Wisconsin’s State-Tribal Relations special committee unanimously voted to advance a bill that would update a 1989 law that requires primary and secondary public schools to teach students about the history, culture and treaty rights of Wisconsin’s Native Americans Tuesday.
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Tecumseh and the War for the Northwest Territory | Opinion
Last week marked the 209th anniversary of the killing in battle of Ohio Shawnee chief Tecumseh, born near Chillicothe in 1768.
Wisconsin Historical Society’s Second Ancient Canoe Discovery From Lake Mendota
The Wisconsin Historical Society (WHS) with help from the Wisconsin’s Native Nations and skilled volunteers, recovered a fragile 3,000 year-old-dugout canoe from Lake Mendota in Madison on September 22nd.
The Tribe of Fond du Lac Rejoices Over Wisconsin Point’s Restoration
“We are honoring the generations of proud Anishinaabe people and their tireless work that has set the stage to make this historic signing possible,” the Ojibwe tribe wrote on Facebook.