'The Wyandots: Being the History of an American Indian Nation Whose Warriors Never   Save
'The Wyandots: Being the History of an American Indian Nation Whose Warriors Never Surrendered'
Description: Complete history of the Wyandot Indians written by Don C. Seitz of Fairfield County, Ohio. This typed draft with corrections includes a glossary of Wyandot language (p. 265-270) compiled by N. O. Walker and Mary McKee, and a muster roll of all Wyandot Indians who emigrated west of the Mississippi River in July 1843 (p. 359-361). Chapters include "The Nation," "The Sandusky Country," "The Turmoil,"Dunmore, Logan, Cornstalk," "The Moravians," "The Massacre of the Christians," "Battle Island," "Tymochte," "Escape of Knight and Slover," "Unsettled Relationships," "The Defeats of Harmar and St. Clair," "Efforts at Peace," "Wayne's Victory," "Boone, Kenton, Poe," "Tecumseh and the Prophet," "Eighteen Hundred and Twelve," "The Missions," "The Pressure," "The Migration," "Life in the West," "Kansas-Nebraska," "The Canadian Remnant," "The White Indians," "Government and Society," "Traditions," and "Characteristics." View on Ohio Memory.
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Subjects: American Indian history and society; American Indians in Ohio; Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Wyandot Indians--History;
Places: Ohio