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“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Menominee County Wisconsin Historical Markers

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By Melinda Roberts, September 20, 2012
Keshena Falls & The Menominee Marker
Wisconsin (Menominee County), Keshena — Keshena Falls & The MenomineeFrom the Pineries to the Present — Heritage Tourism Area
Of nine million acres of land in Wisconsin originally controlled by the Menominee, they chose the surrounding Keshena Falls as their present reservation. Because sturgeon were so important to the Menominee, so too was the falls. It was here that . . . — Map (db m59802) HM
Wisconsin (Menominee County), Keshena — 69 — Menominee Reservation
When Nicolet in 1634 stepped ashore not far from the present site of Green Bay, the Menominees were living in peace with their neighbors on both sides of the Menominee River, on the present sites of Menominee, Michigan, and Marinette, Wisconsin. . . . — Map (db m13622) HM
Wisconsin (Menominee County), Keshena — 127 — Spirit Rock
One night long ago a Menominee Indian dreamed that Manabush, grandson of Ko-Ko-Mas-Say-Sa-Now (the Earth) and part founder of the Mitawin or Medicine Society, invited him to visit the god. With seven of his friends the Indian called on Manabush who . . . — Map (db m13602) HM

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