duluth-1901-guide
Konnie LeMay
8/4/16
Back in 1901, promoters of Duluth, Minnesota, were pointing out where inquisitive tourists could see “Indians.” Amid details on fishing regulations, prominent local industries, imp...
Konnie LeMay
6/28/16
Ending nearly two centuries of separation, the Grand Portage Ojibwe again have ownership of the 13th island in an archipelago...
ICTMN Staff
2/20/16
It’s winter again, which means it’s the time of year that water starts taking on all kinds of rogue forms. This year, as others, it does not disappoint...
Konnie LeMay
11/2/15
The Ojibwe of the broad Lake Superior region don’t need a federal designation to verify to them the cultural, spiritual and historical importance of the Lake Superior island called...
Eric Hansen
8/15/13

Whether you see Lake Superior and other Wisconsin waters as poetry or commodity, proposals for a massive expansion of Tar Sands crude oil shipments on and around the Great Lakes do not make sense....

ICTMN Staff
11/11/12
As Kennecott Eagle Minerals lurches toward completing its plan to begin mining copper and nickel from tribal lands in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula beginning in 2014, the fight...
Konnie LeMay
8/20/12
The mystery of more than 1,450 55-gallon barrels dumped into Lake Superior between 1959 and 1962 by the U.S...
Mary Annette Pember
1/25/12
Opinakii, the place where the wild potatoes grow, lies just south of the Bad River Reservation on land ceded to the United States by the Ojibwe in 1842...