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The Anishinaabe people, like other First Nations, have an exstensive history involving fishing, hunting and gathering. These traditional practices include great interconnectedness to nature, being, culture and heritage. Over the years in the Great Lakes region, these rights for the Anishinaabe people have changed. This project is split into four series with the intention of carefully analyzing and conveying the impact of hunting, fishing and gathering changes in the Mille Lacs Band of Minnesota and how they have effected the practice of culture and heritage today.