They lived at the mouth of the Menominee River in the 17th and 18th centuries, which, according to their creation story, was the tribe's place of origin.Before 1830, French Canadians established a fur trading post at the settlement.
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Logs were floated down the Menominee River and shipped out on Green Bay to communities around the Great Lakes and to the East.Marinette is the principal city of the Marinette, Wisconsin–Michigan Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Marinette County, Wisconsin and Menominee County, Michigan. Menominee, Michigan is across the river to the north, and the cities are connected by three bridges.Menominee and Marinette are sometimes described as "twin cities" of the Menominee River.In 1987 her descendants had Chevalier reinterred in a sarcophagus at the Forest Home Mausoleum in Marinette.Her original tombstone is on display at the museum on Stephenson Island in Marinette.The site of Marinette was first settled by a small Algonquin band of Menominee people, referred to by the neighboring Ojibwe as "the wild rice people" for their staple crop.