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Satz, Ronald N. / Chippewa treaty rights [special issue]
volume 79, No. 1 (1991)

Bibliography and sources cited,   pp. 209-251 ff. PDF (9.6 MB)

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Bibliography and Sources Cited
Every effort has been made to provide as much information as possible for
each citation
listed below. References to articles from the Collection of Chippewa Hunting
and Fishing
Rights Newspaper Clippings in the Government Publications Department at the
Library of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are cited as UW-Eau Claire
for brevity. Page numbers from the clippings are provided when available.
A plus sign (+ )
after a page number means that the article continues on another unnumbered
page in the
clippings file. (These clippings are also available at the State of Wisconsin
Reference Bureau in Madison.) Also for brevity, references to documents contained
in John
Porter Bloom, comp. and ed., The Territorial Papers of the United States,
Vol. 27: The
Territory of Wisconsin: Executive Journal, 1836-1848; Papers, 1836-1839 (Washington,
D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1969) and Vol. 28: The Territory of Wisconsin
(Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service, 1975) are cited,
as Territorial Papers, Vol. 27 and Territorial Papers, Vol. 28.
Ad Hoc Commission on Racism in Wisconsin.
1984     Final Report, Wisconsin's Educational Imperative: Observations and
         mendations-Indian-White Relations. Hayward: Lac Courte Oreilles
Band of Lake
         Superior Chippewa Indians. (Depositories for the report include
the Lac Courte
         Oreilles Ojibwa Community College, the Wisconsin Indian Resource
Council, the
         Governor's Office, and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire School
of Arts
         and Sciences Outreach Office. The report was reprinted in a special
edition of the
         Lac Courte Oreilles Journal in January of 1985.)
Allen, Paula Gunn.
1986     The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions.
         ton: Beacon Press.
Anderson, Kenneth C.
1990     "The Chippewa Treaties-Federal Indian Policy," Vilas-Forest
County Land-
         owner's Newsletter (January-March): 2-8.
Appleton Post-Crescent.
1989     "State-Indian Resources Pact Studied." October 22. UW-Eau
Claire Clippings.
Armstrong, Benjamin G.
1892     Early Life Among the Indians: Reminiscences from the Life of Benj.
G. Armstrong,
         Treaties of 1835, 1837, 1842, and 1854: Habits and Customs of the
Red Men of
         the Forest: Incidents, Biographical Sketches, Battles, &c. Dictated
to and written
         by Thomas P. Wentworth. Ashland, Wis.: Press of A. W. Bowron.
{1892}   "Reminiscences of Life Among the Chippewas," ed. William
Converse Haygood.
         Wisconsin Magazine of History, 55 (Spring 1972): 175-96; 55 (Summer
         287-309; 56 (Autumn 1972): 37-58; 56 (Winter 1972-73): 140-61.

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