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Click reservations to learn about them. Or use list:

  1. Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
  2. Forest County Potawatomi Indian Community
  3. Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin (formerly Winnebago)
  4. Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin
  5. Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin
  6. Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin
  7. Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin
  8. Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

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9. Sokaogon Chippewa (Mole Lake) Community of Wisconsin
10. St. Croix Chippewa Indians of WI
11. Stockbridge Munsee Community of Wisconsin

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 Wisconsin and for the Michigan Fox   decision.

Chippewa Treaty Rights: History and Management in Minnesota and Wisconsin -- This is treaty rights as pertienent to game laws, hunting and fishing rights. Prepared by Great Lakes Wildlife Intertribal Fishing Commission, an intertribal group of the İreat Lakes states. Fulltext has been placed on the website of Native Americans and the Environment

Wisconsin Treaties -- most of them, some affecting Michigan and Minnesota. Clickable imageMap of treaty areas. Dave Denomie (Bad River, WI Ojibwe) says not finished yet, but quite a lot of work here.Dave found and transcribed all these from books. Very useful and applicable to continuing struggles to achieve these rights in MI, WI and MN.

Midwest Treaty Network focuses on the sruggles of Wisconsin tribes to gain treaty hunting-fishing-gathering rights and to oppose environmentally dangerous mining in the vicinity of several tribes

Lighting the 7th Fire a video made by PBS in 1995 shows the racist opposition to tribal fishing and treaty rights, excellent school resource low-cost high-quality videotape.

Brief background on each WI tribe by Wisconsin State Department of tourism

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

CREDITS: Some information on tribes fronm BIA server; corrected using Veronica Tiller's "American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas,&quyot; 1996.

Last Updated: 2/14/97