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

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Numerous people helped me in this project with their generosity, hospitality, criticism, advice, input, and encouragement. I would like to especially thank Patricia Albers, Frank Alegria, Rebecca Alegria, Steve Askenette, Bob and Ellie Beatty, Katy Beck, George and Lucy Bennett, Shirley Burton, Bruce Calder, Cawtackasic (Honorable Louis Hawpetoss), Art and Lucille Chapman, Michael Chapman, Mae Chevalier, Brother Keith Clark, Richmond L. Clow, Ron Corn Jr., Bette Crouse, Mary Danowski, Ada Deer, Tom DeLeon, Verna DeLeon, Bob Dignan, Carol Dodge, Sid Dodge, Tara Dowd, Robert V. Dumont Jr., Phyllis Duran, Charles and Nancy Eddis, Ken “Bum Bum” Fish, Scott Forsyth, Neil Froemming, Roy Froemming, Fran Gamwell, JoAnne Gauthier, Connie Goetz, David J. Grignon (Nahwahquaw), Gloria Hamilton, Alice and Jerry Hammett, LaDonna Harris, Bob and Karen Herz, Peggy Hoge, Grace Sims Holt, Brian C. Hosmer, Terri Johnson, Basil Johnston, Rita Keshena, Sally Kitson, Brian Kuehl, Louis B. Kuppenheimer, Rosalyn LaPier, Roxanne LaRock, Nancy O. Lurie, Harvey Markowitz, David Reed Miller, Glen Miller, Marion Miller, Mavis Neconish, Roger L. Nichols, Jay Oleson, Richard Oshkeshequoam, David Oshkosh Sr., Marshall Pecore, Nicholas C. Peroff, Otto Pikaza, David C. Ranney, Patrick Rick, A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff, Sara Satterthwaite, Leo Schelbert, Kathryn Shanley, Honorable Sarah Skubitz, Faith Smith, Robert J. Smith, Donny Spotted Elk, Terry Straus, Jack Sutters, Michelle Sullivan, Gary and Mary Jo Swanson, Sol Tax, Mark Thiel, Scot and Cathy Thomas, Dewey Thunder, Dustin Tourtillott, Bernard Vigue, Angeline Wall, Cheryl Warrington, Allen Washinawatok, Gwen Washinawatok, Karen Washinawatok, Hilary “Sparky” Waukau, Geoffrey M. White, Kristen Wilhelm, Natalia Wilson, and the students I had the pleasure of working with at NAES College. Joerg Metzner deserves special recognition for the maps he created for this document.

Organizations that provided important help were Americans for Indian Opportunity, the Denver Art Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University, the Marquette University Archives, the Milwaukee Public Museum, the National Anthropological Archives at the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington DC and Chicago, the Newberry Library, Northwestern University Government Publications, the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the University of Montana Native American Studies

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