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Wyandot Indians

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

John M. Armstrong Papers, 1833-1890

Identifier: MC-1964-07
Scope and Contents The papers pertain to Wyandotte tribal matters in Ohio, Kansas, Indian etc. A large portions pertains to claims against the United States. There are also papers related to business matters of Lucy and John Armstrong. Later papers are concerned with the division of the Methodist Church, North and South. Some deal with his wife's (Lucy Bigelow) efforts on behalf of the Wyandot Indians. Some of the material relates to the Stockbridge Indians.Included are copy of a letter from...
Dates: 1833 - 1890

Kate Gray-Eyes, Undated

 Item — Box 10: [A000023243316], Folder: 11
Identifier: 1975.006.5.Wyandotte.001
Scope and Contents Envelope with biographical information regarding Kate Gray-Eyes written in ink on recto by Willaim Elsey Connelley.

Related to 1975.006.3.Miscellaneous.102
Dates: Undated

The Lord's Prayer , Undated

 Item — Box 10: [A000023243316], Folder: 11
Identifier: 1975.006.5.Wyandotte.003

Treaty of Eastern Indians, 1818-1826

Identifier: MS-157
Scope and Contents A treaty of several tribes (Seneca, Wyandot, Delaware, etc.) concluded at St. Mary's, Ohio, 1818, and was signed by Vice President Calhoun in 1826. Accompanying this treaty is a very large plat showing the allotment of lands. The plat is signed by Josua Meigs, Surveyor-General of the United States.
Dates: 1818 - 1826

Wyandotte Papers, 1805-1855

Identifier: MC-1964-229
Scope and Contents There are two treaties among these items. One is dated May 16, 1836; the other is an original document on parchment, dated July 4, 1805, between the United States of America and the chiefs and head men of the WYandot, Ottawa, Chippeway, Munsee, Delaware, Shawnee, and Potawatomi Nations "...holden at Fort Industry on the Miami of the Lake..." The Indian Signatures are in pictogram style. A copy of the laws relating trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes is in another of the documents.
Dates: 1805 - 1855

Wyandottes Suffered, Undated

 Item — Box 10: [A000023243316], Folder: 11
Identifier: 1975.006.5.Wyandotte.002
Scope and Contents Photocopy of newspaper article titled "Wyandottes Suffered. Were Befriended by Seneca Allies. After Moving West" from unknown source.
Dates: Undated