Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien

thence to Washington City, in 1829
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Isaac N. Whiting , Columbus, (O.)
Indians of North America -- Northwestern States., Dakota language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc., United States -- Description and travel., Mississippi River Valley -- Description and tr

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United States, Mississippi River Valley, Northwestern St

Statementby Caleb Atwater, late commissioner employed by the United States to negotiate with the Indians of the upper Mississippi, for the purchase of mineral country.
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LC ClassificationsF353 .A883
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Paginationvii, 296 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6594701M
LC Control Number17004240
OCLC/WorldCa2863943

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The Indians of the Northwest, their maners [!], customs, &c. &c., or Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien and thence to Washington city in c Taimah (; var. Taiomah, Tama, Taima, Tiamah, Fai-inah, Ty-ee-ma, lit. "sudden crash of thunder" or "thunder") was a Meskwaki (Fox) leader in the early 19th century in present-day Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois.

He was often called Chief Tama in historical accounts and was one of the signatories of an treaty in Washington, DC ceding land to the United States. Kupte knihu Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie Du Chien; Then to Washington City, in za Kč v ověřeném obchodě.

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Black Hawk, born Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, ( – October 3, ) was a band leader and warrior of the Sauk Native American tribe in what is now the Midwest of the United gh he had inherited an important historic sacred bundle from his father, he was not a hereditary civil chief.

Black Hawk earned his status as a war chief or captain by his actions; Known for: Black Hawk War. -Caleb Atwater () Remarks Made of A Tour to Prairie du Chien: Thence to Washington City (publishedpp. 60–62) Personal. Atwater estimated Quashquame's age to be ab which means he may have been born about Quashquame was the father-in-law of famed Meskwaki chief Taimah (Tama).

Because of his role in the disputed treaty, Quashquame. Remarks Made On A Tour To Prairie Du Chien, Thence To Washington City, In After The War: A Southern Tour Appletons' Hand-book Of American Travel: The Southern Tour.

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The Menominee, another late arriving band, refused, believing the scalps weren’t theirs to take. Other late arriving bands didn’t share this moral objection (Hall ).

Atwater, Caleb, Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien () Lively account of towns on the Ohio and Mississippi, bargaining with Indians and observing their ceremonies and culture, and crossing endless wildernesses.

Remarks Made On A Tour To Prairie Du Chien, Thence To Washington City, In Old Times In Dixie Land: A Southern Matron's Memories Minnesota And Dacotah: In Letters Descriptive Of A Tour Through The North-west, In The Autumn Of Caleb Atwater was an American politician, historian, and early archaeologist in the state of Ohio.

He served several terms as a state politician and was /5(4). Black Hawk (Sauk leader): biography – October 3, Tour of the East Following the Black Hawk War, with most of the British Band killed and the rest captured or disbanded, the defeated Black Hawk was held in captivity at Jefferson Barracks with Neapope, White Cloud, and eight other leaders.

After eight months, [ ]. From Atwater's remarks on a Tour to Prairie du Chien. MINERAL REGION-GALENA. accompanied by statements given where, and how procured; the quantity made at each smelting establishment, and other information relating to it, and all thrown, too, into a tabular form; yet in a popular little book like this, it might not be interesting to the.Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien [electronic resource]: thence to Washington city, in [] Atwater, Caleb, Columbus (O.): Printed by Jenkins and Grover, In this book she supplied clippings from more than 2ot) Southern papers of the outrages Remarks Made on a Tour.

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