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Historic Logging Practices on Ojibwe Reservations
Nineteenth century American government policies to assimilate the Ojibwe Nation into mainstream culture included dividing up reservation land into individual tribal member allotments and clearing each one in preparation for farming. Timber sales were conducted by government contracted logging companies closely supervised by the Government Farmer of each reservation as well as the Indian Agent in Ashland. This talk provides a glimpse into the beginning of federal forest management on Ojibwe lands and the changes that have evolved over the past 100 years. By Cindi Stiles

Sep 23, 2020 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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