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Centennial history of Menominee County

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Published by Herald power presses in Menominee .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Menominee County (Mich.) -- History.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF572.M5 I4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, 2 p. l., [7]-76 p.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23285392M
    LC Control Number01007032

    Women are dressed like their German-American neighbors, except for the addition of turquoise and silver or beaded jewelry. Jacobs the son grew up on the Menominee and became closely identified with its interests, and was prominent in all enterprises which were started for its advancement. It was supported by subscription. Though Farnsworth was an Indian trader, he was also something more; he had good business capacity, and Brush, who was associated with him, had quite as good. Brown, Vice President; E.

    At any rate, the chance was too good to be lost, and when their terror had approached its climax he made his way to Green Bay and interceded for the chiefs with such good effect that Centennial history of Menominee County book obtained their release. In support of the first claim, however, traditionary lore informs us that in early times, a negro Indian trader, accompanied by a Canadian voyageur in his employment, visited this shore many years before Chappee came here, and that both were killed at a place on the Peshtigo river, several miles above where the village of that name now stands. Chappieu was a French Canadian voyageur, with sufficient education to keep what books were necessary for an Indian trading post, and was apparently the right man for the place. The Natives had no effective defense against the diseases until inoculation shots became widespread. The earliest settlers came from Canada, in batteaux, sailing and poling them up the St. The next morning, parties started out in various directions to bring in the wounded and burned; hospitals were established, and before night nearly all were brought in.

    I called on the gentleman for the ear, but I have not received it yet, although I am entitled to it, according to the offer. The George in the title is my dear brother-in-law George Levenson, husband, father, grandfather, brother, filmmaker, who left us prematurely on his 63rd birthday in The people here concluded to send me to Lansing to procure the passage of an act to organize a county; they raised money for my expenses by contribution, and on New Year's layI started. Saxton, and its name was changed to "Saxton House. It also owns a propeller, the Favorite, commanded by Capt. The Menominee reservation was terminated in


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Centennial history of Menominee County by Eleazer Stillman Ingalls Download PDF Ebook

The Governor Salomon lived in Milwaukee, and his feelings seemed Centennial history of Menominee County book be with the Centennial history of Menominee County book of the bill, for instead of vetoing, and giving the Legislature an opportunity to pass it over his head, he put it in Centennial history of Menominee County book pocket and kept it there, to the great indignation and disgust of its friends.

The company owns 53, acres of land. It had a fully rigged stage house, four dressing rooms, and 1, seats in eight boxes, an orchestra section, mezzanine, and gallery. January 6, December Centennial history of Menominee County book, ; January 5, December 29, ; January 4, September 11, ; January 7, December 29, The Chief, therefore, ordered dams of stones to be built across the river at the rapids, in order to prevent the fish from ascending the river.

The first were Menominees of course, but it is not certainly known whether their opponents belonged to the same tribe or were Chippewas, but the presumption is that they belonged to the latter tribe.

Early explorers commented on the good health of the Menominee people. Underwood sold to Jesse Spalding and Robert Law, of Chicago, inwho fitted it up and ran it at a profit.

Jacobs, Sr. This took about all the furs and deerskins they had with them, and after he had got square with them he refused to trust them any more or to sell them anything for which they could not pay down. Saxton; Prosecuting Attorney, E. All eight trails still exist today. Its boundaries, except a slight alteration, were the same as the Bangs act: Embracing the fractional Townships 35 and 36, Range 24 west; all of Range 25, from the bay shore to Town 41, -inclusive; all of Range 26 and 27 to Town 41, inclusive; all of the towns and fractional towns in Ranges 28, 29, 30, 31, to Town 41, inclusive.

The flat was then a swamp covered with grass with but few buildings on it, and with streets on each side. LC-DIG-pga The traditional Menominee economy was based, in order of importance, on gathering wild rice and other wild plants; cultivating corn maizesquash, beans, and tobacco; and fishing and hunting.

Federal Corporation Chartered under the Act of June 18, It was feet long and included eleven foot spans. Buell, who expended a large amount of money in putting in new machinery and other improvements. Treaty period Americans wanted land. Judge Goodwin has, during all this long period, performed his judicial duties with such impartiality and ability that he has won the approbation and respect of every person in the district or circuit.

The mill is averaging now aboutfeet, running daytimes only. They also established their own police and court systems. The conquerors, foregoing further bloodshed, tore away the obnoxious dams, and returned to their homes, followed up by the unsuspecting sturgeon, which were again caught in peace and plenty.

Hall's mill," or the "Old Water mill. Today some Menominee gather and sell both wild rice and maple syrup. Joseph De Coto came the same year and is still alive.

At first they began peaceably to talk of trade, but soon got noisy and threatening, and it was not long before he became satisfied from their actions that the object of their visit was to rob him of his goods, and probably to lift his scalp.

His widow is still living here and she has always been considered a mother to the white settlers on the river, and many a foot sore and sick traveler or woodsman has been relieved by her care and sympathy, some there are who, without it, would have been long ago in their graves.

Van Schaick. Her house is still standing in Marinette village, and is the first frame house built on the Menominee river. In I the Fred. The Menominee. Stephenson, of Menominee, about the matter, asking them to use their influence for the project, and.

The George in the title is my dear brother-in-law George Levenson, husband, father, grandfather, brother, filmmaker, who left us prematurely on his 63rd birthday in "The Indians" is the title of one chapter in this book.

The History of Menominee Now and Then. Menominee Herald Leader, Scott Fernstrum wrote a chapter in this book, "Menominee Indians and Queen Marinette." History of Saginaw County, Michigan. Chicago, IL: Chas. C. Chapman, Includes three chapters on Indians and treaties. The history of a new country can reach back but a few years.

The unwritten history, if known, would possess a greater interest than the written, and could the distant past unfold its record we would read a page of history beside which the times within the knowledge of man would seem tame and commonplace. It is so with Menominee County.

MENOMINEE COUNTY Pg The history of Menominee County is full of recollections of the past. The Indian and pioneer history of this division of the State contains much interesting and instructive history, while the history of our own times is a complete review of all that modern enterprise may accomplish, even when battling with the wilderness.Departments» Tourism Menominee Cultural Museum Culture/History Menominee Cultural Museum Historical Markers and Sites Pdf Big Smokey Falls Rafting Shotgun Eddy's Rafting Area Chambers of Commerce Shawano County Chamber of Commerce Langlade County Chamber of Commerce.

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