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A collection of noteworthy Michigan Indians, both historical and current. Suggestions welcome. Under construction. The war party traveled by canoe to fight American soldiers throughout the Great Lakes.

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Michigan Tribal Search Engine. Olson Library of Northern Michigan University developed this custom Google search engine that searches the Internet domains of the 12 federally-acknowledged tribes in the state of Michigan.

American Mosaic : American Indian Experience provides a brief timeline of important events in the history of Indians in Michigan. Note: subscription required for access or a visit to library that is a subscriber.

If you have a chance consider visiting the Michigan's First People exhibits at the Michigan Historical Museum our state museum in Lansing, Michigan which has a of exhibits about the history of American Indians in Michigan.

Sanilac Petroglyphs via YouTube. More than years before Columbus arrived, a group of historic people known as the Hopewells came to West Michigan. They built large, earthen mounds along the river to bury their dead with pottery, tools, jewelry and other items. At one time, as many as 35 to 40 mounds were on this site. Today, 13 survive, making them perhaps the best preserved Hopewell mounds in North America and earning them the deation of a National Historic Landmark.

Owned and protected by the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

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Michigan's Mysterious Indian Mounds. Article by Vivian M. Baulch, The Detroit NewsJune 6, Gillman, Henry.

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Council of Three Fires. Originally one people, or a collection of closely related bands, the ethnic identities of Ojibwa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi developed after the Anishinaabe reached Michilimackinac on their journey westward from the Atlantic coast. Though the Three Fires had several meeting places, Michilimackinac became the preferred meeting place due to its central location. From this place, the Council met for military and political purposes.

Native american studies research guide: michigan notable indians

Cleland, Michigan State University. M6 C54 An overview for elementary school children. Another overview for elementary school children. Native American History In Michigan.

Native american studies research guide: michigan's american indian heritage

An overview for children provided by the University of Michigan. Detroit, Mich. Primitive man in Michigan. University of Michigan, Available in print from the Library of Michigan or online via the HathiTurst. Native Americans in the Great Lakes Region. Includes Map of Tribal Locations in Indians In the Great Lakes Region. Michigan Native Trails, Native American Culture in Michigan. Native American History, Art, and Culture.

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Native American Lifeways. Pow Wows in Michigan. Clair Shores, Mich.

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Reference 1 Center E M6 E58 : This work contains articles about tribes and biographies of famous Indians -- although the coverage focuses more on the Northern Woodlands of the United States than just Michigan. Daily Life articles are included to fully understand the history and culture of the American Indians.

Also includes a lengthy section on history and treaty commitments. But among the memories of drills and deprivation, graduates also tell unexpected stories of sanctuary and shelter. Casino Gambling. Chippewa Ojibway, Anishinaabe, Ojibwa. Controversies and Cases : the Indigenous Peoples of Michigan.

Gun Lake Tribe Historical Orientation. Gun Lake Tribe History Video. A report by Anthony G. Gulig, Ph. History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan.

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From Native American Nations web site. History of the Saginaw Valley Indians Courtesy of the Bay Journal. Courtesy of the Kalamazoo Public Library. The Indian Tribes of North America. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin Michigan Odawa History Project.

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These materials will, of course, include information about other tribes as well. Part of TurtleTalk. Morality vs.

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Relates the story of how Burt Lake Indians were driven from their land on Burt Lake and their attempts since then to receive federal recognition. Michigan Historical Review Spring Native American Fishing Rights in Michigan.

Native American History in Michigan. Written for school children by the University of Michigan. When Indians and Europeans first met on the North American continent they brought distinct and very different world views to the encounter. Over several centuries the Indian communities of North America and the European immigrants who settled on this continent shared very mixed experiences that ranged from war to negotiation.

This web focuses on the negotiations that have occurred between Euro-Americans and three Native American communities, the Chippewa, Odawa, and Potawatomi. This web site explores the treaties that effect the people, Indian and Euro-American, who live in Michigan, and offers six case studies to explain how treaties ed between and had relevance in the past and continue to have importance today. Cochran and Frank Boles. Pleasant, MI. Native Americans in Grand Rapids.

Native Americans in Michigan.

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A site dedicated to those with Native American heritage and providing an online portal to documents for researching your family lines. Maintained by Patricia Wazny-Hamp.

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Native Americans In Michigan Databases. Randall J. Schaetzl of Michigan State University.

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Native Americans of the Clinton River Watershed. Includes bibliography. Odawa Indians History. Ojibwa entry from New World Encyclopedia.

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Ojibwe History Chippewa in U. Potawatomi entry from New World Encyclopedia. Aube na bing : a pictorial history of Michigan Indians. Blackbird's song : Andrew J.