A Nation within a Nation: Voices of the Oneidas in Wisconsin
Editors L. Gordon McLester III and Laurence M. Hauptman show how
Wisconsin Oneida leadership has helped to shape history, for Native
Americans, Wisconsin and the United States. A story of survival and of
the Native American quest for recognition of sovereignty, "A Nation
within a Nation" is community history at its best.
Aztalan: Mysteries of an Ancient Indian Town
Aztalan has remained a mystery since the early 19th century when it was
discovered by settlers who came to the Crawfish River, 50 miles west of
Milwaukee. Who were the early indigenous people who inhabited this
place? When did they live here? Why did they disappear? Robert
Birmingham and Lynne Goldstein attempt to unlock some of the mysteries,
providing insights and information about the group of people who first
settled here in 1100 A.D
Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal
From origin stories to contemporary struggles over treaty rights and
sovereignty issues, the best-selling "Indian Nations of Wisconsin:
Histories of Endurance and Renewal" explores Wisconsin's rich Native
tradition. This long-awaited revised edition includes new material
reflecting contemporary historical events and initiatives of the
twenty-first century, covering the economic, social, and environmental
advancements of the Native communities.
Mountain Wolf Woman: A Ho-Chunk Girlhood
With the seasons of the year as a backdrop, author Diane Holliday
describes what life was like for a Ho-Chunk girl who lived in the late
nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Native People of Wisconsin
"Native People of Wisconsin," the fifth text in the New Badger History
series for upper elementary and middle school students, focuses on the
Indian Nations in the state: the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, Ojibwe, Oneida,
Mohican Nation, Stockbridge-Munsee Band, and the Brothertown Indians.
People of the Big Voice: Photographs of Ho-Chunk Families
"People of the Big Voice" tells the visual history of Ho-Chunk families
at the turn of the 20th century and beyond as depicted through the lens
of Black River Falls studio photographer Charles Van Schaick.
Water Panthers, Bears, and Thunderbirds: Exploring Wisconsin's Effigy Mounds
Based on recent archaeological interpretation, this standards-based resource enriches material covered in "Native People of Wisconsin."
Water Panthers, Bears, and Thunderbirds" introduces students to effigy
mound sites in five southern Wisconsin counties, allowing them to graph,
compare, contrast, and analyze the way these mound groups vary from
county to county.
This is a thoroughly updated and expanded edition of Nancy Oestreich
Lurie's seminal work on Native Americans living in the state. Wisconsin
Indians introduces the history of Indian affairs from the founding of
the United States to the beginning of the 21st century.
Coming soon: Bingo Queens of the Oneida and Electa Quinney: Stockbridge Teacher