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Jim Northrup Remembered | KBJR 6 & Range 11


Jim Northrup Remembered | KBJR 6 & Range 11 | KDLH 3: News, Weather, Sports for Duluth MN / Superior WI / Northland | North West Wisconsin: Northrup was involved within the community as he fought not only for his country, but also for the Fond du Lac Band.

Matthew Northrup said, "His impact on the community cannot be measured and anybody who understood who my father was, realizes the importance of his actions. Him just living his traditional life gave a lot of that hope for Indians that were lost and didn't understand their own meaning or identity."

"My dad taught me a lot about traditional ways, and I'm going to continue to teach my children so that his legacy will continue."
Said his son, Joe Northrup.

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