6 edition of Schoolcraft and Allen--expedition to northwest Indians found in the catalog.
|Series||Doc. / 23d Cong., 1st sess., House ;, no. 323|
|Contributions||Allen, James, 1806-1846., Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.|
|LC Classifications||F597 .U554|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||08033593|
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Allen and H.B. [i.e. R.] Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians in by United : Schoolcraft and Allen - expedition to Northwest Indians: Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a map and report of Lieut. Allen and H.B. [sic] Schoolcraft's visit to the Northwest Indians in Ap by James Allen ().
Schoolcraft's descriptions of the unsettled land and its native plants and animals are wonderful. Prof. Raferty has added an appendix which provides a day by day account of Schoolcraft's journey and the modern reference points with amazing accuracy.
This is a great book for anyone with an interest in the history and geography of the Ozarks by: 7. Through meticulous research and documentation, a compelling answer to the strangest event of all, the accusation that John Tanner murdered James Schoolcraft, has been carefully developed.
The book is not just another story of children raised in Indian captivity, it is the personal account of John Tanner, told in his own by: 7. Correspondence, journals, articles, books, manuscript magazines, poetry, speeches, government reports, Indian vocabularies, maps, drawings, and other papers reflecting Schoolcraft's career as a glass manufacturer in New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont; mineralogist on an exploring expedition in the Ozark Mountains; geologist on the Cass expedition to the Northwest Territory; leader of.
Loved this book. It was so informative about the land, Indians and how they lived. The book had pages and very easy to read and understand. I wish the book included maps of the trails they took. But the book I loved.
Thank you Cheryl Morgan to finally tell the truth and the government cover ups about what really happened to themReviews: 6. Henry Rowe Schoolcraft () was an explorer, Indian agent, and early ethnologist of Native American culture who joined an expedition organized by Governor Cass of Michigan in Its purpose was to locate the Mississippi River's sources, to explore the Great Lakes region, and to describe its significant topographical features, natural history, and mineral wealth.
Henry Rowe Schoolcraft Papers A Finding Aid to the Collection in the Library of Congress geologist on the Cass expedition to the Northwest Territory, leader of expeditions throughout the Great Lakes and characteristics of the American Indian.
Schoolcraft also wrote about the past and future roles of the federal government toward the. Schoolcraft and Allen--expedition to northwest Indians: letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a map and report of Lieut.
Allen and H.B. [i.e. R.] Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians. Schoolcraft and Allen--expedition to northwest Indians: letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a map and report of Lieut.
Allen and H.B. [i.e. R.] Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians in (Book, )  Get this from a library. Schoolcraft and Allen--expedition to northwest Indians: letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a map and report of Lieut.
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Allen and H.B. Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians. Inshe led Henry Rowe Schoolcraft and his expedition to the headwaters of the Mississippi. As a result, Schoolcraft gifted her a medal to designate her chief of the local Ojibwe.
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Indians of the Pacific Northwest: From the Coming of the White Man to the Present DayCited by: 6. From November to FebruarySchoolcraft explored land from Potosi, Missouri, southwest to the White River, northwest to near Springfield, Missouri, then south by canoe on the White River to present-day Batesville (Independence County), and finally northeast again to Missouri.
In he was appointed Indian agent for tribes in the Upper Great Lakes region. The following year he married Jane Johnston, an educated and accomplished woman of Ojibwa and Scots-Irish ancestry. Jane helped Schoolcraft gather and record Native American languages, history, folklore, and customs.
This is the autobiographical account of an explorer, government administrator, and scholar whose researches into the language and customs of the Chippewa and other Native American peoples of the Great Lakes region are considered milestones in nineteenth-century ethnography.
After a childhood in Hamilton, New York, Schoolcraft gained attention for the reports and journals he wrote on trips west. Indians of the Pacific Northwest: A History (Volume ) (The Civilization of the American Indian Series) [Robert H.
Ruby, John A. Brown, Alvin Josephy Jr.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Indians of the Pacific Northwest: A History (Volume ) (The Civilization of the American Indian Series)Cited by: 7. Borken Footnotes: To Table of Contents The War Department, Schoolcraft and Allen-Expedition to Northwest Indians, House Doc.23rd Congress, 1st sess., p.
