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Bruce White is a historian and anthropologist who lives in St. Paul. He writes books and articles on early Minnesota and Midwestern history. Through his company Turnstone Historical Research, he consults and does research for Indian tribes and government agencies. He testified in federal court in the landmark 1994 Mille Lacs treaty hunting and fishing rights case and continues to testify in other cases relating to Indian treaties.
Recent & Notable Works
Mni Sota Makoce: The Land of the Dakota, with Gwen Westerman (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2012)
We Are at Home: Pictures of the Ojibwe People (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2008)
The Trade at Grand Portage: Trade Patterns at the Great Carrying Place (National Park Service, Grand Portage National Monument, 2005)