SLO and CMN Help Students Create the Gift of Reading
Dr. Candy Waukau-Villagomez, Kase Kase Se Kaw "Time Just Before Dawn" (member of the Menominee Tribe) College of Menominee Nation Early Childhood/Elementary Education instructor recently reflected on her craft and her innovative Sacred Little One’s literacy project. Read more
Menominee History and Language
Special Collections is an archive and rare materials repository that contains non-circulating materials about the Menominee Indian Tribe and other Native peoples of Wisconsin. Materials cover topics that include culture, history, language, treaties, and government. Special Collections holds rare books, maps, microfilm, art, recordings, and more. You can find information on their website as well as the physical location in the lower level of the College of Menominee Nation Library.
Our project is supported by a grant awarded to College of Menominee Nation by the American Indian College Fund’s “Wakanyeja ‘Sacred Little Ones’ – Tribal College Readiness and Success by Third Grade Initiative.” The Wakanyeja project is generously funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (Grant # P3015070).