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Midwest Treaty Network

The Midwest Treaty Network is an alliance of Indian and non-Indiangroups supporting Native American sovereignty and the protection of indigenous lands and cultures from mining and other corporate development in the western Great Lakes region.
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Midwest Treaty Network
731 State St.
Madison WI 53703

Phone: (608) 246-2256
Fax: (608) 246-2256
E-Mail: mtn@igc.apc.org
Website: http://www.alphacdc.com/treaty

Detailed Information:
The Midwest Treaty Network, an alliance of Indian and non-Indiangroups, was founded in 1989 during the Wisconsin Ojibwa spearfishing conflict, and has since expanded its focus to include all Indigenous nations in the western Great Lakes region. It has focussed on protection of the environment and sacred sitesfrom mining and other corporate development. The site gives the goals and history of the Network, current issues, maps, merchandise,photos, cartoons, and many links to articles and other Indigenous sites.

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