Patty Loew
Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal
September 17, 2019 Comments.. 458
Indian Nations of Wisconsin Histories of Endurance and Renewal An updated and revised edition of Patty Loew s Indian Nations of Wisconsin is now available ISBN From origin stories to contemporary struggles over treaty rights and sovereignty issues

  • Title: Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal
  • Author: Patty Loew
  • ISBN: 9780870203329
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • An updated and revised edition of Patty Loew s Indian Nations of Wisconsin is now available, ISBN 9780870205033 From origin stories to contemporary struggles over treaty rights and sovereignty issues, Indian Nations of Wisconsin Histories of Endurance and Renewal explores Wisconsin s rich Native tradition Each chapter is a compact tribal history of one of the state s InAn updated and revised edition of Patty Loew s Indian Nations of Wisconsin is now available, ISBN 9780870205033 From origin stories to contemporary struggles over treaty rights and sovereignty issues, Indian Nations of Wisconsin Histories of Endurance and Renewal explores Wisconsin s rich Native tradition Each chapter is a compact tribal history of one of the state s Indian nations Ojibwe, Potawatomi, Oneida, Menominee, Mohican and Brothertown, and Ho Chunk and the book relies on the historical perspectives of Native people Author Patty Loew focuses on oral tradition stories, songs, the recorded words of Indian treaty negotiators, and interviews as well as other untapped Native sources, such as tribal newspapers, to present a distinctly different view of history Elders and tribal historians from each of the twelve Native communities represented in the book participated in the book s development making suggestions, recommending sources, and offering criticism Indian Nations of Wisconsin is illustrated with than seventy photographs.

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    1 Blog on “Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal

    1. Jim Gallen says:

      I must begin with an explanation of my reasons for reading this book. I am not an Indian and my exposure to them has come mostly in Western movies. As a frequent visitor to Wisconsin I am familiar with the Oneida Nation Gate at Lambeau Field and references to their casino on television had kindled a curiosity to know more about the people behind the gate. “The Indian Nations of Wisconsin” reveals the stories and the faces about which I had been curious.Author Patty Loew presents factual hist [...]

    2. Ashley says:

      Not a bad book as far as textbooks go. Each chapter focuses on the general history of a different tribe that either moved to or originated in Wisconsin. Not a difficult reading level but I just couldn't get excited about what I was reading or keep a ton of it straight. Perhaps I'd have retained more if they're been more references to what the other tribes were going though at the time to A) keep them straight and B) develop a clearer timeline for the reader. Nothing personal - I have a habit of [...]

    3. Connie says:

      A well-organized clearly written book (used as a text in K-12 education) that acquaints readers with the Indian nations in Wisconsin. I plan to purchase a personal copy as a reference for travel in the state.

    4. Rose says:

      A great summary of the history of Indian nations in Wisconsin, as well as the forms of resistance and cultural revitalization tribes have taken in more recent years. An excellent guide for both scholars of American Indian studies and those simply interested in American Indian Nations in Wisconsin.

    5. Ed Wyrd says:

      An informative and shocking history of the Native American peoples who lived in Wisconsin and the horrible treatment, subjugation, and deaths they met at the hands of white Europeans and later by the American government and white settlers. Truly eye-opening.

    6. Lindsey says:

      I enjoyed this book (which was a required read for my Native American Literature course). Short, easy to read, and full of information about the Indian tribes in Wisconsin. It provided a nice overview for me.

    7. Donald says:

      As a transplant to Wisconsin, 99 percent of this was new to me. Great overview of the Indian nations in the state and a fascinating read. Highly recommended.

    8. Linda says:

      I have no knowledge of Indian tribes. This gave me an overview and an appreciation for the history of tribes. Should be included in state history classes like those offered at UW-Eau Claire.

    9. SD Mittelsteadt says:

      Wow. We really fucked these people over.n and again and again.

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