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|Improving on Nature: The Legend Lake Development, Menominee Resistance, and the Ecological Dynamics of Settler Colonialism|
American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 2, Spring, 2021, pp. -120.
A discussion of the attempted sale of lands from the terminated Menominee reservation to the large- scale recreational vacation property development and resistance by the Determination of Rights and Unity for Menominee Stockholders or DRUMS to stop the sale and restore tribal status. The U.S. government's withdrawal of tribal status and federal support had created economic issues for the group and the sale of land was looked upon as a means to rectify that issue.