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Connecting cultures

Map project aims to promote Menominee tribal history

2:28 PM, Aug. 26, 2013
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A research project spanning three decades has merged Menominee Indian culture with today's mapping technology to inform people about Wisconsin's history.

The result is the Menominee Place Names Map, a collaborative project between staff members at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Mike Hoffman, the cultural consultant and adviser to the Menominee Clans Story, a permanent display at the Albertson Learning Resources Center on campus. The display features 36 hand-carved wood figures that represent the tribe's clan system. Hoffman took over his position in 2000 from the ...

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