St. Croix Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

St. Croix is one of the largest employers in Northwest Wisconsin with OVER 2,000 EMPLOYEES in its Government center, casinos and enterprises.

Anishinabeg

“The Original People”

Things To Do

FISH OR SWIM AT AN AREA LAKE
HIKE OR CANOE DOWN THE ST. CROIX RIVER
FORTS FOLLE AVOINE HISTORICAL PARK – (See page 33)

MUSEUM OF WOODCARVING
CUMBERLAND GOLF COURSE
TURTLEBACK GOLF CLUB
ANTIQUE SHOPS

WISCONSIN GREAT NORTHERN RAILROAD

RED BARN THEATER
ST. CROIX FESTIVAL THEATER
SPOONER VETERANS MEMORIAL
GAMING – (See page 35)

Whatever you decide to do, you’ll find that you’re among friends.

History

The St. Croix people were known as “The Lost Tribe” after the Treaty of LaPointe in 1854. St. Croix was not a federally recognized Tribe until the passing of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, when federal lands were finally established for St. Croix. The St. Croix people had endured over 200 years of struggle to reclaim their original homelands. Today, St. Croix is a strong sovereign nation and flourishing economic center. The Tribe is one of the largest employers in Northwest Wisconsin with over 2,000 employees in its Government center, casinos and enterprises. St. Croix is also a major
contributor to the area’s economy.