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Native Peoples of Wisconsin: Educators

Act 31 Resources

Evaluating Materials

Interested in checking the authenticity of a material related to native peoples? Not sure where to start? Use the criterion from the resources below to assist in determining whether your material is right for your students. 

General Resources and Lesson Plans

These sites will bring you general information and lesson plans regarding native peoples of the United States. 

CCC! Streaming Media

Search for terms such as "Native," "Ojibwe", or other specific terms to see a listing of the videos available, though please use your discretion in the authenticity of the information provided (you'll need your email and the main password). There's an example below however you can access via: 

Map of Wisconsin

2014 State of the Tribes

Chair of the Menominee Nation, Laurie Boivin, delivered the 2014 State of the Tribes Address — a tradition that grew out of need, realized by the tribes and by the Wisconsin legislative leadership, to improve communications between our governments.