Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin's file:
Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin

None from Wisconsin

According to the tribe's website, the seat of government for the Menominee Tribe is located approximately 45 miles northwest of Green Bay, Wisconsin, on the Menominee Indian Reservation, in the Village of Keshena. The Reservation shares nearly coterminous geopolitical boundaries with Menominee County, is situated on the ancestral homelands of its 8,551 tribal members, and includes 5 main communities: Keshena, Neopit, Middle Village, Zoar, and South Branch. The Reservation is comprised of 235,523 acres, or approximately 357.96 square miles, and includes over 407 miles of improved and unimproved roads, 187 rivers and streams, and 53 lakes. The Reservation is located in the 8th Congressional District for the State of Wisconsin.

Recent statements involving Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin

"The Kenosha casino would be one of the state’s largest employers and pay more to the state than any other company or Tribe – essentially, it would be Wisconsin’s biggest taxpayer."

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