10 Edmund Jefferson Danziger Jr., Congress, House of Representatives, The War Department, Schoolcraft and Allen-Expedition to Northwest Indians, p. 86 Cleland. Tecumseh is located in Lenawee County which owes its name to the work of one Henry Schoolcraft, famed ethnographer of Michigan's Indian peoples.
According to the Michigan DNR website: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, author and Indian agent, mixed words and syllables from Native American, Arabian and Latin languages to make up Native American-sounding Author: Stephen Bridenstine.
Maps centered on Northwest Wisconsin, circa Regarding the Source of the Mississippi River: Farmer's famous map shows a great amount of detail and was used (with caution) in the Schoolcraft-Allen Expedition which visited the Northwest Indians and sought to determine the ultimate source of the Mississippi River.
Lac La Biche (the French name for "Elk Lake") was long. Allen, James A. [Full title:] Schoolcraft and Allen – Expedition to North-West Indians. Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a Map and Report of Lieut.
Allen and H. Schoolcraft's Visit to the Northwest Indians in Ap Read, and laid upon the table. Gales & Seaton, Washington. Schoolcraft and Allen. Expedition to North-West Indians () Narrative journals of travels from Detroit Northwest through the Great Chain of American Lakes to the sources of the Mississippi river in the year () Documents sur Henry Rowe Schoolcraft () (1.
MAP SOURCES. These map pages (i.e., Parts 1 and 2) are based on my collection of original old maps – most of which were obtained with moderate expense through eBay. James Allen's map of the St. Croix and Brule Rivers area (as presented in Map 4) was copied from an original edition of Schoolcraft's book housed in the Wisconsin Historical Society Library archives.
Schoolcraft and Allen--expedition to northwest Indians [electronic resource]: letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a map and report of Lieut. Allen and H.B. [i.e. H.R.] Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians in At the same time that Eastman’s Indian paintings were gaining national attention, he was angling for a new assignment.
Congress had authorized the publication of a major study of the American Indian to be written by explorer and former Indian agent Henry Schoolcraft, and the post of illustrator for the book Author: Historynet Staff. Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a map and report of Lieut.
Allen and H.B. Schoolcraft's visit to the northwest Indians in [James Allen; Henry Rowe Schoolcraft; United States.
War Department.] Schoolcraft and Allen, expedition to northwest Indians: Reviews. User-contributed reviews Book\/a>, schema:MediaObject\/a>. This edition recovers Elizabeth Oakes Smith’s successful novel The Western Captive; or, The Times of Tecumseh and includes many of Oakes Smith’s other writings about Native Americans, including short stories, legends, and autobiographical and biographical sketches.
The Western Captive portrays the Shawnee leader as an American hero and the white heroine’s spiritual. The Lewis Cass expedition, which cost $6, resulted in a series of anonymous articles in the Detroit Gazette in the winter ofa page book by Henry Schoolcraft, and at least 15 scientific papers. ACLS Humanities E-Books is a digital collection of 2, full-text titles offered by the American Council of Learned Societies in collaboration with nineteen learned societies, nearly contributing publishers, and librarians at the University of Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office.
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Inthe year Michigan attained statehood, Henry Rowe Schoolcraft estimated the Native American population to be 7,Author: Erik Ponder. Ozhaguscodaywayquay (Ozhaawashkodewekwe: Woman of the Green Glade), also called Neengay (Ninge: "My mother") or Susan Johnston (c.
– c. ), was an important figure in the Great Lakes fur trade before the War of She married the British fur trader John Johnston, a "wintering partner" of the North West had prominent roles in the crossroads society of Sault Ste.
Marie. Norma Schoolcraft passed away on October 6, in Afton, Michigan. Funeral Home Services for Norma are being provided by Lintz Funeral Home - Indian : Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Notes Originally issued in eight numbers with paper covers bearing title: Oneota, or The red race of : Indian Lake is a lake in Schoolcraft County, Michigan, United ing six miles long and three miles wide, and covering 8, acres (3, ha), it is the fourth largest inland lake on Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Indian Lake is bordered by the two units of Indian Lake State Park on its south and west shores and by Palms Book State Park on its northwest countries: United States.