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Native Americans have lived here since the retreat of the last ice sheet, and the Ho-Chunk Nation continues to thrive on Maa Wákącąk, or Sacred Earth.

Title: TRIBAL LANDS CIRCA 1800

Author(s): Wisconsin Act 31 Coalition Partners

Date: ca. 2010 (?)

Source: Wisconsin First Nations: American Indian Studies Wisconsin

Brief: [pending]

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Title: CURRENT TRIBAL LANDS

Author(s): Wisconsin Act 31 Coalition Partners, and UW-Madison Cartography Lab

Date: 2018

Source: Wisconsin First Nations: American Indian Studies Wisconsin

Brief: [pending]

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Title: HO-CHUNK TERRITORY DESCRIBED BY ORAL TRADITION

Author(s): Language Division, Cultural Resources Division, and Ho-Chunk Nation Traditional Court

Date:

Source: Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin

Brief: [pending]

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