Du Lac Band

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Fond Du Lac Indian Reservation
... The Fond du Lac Indian Reservation (or Nah-Gah-Chi-Wa-Nong (Nagaajiwanaang in the Double Vowel orthography), meaning "Where the current is blocked" in the Ojibwe language) is an Indian reservation in northern ... It is the land-base for the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa ... Before the establishment of this reservation, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa were located at the head of Lake Superior, closer to the mouth of the St ...
Lake Superior Chippewa - Today
... Today the bands are politically independent and are federally recognized as independent tribes with their own governments ... Many bands include "Lake Superior Chippewa" in their official tribal names (Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, etc.) Historical bands and ... Croix Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (historical) descendants are Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe St ...
Treaty Of Fond Du Lac - 1826 Treaty of Fond Du Lac - Signatories
... Croix Band Peezhickee Bizhiki (Buffalo) 06 St ... Croix Band No-den Noodin (Wind) 07 St ... Croix Band Na-gwun-a-bee Negwanebi ("Tallest" feather) 08 St ...
Treaty Of La Pointe - 1844 Isle Royale Agreement
... Grand Portage Band was excluded from the 1842 treaty because they were mistakenly though of as being exterior of the United States as the news of signing of the Webster-Ashburton ... The Grand Portage Band was utilizing the resources on Isle Royale as they thought Isle Royale, like themselves, were in British Territory ... After boundary clarification showing Grand Portage Band and Isle Royale were both within the United States, Grand Portage Band signed the Isle Royale Agreement as a treaty adhesion ...

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