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Excerpts from William Warren's History of the Ojibwe Nation ...
[p372] Of the Ojibway half-breeds, John Baptiste and Michel, sons of Michel Cadotte, Sr., of La Point, were captured or enticed by the British of Isle Drummond, ...
Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival ...
In 1762 the main fur trade post was closed during the continuing struggle between Great Britain and France, and in 1793 Michel Cadotte opened the first ...
Red Cliff, Wisconsin: A History of an Ojibwe Community
Warren told how Jean Baptiste, and Michel Cadotte, Jr., did indeed fight for the British in the war. He says: Of the Ojibway halfbreeds, John Baptiste and Michel, ...
History of the Ojibway People - William Whipple Warren - Google Books
William W. Warren's History of the Ojibway People has long been recognized as a classic source on Ojibwe History and culture. Warren, the son of an Ojibwe...
Holding Our World Together: Ojibwe Women and the Survival of...
A groundbreaking exploration of the remarkable women in Native American communities. Too often ignored or underemphasized in favor of their male warrior...
( Presumably because the land was at the bottom of the lake formed during the last Ice Age. ... Michel Cadotte, who was French-Ojibwe, founded a trading post for the ...
Madeline Island (Moningwanakauning), …
Madeline Island (Moningwanakauning), Homeland of the Ojibwe, Michel Cadotte. Details Parent Category: NFIC Columnists & Contributors Category: Paul DeMain
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Michel Cadotte (1764-1837) (also spelled Michael, Cadott, Cadeau, and other variations) or (Ojibwe: Kechemeshane (or Gichi-miishen in the ...
Madeline Island (Moningwanakauning), Homeland of the Ojibwe, Michel...
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Cadotte: To get to the Ojibwe Indians you have to go forwar... Read more on Genealogy.com!
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Michel Cadotte 1764-1837 (also spelled Michael, Cadott, Cadeau, and other variations) or (Ojibwe: Kechemeshane (or Gichi-miishen in the contemporary ...
How old is Michel Cadotte? Age, Birthday, Facts | HowOld.co
Michel Cadotte (73 years old) (1764-1837) (also spelled Michael Cadott Cadeau and other variations) or (Ojibwe: Kechemeshane (or Gichi-miishen in the ...
Get away to Madeline Island - Wisconsin Trails
A century later, French–Canadian trader Michel Cadotte arrived and married the daughter of the island's Ojibwe leader. When his daughter's Ojibwe name, ...
Michel Cadotte | Encyclopedia
Michel Cadotte. Michel Cadotte 1764-1837 (also spelled Michael, Cadott, Cadeau, and other variations) or (Ojibwe: Kechemeshane (or Gichi-miishen in the ...
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