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  • 1. By: Alyse
  • 2.  When Mountain Wolf Woman was born, Wisconsin had only been a state for 36 years. Her first home was in Black River Falls, WI. Later, thegovernment made her tribemove to Nebraska.
  • 3. When Mountain Wolf Woman was 9 years old, her oldestbrother thought that she should go to school. She went to school for about 2 years but stopped. She started again much later. Mountain Wolf Woman helped her family by building wigwams, looking after her sisters and brothers, stringing beans, and making mats.
  • 4.  Once she was all grown up, she left her first husband and married a man that her oldest brother recommended. Mountain Wolf Woman and her husband had 11 children. They lived in Wisconsin, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Oregon. She worked as a midwife, a person who helps women deliver their babies. She would also plant gardens, pick berries, make mats, sew, cook, and dance.