Brothertown Indians-Today!

Thursday, April 11 at 5 pm Danielle McKinney will speak on the Brothertown Indian Nation: Christian Indians, Sovereignty, & Identity in UC 261. There will also be a short film on Brothertown Indian Nation history. Pizza will be provided.

If you’re interested in learning more about Wisconsin’s 12th Native American nation and their road to federal acknowledgement and recognition, you will enjoy this presentation.

To find out more, Andersen Library has several books on the Brothertown Indian Nation which you can check out or read online.

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Martha is a Reference & Instruction Librarian and the liaison to the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, and Physics Departments
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2 Responses to Brothertown Indians-Today!

  1. I am Brothertown and I am interested in reading online books on Brothertown.

  2. Martha says:

    It looks like you are not a UW-W student, staff, or faculty member, so you cannot access our online books. You can check with your local library to see what they have available to you online.

    The Wisconsin State Historical Society has several freely available online documents on the above linked list that you can access by clicking on the document title then on the “WHS Digital Collections (WHS Shared)” link, which is provided for those documents. You could also find these and more documents on the WHS site itself I found a couple books that are available for download to a Kindle from Amazon for a fee: “Becoming Brothertown: Native American Ethnogenesis and Endurance in the Modern World (Archaeology of Indigenous-Colonial Interactions in the Americas)” and “Letters Home from the Brothertown ‘Boys.'”

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