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Satz, Ronald N. / Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters
volume 79, No. 1

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


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Chippewa Treaty Rights
1843     Petition for the Restoration of the Farm & Shop to Chippewa
Falls, September
         12. Enclosed in Alfred Brunson to John D. Doty, September 30, 1843.
Office of
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Roll 388,
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Service.
Chippewas of Lake Superior.
1864     Statement of the Treaties Between the Chippewas and the United States,
from
         1825 to 1864, from the Chippewa Standpoint, as Presented to the
Commissioner
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Division, State
         Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison.
Christian Science Monitor.
1987     "Indian Treaty Rights Under Attack." September 8, pp.
1, 6.
1990     "Legal Uprising Over Indians." January 22, pp. 1, 2.
Citizens of Lake Superior.
1852     Petition to President Millard Fillmore, June 4. Office of Indian
Affairs, Letters
         Received, Chippewa Agency, Microcopy 234, Roll 149, Record Group
75. Wash-
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Citizens of the Pineries.
{1840}   Memorial to Congress, {January 1}. Territorial Papers, Vol. 28,
pp. 105-06.
Clark, James I.
1955     Wisconsin Defies the Fugitive Slave Law: The Case of Sherman M.
Booth. Mad-
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1985     "Testimony." Stenographic Transcript by U. S. District
Court Official Court
         Reporter of the Court Trial of Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake
Superior Chippewa
         Indians et al. vs. State of Wisconsin. Madison, Wis. Vol 3. Third
Day, December
         11. (Photocopy courtesy of attorney Howard Bichler.)
Clifton, James A.
1987     "Wisconsin Death March: Explaining the Extremes in Old Northwest
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Cohen, Felix S.
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1982     Handbook of Federal Indian Law. Ed. Rennard Strickland et al. 1942;
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