Chippewa Flowage Lake Association

History Documentation:

TELEGRAM ON GRAVE REMOVAL - June 28, 1923

Sent by Western Union Telegraph Company June 28, 1923 from Hayward, Wisconsin, by Byron A. Sharp, Superintendent

TO: Indian Office
       Washington, D.C.

  Refer Office wire today relative grave removal. Deed executed by Oja-wash-ko-ge-jig Jr. conveying this cemetery site to the Right Reverend Joseph G. Pinten by the Department on June 19. Title now being in the Bishop would seem to require further negotiation be carried on with him. The Bishop has already protested against the removal of these graves. I am today taking the matter up with the Power Company and the Bishop. Full report will follow.

Byron A. Sharp
Superintendent


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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