Menominee Indian History on The Chain O' Lakes Waupaca, Wisconsin:
1931 Archeological Survey Book and Map of the Menomini Indian Nation's Villages, Campsites, Mounds, Mound Groups, Effigy Mounds, Trails, Garden Beds, and Corn Hills around the Chain O' Lakes, Waupaca, Wisconsin Area.
The Waupaca Chain O' Lakes Indian History Survey Waupaca, Wisconsin By Charles Edward Brown. Published By The Chain O' Lakes Protective association 1931
Map from the Waupaca Chain O' Lakes Indian History Survey Waupaca, Wisconsin By Charles Edward Brown. Published By The Chain O' Lakes Protective association 1931
Menominee History | Milwaukee Public Museum
Other Indians called them Menominee (also spelled Menomini), derived from manomin -- an Algonkian word for wild rice -- because it is a major food source for the tribe. The Menominee lived around Green Bay when the French explorer Jean Nicolet arrived there in 1634. The French called the Menominee Folles Avoines-- "the wild oats people." Prior ...
Menominee Indian Reservation - Government
Welcome to the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. The Menominee Tribe's history is unique because our origin or creation begins at the mouth of the Menominee River, a mere 60 miles east of our present Menominee Indian Reservation. This is where our five clans: ancestral Bear, Eagle, Wolf, Moose, and Crane were created.