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Lake Winnebago Water Walk 2021

The Brotghertown Indian Nation showed their respect for the "life giving waters" of Lake Winnegago over three days.

Posted 7/06/21 (Tue) read more »

Mark Baldwin Recognized with Joseph Johnson Award

Mark Baldwin, a tribal member who worked to secure recognition and promote Brothertown culture, was awarded the Joseph Johnson Award by the Brothertown Indian Nation's Tribal Council.

Posted 7/03/21 (Sat) read more »

Brothertown Indian Graduates 2021

Congratulations and best wishes to our graduates, from all the members of The Brothertown Indian Nation family!

Posted 6/28/21 (Mon) read more »

Brothertown Indian Nation Statement on Oneida Shooting.

Chairman Robert Fowler of the Brothertown Indian Nation issued a statement extending the Nation's condolences to our relatives at Oneida Nation and others affected by this past weekend's tragic shooting.

Posted 5/04/21 (Tue) read more »

Brothertown Member Wins Poetry Award

Brothertown member Rebecca Pelky recently won an award for her story-in poems called Through A Red Place.

Posted 3/22/21 (Mon) read more »

Harvard Features Brothertown Member's Thoughts on Deb Haaland

Brothertown member Amy Besaw Medford was recently featured in an article examining the significance of Rep. Deb Haaland's nomination to run the Department of the Interior.

Posted 3/08/21 (Mon) read more »

Winter 2021 Newsletter Now Out!

The Winter Newsletter is now available!

Posted 3/07/21 (Sun) read more »

Richard Welch, Brothertown elder and storyteller, walks on

On November 2, 2019, Dick Welch walked on. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 6, 12-8 PM at the Uecker-Witt Funeral Home and on Thursday, from 9-10:30 AM, at Covenant United Methodist Church. The funeral service will be held November 7 at 10:30 AM at Covenant United Methodist Church. His storytelling lives on in all of us who heard him.

Posted 11/05/19 (Tue) read more »

Tribal Council Proclaims Nov 7 as Eeyamquittoowauconnuck Day

The Brothertown Indian Nation's Tribal Council has issued a proclamation to mark November 7th as Eeyamquittoowauconnuck (Brothertown Day).

Posted 10/30/19 (Wed) read more »

MMIWG Bill Moving Forward

Posted 10/17/19 (Thu) read more »