Wisconsin Tribes & Organizations


Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

P.O. Box 39
Odanah, WI  54861
Telephone:  715-682-7111
Fax:  715-682-7118

The Bad River Tribe's Reservation, established by treaty in 1854, is located in northwestern Wisconsin, along the shores of Lake Superior.  The Bad River Tribe is part of the Chippewa (Ojibwa) Nation which extended from the upper mid-west and Great Lakes regions of the United States north into central Canada.

Forest County Potawatomi Community

P.O. Box 340
Crandon, WI  54520
Phone:  715-478-2903
Fax:  715-478-5280

The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe's Reservation is located in northeastern Wisconsin, southeast of the town of Eagle River.  This tribe of Potawatomi are the descendants of tribal members who refused to move west of the Mississippi during the first half of the Nineteenth Century.

Ho-Chunk Nation

P.O. Box 667
Black River Falls, WI  54615
Phone:  715-284-9343
Fax:  715-284-9805

The Ho-Chunk Nation (formerly the Wisconsin Winnebago Tribe) does not have a defined reservation.  The Nation's center of government is located in Jackson County, but tribal lands are located in the Wisconsin counties of Dane, Sauk, Monroe, La Crosse, Wood, Clark, Shawano, Columbia, Juneau, Vernon, Jackson, Eau Claire, and Marathon. In addition, tribal trust lands are located in Houston County, Minnesota. 

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Tribe

13394 W. Trepania Road
Hayward, WI 54843
Phone:  715-634-8934
Fax:  715-634-4797

The Lac Courte Oreilles' Reservation is located in western Wisconsin, approximately 90 miles south of Duluth, Minnesota.  In addition to operating a resort on the Chippewa Flowage, the tribe also operates a grocery store, K-12 school, community college, gas station, cranberry marsh, elderly centers, and a radio station.
WOJB 88.9 - Woodland Community Public Radio
Lac Courte Oreilles Community College 

Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

P.O. Box 67
Lac du Flambeau, WI  54538
Phone:  715-588-3303
Fax:  715-588-9805

The Lac du Flambeau Tribe's reservation is located in the lakes country of northern Wisconsin.  The Lac du Flambeau Reservation includes a Museum and Culture Center, a recreated Ojibwe Village, a fish hatchery, Fence Lake, and snowmobile trails.

Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin

P.O. Box 910
Keshena, WI  54135
Phone:  715-799-5114
Fax:  715-799-3373

The Menominee Reservation is located in Menominee County in northeastern Wisconsin.

Oneida Nation of Wisconsin

P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI  54155
Phone:  920-869-4374
Fax:  920-869-2194

The Oneida Nation's Reservation is only five miles from Green Bay, Wisconsin.  The Oneida Nation is part of the Iroquois Confederacy which was formed in the 1500s.  The Cayuga, Mohawk, Seneca, and Onondaga tribes are also members of the Confederacy.  The Wisconsin portion of the Oneida Nation moved from upstate New York to Wisconsin in the 1820s. 

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

P.O. Box 529
Bayfield, WI  54814
Phone:  715-779-3700
Fax:  715-779-3704

The Red Cliff Tribe's Reservation is located in far northern Wisconsin, along the southern shore of Lake Superior.

St. Croix Chippewa Indians

24663 Angeline Avenue
Webster, WI  54893
Phone:  715-349-2195 or 800-236-2195
Fax:  715-349-7602

The St. Croix Reservation, located in western Wisconsin, is non-contiguous.  The St. Croix Tribe consists of eleven communities located throughout four counties:  Barron, Burnett, Douglas, and Polk.

Sokaogon Chippewa Community (Mole Lake)

3051 Sand Lake Road
Crandon, WI  54520
Phone:  715-478-7500
Fax:  715-478-5275

The Mole Lake Reservation is located in Wisconsin's north woods along Highway 55. 

Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans

N8476 Moheconuck Road
Bowler, WI  54416
Phone:  715-793-4111
Fax:  715-793-1307

The Stockbridge-Munsee Reservation is located in central Wisconsin and borders the Menominee Reservation.  Originally located in the northeastern United States, the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans settled in Wisconsin in 1856.


Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission

P.O. Box 9
Odanah, WI  54861
Phone:  715-682 6619
Fax:  715-682-9294

GLIFWC protects and enhances the treaty-guaranteed rights of Chippewa Indians to hunt, fish, and gather in the lands ceded under the Chippewa treaties of 1836, 1837, 1842, and 1854.  In addition, it protects and enhances the treaty-guaranteed fishing rights on the Great Lakes.  GLIFWC performs these services on behalf of eleven (11) Chippewa tribes in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan.  For more information, please visit the GLIFWC web site.

Great Lakes Indian Law Center

University of Wisconsin – Madison
975 Bascom Mall
Law Building Room 6112
Madison , WI  53706-1399
Phone:  608-263-7409 - Director (Prof. Richard Monette)
Email:  Great Lakes Indian Law Center

The Great Lakes Indian Law Center (GLILC) was established in 1992 to buttress the practical legal skills of all students interested in Federal Indian Law while providing a legal resource for Native American Tribes.

Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council

2932 Highway 47 North
P.O. Box 9
Lac du Flambeau, WI  54538
Phone:  715-588-3324
Fax:  715-588-7900
Email:  glitc@newnorth.org

GLITC was originally formed in 1963 and is a consortium of federally recognized tribes in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.  When GLITC began, it was a vehicle for delivering services to reservations, but as tribal governments have grown and expanded, GLITC has taken on the role of assisting tribes in delivering services and in supplementing the services tribes provide to their communities.

Wisconsin Tribal Judges Association

P.O. Box 70
Black River Fall, WI  54615
Phone:  (715) 284-2722
Fax:  (715) 284-3136
Click here for their Contact Us page.

The Wisconsin Tribal Judges' Association, Inc., exists as a voice of equal justice for all and is dedicated to the protection of tribal sovereignty through judicial education, cooperation, collaboration, and respectful communication while embracing tribal traditions, customs, and values.