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This is a single part of what will be, by my classification, about compact tribal histories contact to It is limited to the lower 48 states of the U. This history's content and style are representative. The normal process at this point is to circulate an almost finished product among a peer group for comment and criticism.
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You will find the ego at this end to be of standard size. Thanks for stopping by. I look forward to your comments Their occupation of Wisconsin is very ancient, perhaps thousands of years.
Although they have no memories of mound-building, they may well be descendents of the earlier Mississippian, Hopewell, and Adena cultures.
Their homeland lay between Green Bay and Lake Winnebago in northeast Wisconsin but they dominated the area from Upper Michigan south to present-day Milwaukee extending west to the Mississippi.
Beginning in the s, thousands of Algonquin refugees Winnebago case the Beaver Wars invaded Wisconsin from the east, and the resulting wars and epidemics brought the resident tribes, Winnebago and Menomineeto the point of near extinction. The Winnebago who survived remained near Green Bay but were forced to share their homeland with other tribes.
After the French and Great Lakes Algonquin victory over the Iroquois inmany of the refugee tribes left Wisconsin allowing the Winnebago to reclaim some of their homeland - especially after the near-annihilation of the Fox during the Fox Wars and The Winnebago spread south afterwards along the Wisconsin and Rock Rivers into southern Wisconsin eventually claiming a portion of northwestern Illinois.
American settlement of Wisconsin began afterand the Winnebago rapidly lost territory. By the Winnebago had ceded their Wisconsin land and agreed to move to northeast Iowa. Despite this many Winnebago remained in Wisconsin defying efforts to remove them. During the next 50 years, the the Winnebago were shifted around like a piece of unwanted baggage.
Eight years later, they were moved south to Blue Earth county, Minnesota where they remained until after the Sioux uprising in Although the Winnebago had no part in this, the government deported them to South Dakota and placed with the Nakota Yankton Sioux.
At this point, the Winnebago began to rebel. Many left the reservation and returned to Iowa, Minnesota or Wisconsin. The others fled down the Missouri to the Omaha Reservation in Nebraska.
In the government accepted this and created a separate Winnebago Reservation 40, acres in northeast Nebraska. During their many moves, many Winnebago never left Wisconsin.
In addition, some had managed to stay in northeast Iowa and southern Minnesota when the main group was moved. Raided by the Lakota and pressured to allot their reservation, many Winnebago left Nebraska during the s and 80s and went home to Wisconsin.
The government would send them back, but the Winnebago just kept going, and the government finally gave up and purchased land in Wisconsin for the Winnebago. As a result, there are two separate Winnebago tribes today: Population Estimates of the Winnebago's pre-contact population are usually about 8, but it probably was much higher.
On Nicollet's second visit to the Winnebago inhe estimated they had 5, warriors suggesting a population of 20, This higher figure would explain the pre-contact dominance of the region by the Winnebago. It is also more in line with Winnebago's own tradition which says that, due to over-population, several large groups of their people Otoe, Missouri, and Iowa left shortly before Nicollet's visit.
Whatever their original number, the sudden drop in their population during the next 30 years was one of the most worst experienced by any tribe. When the French returned to Wisconsin inwars and epidemic had reduced the Winnebago to fewer than A Misdemeanor case number shall be assigned when a case is filed in which the most serious charge carries a penalty of less than one year imprisonment.
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