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Mille Lacs Lake

(mĭl lăks), 207 sq mi (536 sq km), E central Minn., N of Minneapolis. It drains into the Rum River. Sieur Duluth, a French explorer, visited (1679) the Ojibwas who lived on the lakeshore. In 1680, Louis Hennepin, a French friar and explorer of North America, and his companions were held captive near the lake by the Ojibwas for several weeks. The region is a center for tourists and sportsmen. A Native American reservation is on the southwest shore.
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1 and, originally from the collection of Sherman Holbert at the Mille Lacs Museum, carries the date 1931.
4 David Piatz shot this 171inch typical 15-pointer in Mille Lacs County, Minnesota, in 2006.
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Anderson, president and CEO of Woodlands, owned by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians in Minnesota, said, "This opportunity exists because no one in Alaska is solely dedicated to taking care of the Native American communities the way that we are.
In Minnesota, "Land of 10,000 Lakes," there is a large and beautiful lake named Mille Lacs.
The Mille Lacs Band of the Ojibwe in central Minnesota, for example, has devoted profit from its two casinos to a new water tower, two new schools, a major clinic, new housing, and new roads.
I think a family could have a ball out here with only a bunch of ice fishermen around,'' he said, mindful that Lake Mendota is a far cry from the notorious ice village that winters on Minnesota's Mille Lacs, complete with street signs, vendors and occasional hookers on snowmobiles.