The list below includes links to more information about these collections, but generally not the materials themselves because most are not available online. Please note that there other sources at the UMD Archives that might be related to the Fond du Lac Band but that are not specifically identified as such. For example, they might be identified as Ojibwe, but without any more detail. Please contact the UMD Archives at firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 726-8526 with questions.
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