Mayor changes name of bar after meet with Menominee Nation
A mayor in Wisconsin agreed to change the name of his drinking establishment after discussing it with the Menominee Nation.

Mayor Paul Esslinger of Oshkosh planned to call his bar the "Chief Oshkosh Saloon" after Chief Oshkosh, who led the tribe from 1827 until his death in 1858. Esslinger said he will go with the "Old Oshkosh Saloon" instead.

Esslinger said he still plans to feature Chief Oshkosh as a part of his establishment, along with other historical figures in Oshkosh.

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