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" ... mouth of Green Bay so as to include all the lands of the grand traverse thence from the mouth of Green Bay aforesaid a northwesterly course to a plane an on the northwest shore of Lake Michigan generally known & distinguished by the name of Weyohquatonk... "
Address Delivered Before the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, at ... - Página 40
por Morgan Lewis Martin - 1851 - 48 páginas
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State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1900 - 462 páginas
...known & distinguished by the name of Weyohquatonk by the Indians, Bay de noque by the French thence a westerly course on the heighth of land separating the waters running into Lake Superior and 'Death's Door.— ED. those running into lake Michigan to the head of the Menomenie river, thence continuing...
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1900
...known & distinguished by the name of Weyohquatonk by the Indians, Bay de noque by the French thence a westerly course on the heighth of land separating...Superior and those running into lake Michigan to the head of the Menomenie river, thence continuing nearly the same course until it strikes the northeast boundary...
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Documents of American Indian Diplomacy: Treaties, Agreements, and ..., Volumen1

Vine Deloria, Raymond J. DeMallie - 1999 - 1540 páginas
...known & distinguished by the name of Weyohquatonk by the Indians, Bay de noque by the French thence a westerly course on the heighth of land separating...Superior and those running into lake Michigan to the head of the Menomenie river, thence continuing nearly the same course until it strikes the northeast boundary...
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...Weyohquatonk'by the Indians and Bay-de-Noque by the French; thenoe, a westerly course on the height of land separating the waters running into Lake Superior and those running into Lake Michigan to the head of the Menomonie river; thence, continuing nearly the same course until it strikes the northeastern...
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