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Event Overview:

This is the 2nd session in the 4 part Ginanda-nisidotaadimin: Understanding American Indian History Series.

Why did Ojibwe leaders of the Grand Portage, Bois Forte, and Fond du Lac Bands agree to cede lands in northeast Minnesota in exchange for smaller reservations in the Treaty of 1854? To understand this question, we will explore the events leading up to the treaty including Treaty of Prairie du Chien (1825) which designated territorial boundaries for tribes in the upper midwest, the Treaty of La Pointe (1837 and 1842), and the Sandy Lake Tragedy, where hundreds of Wisconsin Ojibwe died as a result of the US governments failed attempt at removal. Using Ojibwe language and other sources, we will explore how Ojibwe leaders understood this treaty and the treaties that preceded it.

Additional sessions – Each session is $20 (attend 1 or attend all 4):

Instructor:

Erik Martin Redix (Misko-anang)

Erik Martin Redix (Misko-anang) is Eagle clan from the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation in Wisconsin. He is the Anishinaabe Language Director at Oshki Ogimaag Community School in Grand Portage. He is the author of The Murder of Joe White: Ojibwe Leadership and Colonialism in Wisconsin (Michigan State University Press, 2014).

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Date:
March 16
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm CDT
Cost:
$20.00
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Organizer

Cook County Higher Education
Phone:
218-387-3411
Email:
office@myCCHE.org

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