Mille Lacs Lake

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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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Lopez has also worked as an Assistant County Attorney in the Mille Lacs County Attorney's Office and in private practice.
Additionally, he serves as the city prosecutor for multiple cities in Crow Wing County and as a conflict attorney for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
Other top regional attractions in Greater Minnesota were Grand Casino Mille Lacs in Onamia, Itasca State Park in Park Rapids and the Cabela's store in Owatonna.
But in recent times Bass Masters, that collective entity of largemouth aficionados, stuck its neck out and laid the label on Minnesotas Lake Mille Lacs as the best bass lake in the country.
The author goes on to present a series of reminiscences about gashkibidaaganag, and their role in Native communities, and the efforts of specific collectors, entrepreneurs and trading post owners to collect, preserve and even document these magnificent beaded artworks from a range of Minnesota Ojibwe reservations--Grand Portage, Leech Lake, Mille Lacs, Red Lake, and White Earth.
He frequents Mille Lacs Lake, Gull Lake and North Long Lake in Minnesota and uses a walleye-style boat with a deep-Vhull.
In June, the tribal governments at Mille Lacs and White Earth held their own regulatory hearings on the Enbridge proposals.
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Both the author and the illustrator of "Hungry Johnny" are Ojibwe of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Minnesota.