Wisconsin Names and Organizations -- Foreword / Winona LaDuke -- Introduction / Walter Bresette -- Pt. I. The History Behind Indian Spearfishing Rights. 1. A Brief History of the Anishinabe / Walter Bresette. 2. The Fallout of the Voigt Decision: Anti-Indian Backlash in Wisconsin, 1983-1987 / Walter Bresette -- Pt. II. Spearfishers and Witnesses: The Beginning of a Nonviolent Coalition. 3. Witness in Our Own Backyard: The First Year the Witness Joins the Spearfishers, 1988 / Rick Whaley. 4. Mentors and Allies: Coming to Leadership as a Native American Activist / Walter Bresette -- Pt. III. Powerful Enemies and Steady Friends: Spearing Gains Increased Attention as a Political Issue. 5. Why Are You Involved? The Second Year of Spearfishing and Witnessing, 1989 / Rick Whaley -- Photo Essay. 6. The River Opens to the Righteous: The Civil Rights Legacy and White Backlash Today / Rick Whaley -- Pt. IV. The Culmination of Years of Battles: 1990. 7. Small Miracles and Heavy Hitters: The Third Year of Spearing and Witnessing, 1990 / Rick Whaley. 8. Interwoven Issues: Indian Treaty Rights and the Mining Threat / Rick Whaley -- Pt. V. A Solidarity Success Story. 9. Healing, Not Winning: The Fourth Year of Spearing and Witnessing, 1991 / Rick Whaley. 10. "The New People": Lessons and Projections / Walter Bresette and Rick Whaley -- Epilogue: Recent Developments in Wisconsin Politics, 1992 -- Appendix: The Work of 500 Years of Resistance and Dignity Continues - Resources for the 1990s and Beyond
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