The Young Chippewayan Band Genealogy project The Young Chippewayan Indian Reservation is located in Treaty Six Territory, the traditional home of the Nehiyawak or Plains Cree people. In May of 1897, this land (Reserve #107) was taken from the Young Chippewayan Band by the Federal Government to make it available for white settlement. Read more and watch a video about the history and the work that the Young Chippewayan Band, Mennonites, and Lutherans are doing to resolve this outstanding land claim at Laird, SK. This story has been beautifully told through the film Reserve 107.