Oklahoma State University has digitized the Treaties between the US government and native nations that are contained in Charles Kappler's Indian Treaties: 1778-1883 and they are available online! The Treaties are organized both alphabetically by the name of the nation, and also chronologically by the year they were signed. Follow the above link to see the Treaties organized alphabetically by tribal name.
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Offers researchers the ability to retrieve high-resolution, scanned images of journal issues and pages as they were originally designed, printed, and illustrated. The journals archived in JSTOR span many disciplines.
This is a subscription service that is available to CMN students, staff, & faculty only. You must access this site on campus.
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Badgerlink provides access to journals, magazines, & newspapers for Wisconsin residents.
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Materials related to the Treaty Era, Treaties, and Treaty Rights
Here is a small sample of Library and Special Collections materials that might be useful when researching the Treaty Era, Treaties, and Treaty rights generally. These can be found in the Library stacks, the Native American collection room, and in Special Collections. Visit us in person to find more!
Materials Related to Menominee Treaties
Here are some materials related to Treaties with the Menominee people, though many more exist that are not yet in our card catalog. Come to the Library and take a look at these great resources!!
Materials Related to Treaties with other Wisconsin Tribes
Here are some materials related to the Treaties of other nations in Wisconsin.
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Key to Navigating the Library
When you enter a title into the card catalog to find that material in the Library, you might find some strange letters before or after the card catalog number. Knowing what those letters mean will help make your research go more smoothly...
MEN -- This material can be found in Special Collections areas.
GB -- This material is located at the Green Bay campus.
NA -- This material can be found in the Native American Collection room. This room is on the first floor of the Library past the circulation desk. The double doors are located in between the "I's" and the "J's" of the feature film DVDs.
VIDEO -- This material can be found in the Native American Collection room.
REF -- This material is located in the Reference section, which is at the far end of the first floor of the Library. The Library's house plants sit on top of the Reference section shelves.
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Resource Guide to Special Collections Treaties Sources
The following .PDF is an extensive list of Special Collections resources that relate to the Treaty Era. The materials include number of primary sources, such as letters and diary entries. We have tried to identify to which treaty each resource or primary source relates, where possible.
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