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Water resources of the Lac Du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, 1981-86

W. G. Batten

Water resources of the Lac Du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, 1981-86

by W. G. Batten

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Madison, Wis, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Wisconsin -- Lac du Flambeau Reservation,
  • Water-supply -- Wisconsin -- Lac du Flambeau Reservation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.G. Batten and R.A. Lidwin ; prepared in cooperation with the Lac du Flambeau community.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 94-4025.
    ContributionsLidwin, R. A., Geological Survey (U.S.), Lac du Flambeau (Wis.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17059973M
    OCLC/WorldCa35916667

    Lac du Flambeau is a town in Vilas County, Wisconsin, United States. Lac du Flambeau is situated 1¼ miles southwest of Lac du Flambeau Reservation. Photo: . Valliere is an artist and Ojibwe language and culture educator at Lac du Flambeau Public School on the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation in northern Wisconsin. Valliere’s canoe-building has been filmed by Nick Steeves (x’14), a Communication Arts major interested in film as a .

    Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Contributions: The Story of Manoomin. Manoomin (traditional wild rice) is a sacred spirit food given to the Ojibwe from the Creator. Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. Oneida Nation. Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation's (WisDOT) tribal affairs initiative works exclusively on tribal relations and all transportation related issues affecting tribal communities. The United States government has a unique legal relationship with federally recognized Tribal Governments as set forth in the Constitution, treaties, statutes.

    Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources | S. Webster Street. PO Box | Madison, Wisconsin Call (TTY Access via relay - ) from 7 a.m. - . Flambeau Lake is a acre lake located in Vilas County. It has a maximum depth of 78 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. The lake's water clarity is very clear. Features Boat Landing (1) Fish.


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Water resources of the Lac Du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, 1981-86 by W. G. Batten Download PDF EPUB FB2

WATER RESOURCES OF THE LAC DU FLAMBEAU INDIAN RESERVATION, WISCONSIN, By W.G. Batten and R.A. Lidwin ABSTRACT Unconsolidated glacial sand and gravel deposits provide virtually all water used by residents of the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reser­ vation.

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Water resources of the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, Get this from a library. Water resources of the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, [W G Batten; R A Lidwin; Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of the Lac du Flambeau Reservation in Wisconsin.

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Batten. The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (called Waaswaaganing in Ojibwe) is a federally recognized Ojibwa Native American tribe, with an Indian reservation lying mostly in the Town of Lac du Flambeau in south-western Vilas County, and in the Town of Sherman in south-eastern Iron County in the U.S.

state of Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation. Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians - Water Resources.

Water Resources monitors water quality on the reservation; conducts fish flesh studies, encourages responsible lakeshore development, and manages reservation wetland resources.

- LDF Natural Resources:: Water Resources. Native American Tourism of Wisconsin (NATOW) Native Wisconsin is a website and magazine guide that includes full-color photographs and historical, geographical, and tourist related information about each of the eleven federally recognized American Indian nations and tribal communities in the state of Wisconsin.

The magazine includes information on environmental. Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians: Home - The Band has inhabited the Lac du Flambeau area since when Chief Keeshkemun led the Band to the area.

The Band acquired the name Lac du Flambeau from its gathering practice of harvesting fish at night by torchlight. The name Lac du Flambeau, or Lake of the Torches, refers to this practice and. Map of Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin.

Print Email a friend Facebook Twitter More DESCRIPTION; This map shows railroads, telephone lines, roads, trails, schools, sub-agency, lookout stations, churches, community centers, and school site and farm. General Information. Title: Water resources of the Lac Du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, Author(s): Batten, W.G., and Lidwin, R.G.

Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Water-Resources Investigations Report Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 46° 4' 6" N. The Lac du Flambeau reservation was established by the treaty of Septem The Reservation is 86, acres or square miles.

The Reservation consists of lakes, 17, surface acres of water, 64 miles of creeks, rivers, and streams, 24, acres of wetlands, acres of forested upland. On the bank of Crawling Stone Lake, Ernie St. Germaine shares stories handed down by the Lac Du Flambeau Ojibwe. He tells of the migration from Madeline Island to their present location, describes how the original six clans were given to the people, remembers the volatile spear-fishing controversy, and explains the importance of passing on stories to future generations.

The Wisconsin Walleye War became the name for late 20th-century events in Wisconsin in protest of Ojibwe hunting and fishing rights. In a case, the tribes challenged state efforts to regulate their hunting and fishing off the reservations, based on their rights in the treaties of St.

Peters () and La Pointe (). On Augthe U.S. District Court Judge. During the fall of and spring ofthe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, collected water and bed-sediment samples from four lakes, and water samples from the Trout River, and shallow ground-water monitor wells adjacent to commercial cranberry operations near.

indian community school land and water acknowledgment. Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, Oneida Nation, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Sokaogon Chippewa Community – Mole Lake Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Saint Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin, Stockbridge-Munsee Community.

History [edit | edit source]. The Lac du Flambeau Reservation was established by Treaty of Sept. 30, (x, ), lands selected by Indians, Department order of J and an Act of (xvii. Records [edit | edit source] References [edit | edit source] ↑ "Wisconsin Indian Reservations," Handbook of Indians North of Mexico, by Frederick Webb.

Founded inthe GLWIFC's mission is to assist 13 Ojibwa tribes in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin to better manage their natural resources in off-reservation areas. The Commission comprises five divisions: Biological Services, Enforcement, Planning and Development, Inter-governmental Affairs, and Public Information.

Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin - Tribal Code. Table of Contents Updated: October The tribe makes their code vailable online. The links below will take you to the version of the code on the tribe's website.

Please contact the library for assistance. Table of Contents. Constitution and Bylaws. Tribal Headquarters [edit | edit source]. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council Highway 47 N. P.O. Box 9 Lac du Flambeau, WI Phone:. Lac du Flambeau, WI Resorts and Lodges: Resort directory featuring a complete list of 17 Resorts and Lodges.

Browse property descriptions, reviews, photos, video, rates, number of rooms, amenities, activities and much more.Water resources of the Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Wisconsin, by W.

G. Batten and R. A. Lidwin. Surface-water quality on the prairie band of Potawatomi reservation, Northeastern Kansas, June through Novemberby Thomas Trombley. Wisconsin by James T. Krohelski, William J.

Rose, and Randall.Officially established in the and treaties, Lac du Flambeau has become a thriving community known for its respect for Ojibwe cultural traditions, arts and natural resources.

“Lac du Flambeau” translates to “Lake of Torches” in French. Early French traders were witness to Ojibwe warriors spear fishing by torchlight at night.