February 14, 2024

The Ojibwe Strike Back: The Michilimackinac Attack of 1763

The Ojibwe Uprising at Michilimackinac in 1763 was more than a rebellion—it was a statement of the Ojibwe people’s resilience and defiance against colonial intrusion. The uprising showcased strategic acumen and courage, etching a deep imprint on North American history. Today, the uprising’s legacy continues to inspire indigenous cultures and shapes our understanding of historical power dynamics.