“...and the Mille Lacs who have no reservation...” — A History of the Chippewa Indians in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota up to 1934

This book, well documented with archival records, chronologically explains the bungling of the federal government as it attempted to be fair to the Indians while at the same time moving them out of the way of settlement. And it delves into the interaction in the 1800’s between the Sioux and the Chippewa and how that interaction affected Mille Lacs County, MN and still does in 2016. More

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About Clarence Ralph Fitz

Clarence (Clare) Ralph Fitz is a retired veterinarian having practiced in the Minneapolis – St Paul area of Minnesota for 35 years. He was born and raised on a farm in Iowa and graduated from Iowa State University in 1962. Following retirement he became active in promoting equal rights as it relates to Native Americans, Indian reservations and federal Indian policy. He currently holds the position of chairman of both the national organization, Citizens Equal Rights Foundation and the local organization Mille Lacs Equal Rights Foundation. Clare lives in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota and spends winters in Mesa, Arizona.

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