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Some placenames use other spellings, see also Menomonee and Menomonie.
The Menominee (also spelled Menomini; known as Mamaceqtaw, “the people” in their own language) are a nation of Native Americans living in Wisconsin. The Menominee, along with the Ho-Chunk, are the only tribes that are indigenous to what is now Wisconsin. The name “Menominee” comes from the Ojibwe name manoominii, meaning “wild rice people”, as wild rice is one of their most important traditional staples.
The Menominee Indian Reservation is an Indian reservation located in northeastern Wisconsin. For the most part, it is conterminous with Menominee County and the town of Menominee. However, there are many small pockets of territory within the county (and its geographically equivalent town) that are not considered to be part of the reservation. These pockets amount to a fairly small 1.14 percent of the county’s area, so that, essentially, the reservation is only about 98.86 percent of the county’s area. The largest…

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