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Does anyone know where I can view a copy of the Mille Lacs band treaty online?

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I did a 17 page report on it last year, I just got made fun of when I posted the reasons why people shouldn't be upset about Mille lacs' situation. I'll bring it up and post it. Its not just the treaty that we currently follow now, its the previous treaties that need to be taken into consideration.

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Search the internet for "The Treaty of 1837"

The actual treaty doesn't appear to be on the internet anywhere, but much of the facts have been extracted and published.

Would be interesting to view and compare what both sides have listed on their sites.

I also did a report on this topic, but it was nearly 8 years ago now....long before it was as heated as it is now.

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Grabs I beg to differ, I saw the actual treaty on the internet. But for some reason, i can't get it now, and its really making me Mad! I have been looking for an hour. I have my bibliography right here with the government website on it. But its not there. It was in the supreme court Syllabi somewhere if you want to try looking. It is the actual US supreme court ruling and its on the www somewhere. I will find it and i will tell you guys where you can see it.
And I'm still mad at you guys for the criticism I got for the information I gave out last year. Ask me anything

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Bigguns1,
Can you send me a link to your post last year or tell me the title so I can criticize you also? grin.gif

chiro@mlecmn.net

Seriously though, I wanna read it!

[This message has been edited by chiro (edited 12-06-2002).]

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Bigguns1: I read your entire report last year and found an awful lot of good information contained therein. I did not have to agree with everything presented, but it certainly opens up both sides of a really delicate issue. The time and diligence you expended to produce that report definitley deserves high marks, hope that was the case with your instructor. I am not laughing either, just trying to stay informed. I too have my personal opinions of the situation some are synonymous with yours others are not. But that's the nice thing about freedom of speech. It was good read. Bill Turck St Cloud

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Bigguns1: I read your entire report last year and found an awful lot of good information contained therein. I did not have to agree with everything presented, but it certainly opens up both sides of a really delicate issue. The time and diligence you expended to produce that report definitley deserves high marks, hope that was the case with your instructor. I am not laughing either, just trying to stay informed. I too have my personal opinions of the situation some are synonymous with yours others are not. But that's the nice thing about freedom of speech. It was a good read. Bill Turck St Cloud

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If you go to the Perm.org site there is a fair amount of information regarding the issue. I found a copy of the original 1837 treaty listed there. There is also some recommended books dealing with the topic.
I thought I had saved the complete Supreme Court ruling from '99 but have not found it yet. If I do I will try to help pass it on.
Dino

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Guys, don't get me wrong here. I absolutly hate what the tribes are able to do, and completely disagree with their actions. However, PEOPLE NEED TO REALIZE THAT WE AND THE US GOVERNMENT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SITUATION PRESENTED TODAY. You and I can complain all we want, but we were the ones calling the shots and now we're paying for it, by being so ignorant in the past. Remember, I hate it too! And I am picking sides,....ours.

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