By Paul G on July 29, 2011
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Sokaogon Chippewa Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Arlyn D. Ackley, Sr. (Chairman)
3051 Sand Lake Road Crandon WI 54520
: (715) 478-7500 : (715) 478-5275 Website:
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians Carl Edwards (President)
P.O. Box 67 Lac du Flambeau WI 54538
: (715) 588-3303 : (715) 588-7930 Website:
Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians Eugene Bigboy (Chairman)
P.O. Box 39 Odanah WI 54861
: (715) 682-7111 : (715) 682-7118 Website:
St. Croix Chippewa Indians Hazel Hindsley (President )
24663 Angeline Avenue Hertel WI 54893
: (715) 349-2195 : (715) 349-5768 Website:
Stockbridge Munsee Community Kimberly Vele (President)
N8476 Mo He Con Nuck Road Bowler WI 54416
: (715) 793-4111 : (715) 793-1307 Website:
Menominee Indian Tribe Lisa Waukau (Chairperson)
P.O. Box 910 Keshena WI 54135-0910
: (715) 799-5100 : (715) 799-3373 Website:
Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians Louis Taylor (Chairman)
13394 W. Trepania Road Hayward WI 54843
: (715) 634-8934 : (715) 634-4797 Website:
Forest County Potawatomi Community Philip Shopodock (Chairman)
P.O. Box 340 Crandon WI 54520
: (715) 478-7200 : (715) 478-4735 Website:
Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin Rick Hill (Chairman)
P.O. Box 365 Oneida WI 54155-0365
: (920) 869-2214 : (920) 869-4040 Website:
Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians Rose Gurnoe-Soulier (Chairwoman)
88385 Pike Road, Highway 13 Bayfield WI 54814
: (715) 779-3700 : (715) 779-3704 Website:
W9814 Airport Road Black River Falls WI 54615
: (715) 284-9343 : (715) 284-9805 Website:

7 Responses to “Wisconsin Native American Tribes”

  1. arielle says:

    Looking for pow wow events near hudson wi for ojibwe please email me with phone numbers websites etc info thanks

  2. Dianne Anthony says:


    My name is Dianne and I am the Banquet Manager at Blackhawk Country Club in Madison Wi. Every year we have a “Men’s Pow-Wow” golf event and dinner. Our club has over 15 Native American Indian Mounds and we cherish the Native American history that has become the love of this club. This year we are trying to find traditional entertainment with either flute and drum musicians or dancers. I have looked all over the internet to find something local and I have had no luck. I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction, or had any suggestions. We would really love to make this event better than it was last year, and last year we made it into a national magazine for it. Thank you for any assistance you may be in this matter. Have a great day.


  3. Nancy Scolley says:

    I have been for many years now trying to find my Indian Tribe.
    If there is any one that could help me in any way that would be gratefully appreciated please and thank you.
    sincerely Nancy

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