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Many returned to Wisconsin. Today, all Wisconsin Ho-Chunk tribal lands are lands they once owned, but have had to repurchase.

The Ho-Chunk Nation is not located on one continuous land base, such as a reservation, but has scattered communities and acreage. In the last years they faced tremendous hardship and overcame long odds ho chunk nation black river falls live wi. As a result, the Ho-Chunk were victims of raids by both.

Within four years of their arrivalthe U. For some years, this nation was labeled as the Winnebago Article source by the French.

Their story is the story of a people who loved the land of Wisconsin. At that time, the U. First, the Ho-Chunk people were moved to northeastern Iowa. Senate moved them further west. Ho-Chunk Nation is the l argest employer in both Sauk and Jackson County employing roughly ho chunk nation black river falls.

The exact size of the Ho-Chunk Nation was not historically documented at the time. Skip to main content. Wi, the lure of lead and good farmland proved too great. For questions about this information, contact David O'Connor

They were placed there as a barrier between warring Lakota and Ojibwe. Treaty commissioners, speaking for the United States, promised they would punish any whites going on recognized Ho-Chunk lands. Within ten years , they were moved to a wooded region of northern Minnesota. In November , the official results of the Ho-Chunk Nation secretarial election were published, approving the revised constitution and the proper name of the nation reverting to the Ho-Chunk People of the Big Voice which they have always called themselves, thus establishing the Ho-Chunk Nation. Within ten years, the U. The U. At their request, they were to be moved to better land near the Mississippi River. European immigrants objected and before they could move, the U. The memories of living Ho-Chunk contain stories of their elders being rounded up at gunpoint, loaded into boxcars and shipped to "their reservation" in Nebraska. The Ho-Chunk were forced to sell their remaining lands at a fraction of its worth and were removed from Wisconsin. Throughout this time, many Ho-Chunk refused to live on the increasingly poor areas away from their abundant homelands in Wisconsin. Four years later , they were moved to a desolate reservation in South Dakota surrounded by Lakotas. Their troubles began in the late 's when lead miners began to come into southwestern Wisconsin. While most people think of Native Americans as hunters or gatherers, the Ho-Chunk were also farmers. Government recognized the Ho-Chunk as a sovereign nation and the fact that they held title to more than eight million acres of some of the finest land in America.