Chippewa Flowage Lake Association

History Documentation:

LETTER STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ON GRAVE REMOVAL - March 28, 1923

State Historical Society of Wisconsin
(Trustee of the State)
Madison, Wisconsin
March 28, 1923
(Receive Stamped March 30, 1923, Hayward School, Hayward Wisconsin)

TO: Mr. C. R. Craige, Superintendent
Hayward Indian School
Hayward, Wisconsin

Dear Mr. Craige,
  I wish to thank you for your very full and interesting information given in your letter of March 26 about the Indian cemetery at ‘The Post’. I shall be pleased if you will kindly advise me when the graves on the higher level are reached.

  If any articles of interest turn up in the removal of present graves and which are not to be reinterred with the remains I shall be pleased if the State Museum should be remembered.

Yours gratefully,
Charles E. Brown
Chief State Historical Museum


INVASIVE SPECIES AND WATER QUALITY CONCERNS
SAWYER COUNTY ZONING SUMMARY (PDF file)
AUGUST 2007 CHIPPEWA FLOWAGE FISHERY MANAGEMENT PLAN (PDF file)
 (NOTE: The Chippewa Flowage Lake Association does not endorse this management plan and we note that the water level comments in the plan do not concur with  Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions requirements.)
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