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National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., August, 1974. bound magazine, 7" x 10. Magazine in VERY GOOD condition. For more than a decade, Patricia Raymer writes, the Menominee people languished under an ill-advised social experiment called 'termination', in which the US government withdrew supervision and aid. In 1973 legislation restored federal protection to the Menominee's Wisconsin homeland - here is their story (24 pages with 20 color photos, maps). IN THE SAME ISSUE: 'The Phoenicians, Sea Lords of Antiquity' by Samuel W Matthews - 42 pages with 32 color photos, map - archeology reveals the treasures of a trading empire.