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Catholic Encyclopedia - Menominee Indians|
"Menominee Drums: Tribal Termination and Restoration" by Nicholas Peroff
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"The Menominee Indians: From Treaty to Termination" by Stephen Herzberg, Wisconsin Magazine of History
"Menominee Tribal History Guide: A Study of Three Centuries of Cultural Contact and Change"
"The Menominee Indians: A History" by Patricia Ourada
"The Menominee" by Edward Riccinti
"Treaties between the Indian Tribes of Wisconsin" by George Emory Fay
"A History of the Menominee Indians" by Shelley Oxley
Led by Chief Oshkosh, the Menominee built a successful lumber industry beginning in 1854.
Where was the Menominee land located?
When was the first Indian treaty in Wisconsin signed?
What did the Menominee tribe receive as part of the treaty?
Newspapers on BadgerLink
Wisconsin Historical Society
Search these newspaper databases for additional stories about land treaties between the Indians and the government:
1767: The boundry between Pennsylvania and Maryland, the Mason-Dixon line, is agreed upon.
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