In the mid 1980s courts reaffirmed the treaty rights of native ojibwe tribes to spear walleye in the lakes of wisconsins ceded territory roughly the northern third of the state nesper 2003 . The walleye war the struggle for ojibwe spearfishing and treaty rights nesper larry isbn 9780803283800 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. The walleye war the struggle for ojibwe spearfishing and treaty rights the ojibwe bands of wisconsin retained hunting fishing and gathering rights in what would become northern wisconsin when they signed treaties with the federal government in 1837 1842 and 1854 when a federal appeals court upheld these rights conflict erupted between the . From the front lines on lakes to tense behind the scenes maneuvering on and off reservations the walleye war tells the riveting story of the spearfishing conflict drawing on the experiences and perspectives of the members of the lac du flambeau reservation and an anthropologist who accompanied them on spearfishing expeditions we learn of the historical roots and cultural significance of spearfishing and off reservation treaty rights and we see why many modern ojibwes and non natives view
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