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Indian affairs around Detroit in 1706

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Published by s.n. in [Cleveland, Ohio? .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 38941, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 38941
ContributionsVaudreuil de Cavagnal, Pierre François de Rigaud, marquis de, 1698- 1778
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (7 fr.).
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24446015M
ISBN 100665389418

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The Aboriginal Inhabitants of Connecticut By Luzerne Ray. Miscouaky (Miskouaky or Misconky or Miscoualzy) fl. was a minor Ottawa chief at Detroit. The account of the conflict at Detroit in between the various groups gathered there by Cadillac indicates the problems of having so many tribes in the area.

This affair, which happened when Cadillac was absent from Detroit, led to turmoil in the whole western area until Le Pesant, the supposed instigator, was. Page - Pontiac') death.

memory of the event; and its only annalists, men who held the intestine feuds of the savage tribes in no more account than the quarrels of panthers or wildcats, have left but a meagre record.

Yet enough remains to tell us that over the grave of Pontiac more blood was poured out in atonement, than flowed from the veins of the slaughtered heroes on the corpse of. Indian affairs around Detroit in Minnesota Native Americans, Minnesota Native Americans, Michigan Native Americans History, Indian and white in the Northwest, or, A history of Catholicity in Montana.

Military and genealogical records of the famous Indian woman, Nancy Ward. Navajo Springs, Colorado Ute Census, In Detroit courage was the fashion: the contribution of women to the development of Detroit from to Open Library. Indian Affairs Around Detroit in Open Library. Landmarks of Detroit: A History of the City Ancestry.

Landmarks of Detroit, Michigan, (included in U.S. County and Regional Histories and Atlases collection. By she was living at Detroit and was known as Mme La Chenette or Mme Techenet. When in late Étienne de Véniard* de Bourgmond, – Peter Wraxall, An abridgement of the Indian affairs contained in four folio volumes, transacted in the colony of New York, from the year to the yeared.

McIlwain. July Antoine de La Mothe Cadillac establishes a settlement at Detroit. He leads French soldiers and Algonquins to "le détroit" (the strait).

They build Fort Pontchartrain du détroit from logs. The goal is to protect the French fur trade in the Great Lakes from the English and Iroquois Fall and Early Winter. Cadillac asks Native Americans to settle in.

James Adair (c) was a pioneer Indian trader, author, and is said to have been born in County Antrim, Ireland. The known facts of his life are few, gathered in the main from the personal incidents narrated in his book, "The History of the American Indians" () and occasional references in South Carolina chronicles.

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Lewis Cass. July 5th. William Colquhoun is appointed Special Agent to the Choctaws, by Secretary of War, Lewis oun is ordered to go to the Choctaw Nation and consult with their leaders about their removal to Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma).: Arrested for murdering the wagon drivers in the raid on May 18th, Kiowas Satanta and Big Tree go on trial in Jacksboro, in north.

Indian affairs around Detroit in Speech of Miskouaki, an Ottawa chief to the Marquis Vaudreiul [!], governor general of Canada and his reply, September, ([Cleveland, Western Reserve Historical Society, ]), by Ottawa chief Miskouaki, Earl W. PRO De La Vergne, Charles Whittlesey, and Philippe de Rigaud Vaudreuil (page images at.

Detroit Jewish Chronicle. (Detroit, Mich.) US Newspaper Directory Echoes of Detroit's Jewish communities: a history Family History Library Indian Affairs Around Detroit in Open Library. Jewish American. (Detroit, Mich.) US Newspaper Directory Jewish Chronicle.

(Detroit, Mich.) US Newspaper Directory. Dau’s Detroit blue book and ladies’ address book, ; Dau’s Detroit blue book and ladies’ address book, ; Indian affairs around Detroit in ; Ionia, Michigan City Directory, ; Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan) J.W.

Weeks & Co.’s annual city directory of Detroit, for. This (New American Library, edition) is a good history of Indian life in the Americas before and after Columbus.

The author, who was U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs under FDR, is a clear admirer of the native cultures. Collier writes that the twin tasks of any culture are /5(6).

About this Item: (n. p.), 83, [1 (blank)] pp. B/w frontispiece. 8vo. /2" x /4" Catalogue from an exhibition at the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University, held in Bristol, Rhode Island, November 10 - Decem Very minimal wear to tips and edges.

This a proof copy, with a signed typewritten note from the author stapled to the flyleaf and minor ink proofing. The Indian miscellany: containing papers on the history, antiquities, arts, languages, religions, traditions and superstitions of the American aborigines ; with descriptions of their domestic life, manners, customs, traits, amusements and exploits ; travels and adventures in the Indian country ; incidents to border warfare; missionary relations, etc.

They are undated, but the indorsement and the record in Committee Book No. show that they were committed this day, "with the article 8ly in the first report on Indian affairs," to Mr.

[James] Duane, Mr. [Richard] Peters, Mr. [Daniel] Carroll, Mr. [Benjamin] Hawkins and Mr. [Arthur] Lee, who delivered a. If you have questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, contact Native American Affairs at [email protected] or We are pleased to assist with your inquiry or suggestions.

We are pleased to assist with your inquiry or suggestions. McKee was given formal command of Indian affairs in Upper Canada at the end of when he was appointed deputy superintendent and deputy inspector general of Indian affairs. After the British withdrew from Detroit inMcKee made his home on the Canadian side of the river.

At his death three years later he was living on the Thames River. In JuneHenry Hamilton, the British lieutenant governor for Quebec and Superintendent for Indian Affairs at Detroit, held a council at Detroit with all who would attend. His goal was simple: mobilize the western Indian nations to attack Americans all along the Ohio frontier, just as the Six Nations were doing along the northern frontier.

Indian affairs around Detroit in ; speech of Miskouaki, brother of Jean Le Blanc, an Ottawa of Detroit, who came from Mackinaw to the Manoir Menard to Monsieur, th{' Marquis de Vaudreuil, Sept.

26, [with the reply of Monsieur de Vaudreuil). The site of the former fort, north of the Rouge River, is now within the city of Detroit in the U.S. state of Michigan, an area bounded by Larned Street, Griswold Street, and the Civic Center (now occupied by office towers). The fort was taken over by the British after the French surrendered Montreal in during the French and Indian War (part of the Seven Years' War).

Cornell University Press fosters a culture of broad and sustained inquiry through the publication of scholarship that is engaged, influential, and of lasting g: Detroit.

Fort Detroit inhabitants who paid rent between -and includes those who paid no rent but are in the vicinity in or earlier, to - Laurent L’Evelille, Panis (slave) Indian, arrivedno rent. SOURCES: 1. EARLY Métis HISTORY 2.

Kaskaskia Under the French Regime, by: Natalia Marie Belting /Educator Norbert S. Hill Jr. (b. ) was born in Warren, Michigan near Detroit. His father was an Oneida/Mohawk and his mother a Canadian Cree.

His father, involved in Indian activism, founded the North American Indian Club, which provided support for urban Indians.of Abel Bingham to the Office of Indian Affairs, and a list dated prepared as part of a report to the Bureau of Indian Affairs which gives name, age, sex, and tribe of each student; names of teachers in the mission school at Sault Ste.

Marie; and a schedule of property belonging to the mission. Finding Aid Black Hawk, Sauk Chief,