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Historical geography; Ojibwa Indians


This study traces the movement of the Chippewa Indians from Lake Superior into Minnesota and their organization into the separate bands with which the United States government treated to obtain cessions of land. It will take up the organization of the Red Lake Band as a distinct group, analyze their settlements around the Red Lakes and their uses of the resources of the reservation.

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