The Struggle for Self-Determination: History of the Menominee Indians since 1854

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Portions of chapters 10–12 have been previously pub-
lished in the following sources: “Historical Overview,”
in “Designing the Economic Future of the Menominee
Peoples,” a report written by Benjamin J. Broome with
LaDonna Harris for Americans for Indian Opportu-
nity, April 1991. “Return to Namä’o Uskíwämît: The
Importance of Sturgeon in Menominee Indian His-
tory,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 79, no. 1 (autumn
1995): 32–48. Reprinted with permission of the Wis-
consin Historical Society. (Also reprinted in Menomi-
nee Tribal News, 12 April 1996, 16–19.) “An Urban Plat-
form for Advocating Justice: Protecting the
Menominee Forest,” in American Indians and the Urban
Experience, ed. Susan Lobo and Kurt Peters, 155–62
(Walnut Creek CA: AltaMira Press, 2001).

Set in Adobe Minion by Bob Reitz. Book designed by
Richard Eckersley. Printed by Thomson-Shore, Inc.

© 2005 by the Board of Regents of the University of
Nebraska. All rights reserved. Manufactured in the
United States of America

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Beck, David, 1956–
The struggle for self-determination: history of the
Menominee Indians since 1854 / David R. M. Beck.
p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN-13: 978-0-8032-1347-0 (hardcover: alk. paper)
ISBN-10: 0-8032-1347-6 (hardcover: alkaline paper)
1. Menominee Indians – History. 2. Menominee
Indians – Treaties. 3. Menominee Indians – Govern-
ment relations. 4. Self-determination, National.
5. United States – Politics and government. 6. Meno-
minee Indian Reservation (Wis.) – History. I. Title
E99.M44B435 2005 977.4004'97313–dc22 2005003444

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