Tommy Joe Fulton writes:

Ojibway, as was written in the 1881 history, was a paper town that never physically existed, yet I've found two railroad maps at the Library of Congress that show a location for it. One without question shows it and one may be the writer's wishes. Ojibway is cited at least twice in the United States Statutes at Large as being on a U.S. Post Road or the terminus of the same.

For an interesting and thoroughly researched page on the town of Ojibway, please go to the following site authored by Mr. Fulton of the Aitkin County Historical Society and Depot Museum. You will have to click the back button on your browser to return to this site.