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Thu Oct 16 17:59:04 2014 UTClccn-n930115610.00Recordings0.630.86Kennecott Copper Corporation and mining development in Wisconsin /48433722n 930115614204280Gedicks, Albertlccn-n82092303Kennecott Copper Corporationlccn-n87829682Community Action on Latin Americalccn-no2005032582Broadman, Richardnc-c d film workshopC.D. Film Workshoplccn-n50027886Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)lccn-n87817957Flambeau Mining Corporationnp-brooks, dickBrooks, Dicklccn-nr99011130Vision Maker Video (Firm)lccn-n91048327Lucerne Medialccn-n86138714Exxon Coal and Minerals CompanyGedicks, AlCase studiesHistoryTreatiesWisconsinIndians--Politics and governmentOjibwa Indians--Politics and governmentOjibwa Indians--Land tenureInternational business enterprisesIndians--Land tenureSustainable development--Law and legislationStrip mining--Environmental aspectsConservation of natural resourcesIndigenous peoples--Land tenureMines and mineral resources--Environmental aspectsSocial responsibility of businessIndigenous peoples--Legal status, laws, etcMineral industries--Environmental aspectsOjibwa IndiansExxon Coal and Minerals CompanyWisconsin--Wolf River (Forest County-Winnebago County)MinnesotaFinnish AmericansMichiganFinnsMines and mineral resourcesKennecott Copper CorporationCollective bargaining--Mining industryWorking class--Political activityMinersCopper mines and miningSulfide mineralsMetal sulfidesFlambeau Mining CorporationUnited StatesWisconsin--Flambeau RiverIndians of North AmericaMinorities--EducationDiscrimination in educationWater--PollutionPolitical scienceAcid mine drainageIndians of North America--Cultural assimilationMining lawFinnish Americans--Political activityWisconsin--CrandonWater qualityUnited States.--Environmental Protection AgencyEmployeesIndians of North America--RelocationSpear fishingUnited States.--Army.--Corps of EngineersIndians of North America--EducationThompson, Tommy George,19731974197619791982199319941997200020012002200420052008201112861832333.851409775E99.C669312ocn027677893book19930.63Gedicks, AlThe new resource wars : native and environmental struggles against multinational corporationsCase studies+-+57193514355472ocn047208572book20010.63Gedicks, AlResource rebels : native challenges to mining and oil corporationsDescribes the development of native-led resistance to mining and oil companies in the United States, Asia, African and Latin America+-+7591351435121ocn003347728book19730.86Gedicks, AlKennecott Copper Corporation and mining development in Wisconsin121ocn009305965book19820.29Land grab : the corporate theft of Wisconsin's mineral resources62ocn778802408visu19760.77Gedicks, AlChildren of labor a Finnish-American historySocial and political lives of Finnish immigrants and their descendants in northern Minnesota32ocn049797274visu19970.50Keepers of the waterDocuments the struggle to keep the head waters of the Wolf River, a pristine river in Wisconsin and the homeland of the Sokaogon Mole Lake Chippewa tribe, from being polluted by a proposed sulfide mine31ocn043084104visu19940.26Anishinaabe niijii Friends of the ChippewaBecause of possible endangered resources, this video documents the opposition against a proposed copper mine to be built near the Flambeau River in Ladysmith, Wisconsin11ocn145785487mixRespecting American Indian identity : a perspective from history and cultureHistoryTreatiesPapers on Wisconsin-related topics presented at the conference on November 7-9, 1991, sponsored by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin System. Topics include various aspects of treaty rights, Winnebago removal, a history of the Lac Courte Oreilles, a biographical piece on an Oneida chief, tribal reorganization of the Stockbridge-Munsee, and the Hayward Indian Congress11ocn062276297visu20000.47Let's talk about raceCase studiesA documentary showing current issues facing racial and ethnic minorities11ocn173699877mixGedicks, AlRecordings from "Shape of an Era," Gedick's documentary film on copper mining and miners in the Lake Superior region, 1900 to present11ocn775270537art20050.10Gedicks, AlResource Wars against Native Peoples11ocn058495297book19790.84Gedicks, AlWorking class radicalism among Finnish immigrants in Minnesota and Michigan mining communities11ocn807326206art20040.47Defending a common home: native/non-native alliances against mining corporations in Wisconsin11ocn060563175visu20020.47Let's talk about race Hmong skitCase studiesA skit about discrimination against a Hmong American student by a teacher and another student. After the skit, the audience discusses the problem of discrimination in education11ocn876396310book20080.47Bertossi, Teresa AMining for public and state approval : corporative strategies for metallic sulfide mining on Michigan's Yellow Dog PlainsMichigan has become a frontier for metallic sulfide mining due to a high global demand for minerals and a major concentration of sulfide deposits found throughout its Midcontinent Rift. Metallic sulfide mining is challenging, especially in a water-rich state like Michigan. The disturbance of a sulfide deposit during mining activity exposes the sulfide ore to air and water, which can result in sulfuric acid. Subsequently, precipitation can cause sulfuric acid to drain from the mine site, polluting surface water and groundwater. Recently, a corporation called Kennecott Minerals has proposed a metallic sulfide mine called the Eagle Project in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, on the Yellow Dog Plains. The Eagle project will be the first under Michigan's new legislation regulating nonferrous metallic sulfide mining. This research examines the environmental and resulting social consequences of sulfide mining. As opposition to mining projects grow more powerful around the world, mining corporations are using public relations strategies to stifle the opposition. So far, Kennecott has used public relations strategies such as extensive mineral exploration and leasing, negotiation, risk assessment, and persuasive rhetoric to gain state approval for its Eagle Project11ocn036914223rcrd1997Gedicks, AlThe new resource wars native and environmental struggles against multinational corporationsCase studies01ocn257330879book1974Haavelsrud, MagnusThe multinational corporation and the nation state: the case of anaconda and kennecott in chile11ocn690987288mixTyra, DorothyCompiled files on the Crandon mine controversyPapers compiled by environmentalist Dorothy Tyra documenting the Crandon, Wisconsin mine controversy through her involvement with the Pickerel/Crane Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District, Wolf River Watershed Alliance, Wisconsin Resources Protection Council, and Wolf Watershed Educational Project. The bulk of the collection consists of subject files and newsletters documenting the anti-mining publicity campaign and grassroots political organization of environmentalists, Native Americans, and sportsmen in opposition to the proposed mine at Crandon. Native American rights and issues are a key aspect of this collection, including material related to the Midwest Treaty Network and the Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa+-+5719351435+-+5719351435Thu Oct 16 15:12:24 EDT 2014batch12813