Our project will create numerous local jobs – the vast majority filled by local citizens – while at the same time boosting tourism and interest in other local businesses. Learn More »
Our spiritual and ceremonial ways are rooted in the land. All of us must care for the land and leave it in good condition for future generations. Learn More »
Our men and women are proud to have served and fought for our country in foreign wars. We are proud to follow in the footsteps of our leaders. Learn More »
“This plan will be a way of bringing jobs to people in Shabbona.”
FORMER COUNTY BOARD CHAIRMAN
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The United States established the Nation's Shab-eh-nay Reservation as a permanent homeland in the 1829 Treaty of Prairie du Chien.
The United States established the Nation’s Shab-eh-nay Reservation as a permanent homeland in the 1829 Treaty of Prairie du Chien.