What was the daily caloric requirement of Native American traveling by canoe across water routes and portage trails?
How do the current water levels (as well as physical characteristics of channels connecting the lakes) on the Manitowish Chain differ from original historic levels found prior to the placement of dams?
Which lake on the Manitowish Waters Chain was refered to in the historic journals of A.B. Gray as being Cross Lake (so called by the Native Americans from its resembling a cross in shape), the lake which contained on a high point of land on a pennisula helping form one of the arms of the cross the encampment of White Thunder?
What kind of disciplinary practices would Ojibwe parents enact upon their children to insure their active participation in contributing to the survival of the tribe?
What is the location of the pre-historic and historic portage trail between the Trout River and Ike Walton Lake?
Given the rich historic traditions of the Manitowish Waters Chain, why have so few historic artifacts been discover compared to the numerous pre-historic artifacts discovered?
Was the large stone along the southwest shore of Vance Lake observed by Native Americans as a "spirit stone?"
Where the rapids above Sturgeon Lake utilized by Native Americans as a fish weir?
Based on historic verses modern map comparisons of the Manitowish Chain, why has the historic intagriety of Wild Rice, Alder, Little Star, Clear, and Island Lakes remained realitively intact; while, following installation of the Rest Lake dam, the lake levels on Manitowish, Spider, Stone, Fawn, and Rest Lakes are greatly redefined.
Has water clarity on Little Star Lake been improved as a result of the railroad grade installation that closed off the historic inlet stream that drained Three Stepping Stone Lakes and their surrounding marshes?
What is the age of the large tamaracks found along Long Lake Creek between Long Lake and Oxbo Lake?
Were Native Americans and early europeans able to navigate fully load canoes through the rapids of the Turtle River below Oxbo Lake or would have the shallow rocky waters required a portage?
When traveling on 6 Pause Portage from the Manitowish River to Mercer Lake, where did the historic portage route leave the high ground and enter into the infamous tamarack swamp? Does the reported coraroy road which lead the portage through this difficult swamp still exist?