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  2. Blood quantum laws - Wikipedia

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    Since the tribal blood requirement for membership was (and still is) 1/4, the implication of this "resetting" of the original tribal members' blood quantum is that the grandchild of a person on the 1958 roll who was recorded as 1/4 Chippewa is now eligible for tribal membership, thus effectively setting the requirement at 1/16.

  3. Concordia University Wisconsin - Wikipedia

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    The School of Pharmacy program was launched in the fall of 2010 and is a four-year professional pharmacy program designed to prepare students for a variety of careers within the pharmacy profession. By adding a School of Pharmacy, CUW has become one of three schools in the state of Wisconsin to offer a Pharm.D. degree.

  4. Thief River Falls, Minnesota - Wikipedia

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    History. Thief River Falls takes its name from a geographic feature, the falls of the Red Lake River at its confluence with the Thief River.The name of the river is a loose translation of the Ojibwe phrase Gimood-akiwi ziibi, literally, the "Stolen-land river" or "Thieving-land river", which originated when a band of Dakota Indians occupied a secret encampment along the river, hence "stealing ...

  5. Demographics of Minnesota - Wikipedia

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    Germans composed the largest immigrant group to Minnesota. When World War I started, 70% of the population was either foreign-born or had at least one parent born outside the United States. Of that number, more than one fourth were Germans. New Ulm, Saint Cloud, and Shakopee were particular centers of German immigration.

  6. Kalamazoo, Michigan - Wikipedia

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    Construction of the new Kalamazoo Valley Community College Culinary and Allied Health campus began in August 2014. It had also been the home of Nazareth College, which closed in 1992. The public schools are managed by Kalamazoo Public Schools. Every resident graduate of the Kalamazoo Public Schools is provided with a scholarship for up to 100% ...

  7. Ashland, Wisconsin - Wikipedia

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    The city is one of the northern termini in Wisconsin for the Canadian National Railway (CN), parent company of the former Wisconsin Central Ltd. It took over the former Soo Line tracks in 1987. [41] However, after flooding in 2016 caused substantial damage to bridges south of town, CN discontinued service to Ashland (trains now reach only as ...

  8. North Dakota - Wikipedia

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    North Dakota (/-d ə ˈ k oʊ t ə / ()) is a U.S. state in the Upper Midwest, named after the indigenous Dakota Sioux.North Dakota is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the north and by the U.S. states of Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, and Montana to the west.

  9. List of recipients of the Silver Buffalo Award - Wikipedia

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    Superintendent of the Detroit public schools Frank G. Hoover: Industrialist Connie Mack: Professional baseball player, manager, and team owner C. B. Smith: Physician and proponent of rural Scouting John A. Stiles: Canadian Scouter, recipient of the Silver Wolf William Chalmers Covert: Presbyterian minister Marshall Field