Posts Tagged ‘Businesses’

Quiz – Casinos

Timeline – Marketplace

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Tribal Enrollment

Tribes have the right to determine their own membership. These criteria for enrollment vary from tribe to tribe. In the Midwest, the criteria are based on descendancy, that is, descent from an individual on a particular roll, as well as, in some cases, blood quantum and/or residency of the applicant or his/her parents. Most tribes [...]

Edmunds – Potawatomi Entrepreneurship

Please close this window to return to previous page. And I think you can make some very strong cases that in the Midwest there were, for example, the entrepreneurship on the part of the Miami, Potawatomi, some Chippewa, Ottawa people—it’s profound. Their ability as small business people in the late eighteenth century, early nineteenth century—they [...]

Identity Through Fishing

Please close this window to return to previous page. Linda Spencer: In our marina this year we have the tribal fishing boats, commercial fishing enterprise, the S & S fisheries, and it’s been quite a learning experience for all of us this year. There has been some controversy in the area. Some of it has [...]

Menominee Forestry

Please close this window to return to previous page. Marshall Pecore, Menominee Forest Manager: Menominee history of forest management is a unique blend of people’s conviction and legislation. This long term forest management [on] Menominee seems to demonstrate well here that you can have spiritual rejuvenation, you can have economic base, you can have recreation. [...]

Lac Courte Oreilles Resort

Please close this window to return to previous page. Paul Demain, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe: We’re talking with Gaiashkabos, the former tribal chairman from the Lac Courte Oreilles tribe, he still sits on the council now, and we’re up at The Landing, formerly known as Herman Landing. And Gaiash had quite a bit [...]

Tribal Businesses

Tribally-owned businesses became fairly common after the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. The federal government encouraged, funded, and supervised cooperatives that sold wild rice or beadwork, for example, but these businesses were short-lived. During the War on Poverty in the 1960s and early 1970s, tribes could receive federal funds to establish “industrial parks” with water, [...]