ImageMap - Better use Netscape 2.0+

Click numbered reservations to learn about them. Or use list:

  1. Keweenaw Bay (L'Anse)
  2. Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa
  3. Bay Mills
  4. Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Michigan
  5. Hannahville Indian Community -- Potawatomi
  6. Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
  7. Saginaw Chippewa -- Isabella Reservation
  8. Pokagon Band of Potawotami

    Scroll for tribe/rez on page that will come up for links & info
8. Little Traverse Bay Band of Otawa Indians -- Odawa tribe
9. Little River Band of Otawa Indians
10. Huron Potawatami Reservation, Nottawaseppi Huron Band

Brief History of Anishinaabe people -- Unwritten as yet. present substitute: Ohiyesa's (Charles A. Eastman) early 20th-century profile of Hole in the Day.

Notes: (1) The imagemap and tribes list will both bring up a listing of BIA-federally-ecognized Michigan tribes. If further info -- websites -- has been gound about them, those links will be below the tribe name. Clicking on the tribename will bring up contact info (provided by the BIA). (2) Anishinaabe history links-to the one attached to MNREZMAP, which only contains a link-to Charles (Ohiyesa) A. Eastman's bio of Bug-O-Nay-Geeshig. The shared history eventually will be a story of the Great Anishinaabeg Migration.

Native American Fishing Rights -- G. Sanger, fish and wildlife expert, who has served in this capacity for Lac Courte Oreilles in the long Voigt   lawsuit prepared a number of essays, a treaties page (with maps), a history of non-Indian opposition, and a page of Q and A type misconceptions commonly held about treaties by non-Indians. His whole linked pageset was prepared for a course in Ethics for graduate students of Natural Resources Management at the University of Minnesota in 1996. This discussion is pertinent for the history of treaty rights hunting-fishing issues in the Michigan Fox   decision.

    1997 Powwow Calendar Michigan/Great Lakes Nifty animated lightening bolts here -- but no powwows! Weather suggestion: Men, make sure no metal's in your roach headresses. Jingle dancers: use shells instead of tin cones. Should be OK.

    • 1996 photos, 1997 March Powwow announced by Native American Students Association of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. No fear of Dennis's bolts, it's inside.

    Indian Art of the Frontier (Great Lakes area) web exhibit in collaboration with Detroit Institute of Arts that has the artworks

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Text, maps and graphics copyright -- Paula Giese, 1996, 1997 except where elsewhere attributed.

CREDITS: I did maps and all other graphics here. Tribal info comes from the BIA webserver, corrected by Tiller's "American Indian Reservation and Trust Areas," 1996.

Last Updated: 1/23/97