Buy the walleye war the struggle for ojibwe spearfishing and treaty rights on amazoncom free shipping on qualified orders. For generations the ojibwe bands of northern wisconsin have spearfished spawning walleyed pike in the springtime the bands reserved hunting fishing and gathering rights on the lands that would become the northern third of wisconsin in treaties signed with the federal government in 1837 1842 and 1854. The wisconsin walleye war became the name for late 20th century events in wisconsin in protest of ojibwe hunting and fishing rights in a 1975 case the tribes challenged state efforts to regulate their hunting and fishing off the reservations based on their rights in the treaties of st peters 1837 and la pointe 1842. The struggle for ojibwe spearfishing and treaty rights larry nesper 245 pages illus map paperback disagreed with the spearfishermen and pursued a policy of negotiation with the state to lease the off reservation treaty rights for fifty million dollars fought with rocks and metaphors the walleye war is the story of a native peoples . In the walleye war the struggle for ojibwe spearfishing and treaty rights nesper 2002 i wrote about that wrenching political process and how that conflict nearly tore the lac du flambeau band
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