Red Cliff, Wisconsin: A History of an Ojibwe Community, (Volume 1), is the story of the first three hundred and more years of the Ojibwe people in the Chequamegon Bay region of western Lake Superior, covering their arrival, the coming of the French, English and Americans, and concluding with 1854 and the advent of the reservation era.41 Drawing largely on the words of William Warren, Danziger, like others before him, felt it was the eastern Ojibwe who joined ... It seems more likely that if this dependency upon British trade goods was as pronounced as writers like Danzigeranbsp;...
|Title||:||Red Cliff, Wisconsin|
|Publisher||:||North Star Press of St. Cloud - 2013-06-01|