who walked away from what he considered an unjust land settlement offered by the United States in 1892, believe they have an identity all their own.
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