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Main Title Chippewa treaty rights : the reserved rights of Wisconsin's Chippewa Indians in historical perspective /
Author Satz, Ronald N.,
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Apfelbeck, Laura
Strickland, Rennard,
Publisher Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters,
Year Published 1991
OCLC Number 24506937
Subjects Ojibwa Indians--Treaties ; Ojibwa Indians--Government relations ; Ojibwa Indians--Civil rights ; Ojibwa Indians--Wisconsin--History ; Indians, Treatment of--Wisconsin ; Natural resources--Law and legislation--Wisconsin ; Geschichte ; Recht ; Rechtsstellung ; Ojibwa (volk) ; Rechtspositie ; Verdragen ; Ojibwa (Indiens) ; Indiens--Am erique du Nord ; Indiens--Amérique du Nord
Additional Subjects Wisconsin--Department of Natural Resources
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ELAM  E99.C6S28 1991 Region 5 Library/Chicago,IL 09/13/2022
Collation xix, 251 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Notes
Other assistance from Jason Tetzloff, Anthony Gulig, Timothy Spindler, Tracy Hemmy, and Laura Evert. Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-251). Appendices include treaties of 1837 to 1854, and 1991 court decisions relating to them (pages 129-207).
Contents Notes
"The purpose of this book is to present an overview of the history of Chippewa-United States relations leading to the treaties of 1837, 1842, and 1854 and to examine the consequences of those agreements for Chippewa and for non-Indian residents of Wisconsin and for the State of Wisconsin"--Page xv. Early Chippewa-U.S. relations -- The 1837 pine tree treaty -- The 1842 copper treaty -- The removal order and the Wisconsin death march -- Reservations replace removal -- The curtailment of treaty rights -- The continuing pursuit of justice -- The White backlash and beyond -- Conclusion: An agenda for the future -- Appendices: Journal of the 1837 proceedings ; Treaty of July 29, 1837 ; Robert Stuart's report of October 28, 1842 ; Robert Stuart's remarks of November 19, 1842 ; Robert Stuart's 1844 report on the 1842 proceedings ; Treaty of October 4, 1842 ; Henry C. Gilbert's explanation of the 1854 treaty ; Treaty of September 30, 1854 ; Final judgment of Judge Barbara Crabb, March 19, 1991 ; Chippewa acceptance of Judge Barbara Crabb's final judgment, May 20, 1991 ; State of Wisconsin's acceptance of Judge Barbara Crabb's final judgment, May 20, 1991.