Madeline Island’s bilingual Ojibwe-English signs will be ready by fall
Miranda Vander Leest, Wisconsin Public Radio
Madeline Island recently passed a proposal to become the first place in Wisconsin to have bilingual Ojibwa language signs not on a reservation. People working on the project say the signs should be available as soon as this fall.
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