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Miami Indians

Miami Indians

a research aid & selected bibliography

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Published by Miami University Libraries in Oxford, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miami Indians -- Bibliography,
  • Miami Indians -- Library resources,
  • Miami Indians -- History -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled by Janet Stuckey]
    GenreBibliography, Sources
    ContributionsStuckey, Janet, Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Libraries
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15591896M

    Miami people; Filed under: Miami Indians. Meearmeear Traditions (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ), by C. C. Trowbridge, ed. by W. Vernon Kinietz (page images at HathiTrust) The National Decline of the Miami Indians (originally presented ; Indianapolis: Bowen-Merill Co., ), by John B. Dillon (multiple formats at Indiana). Miami Nation of Indians of the State of Indiana. P.O. Box Peru, Indiana 80 W 6th Street. Email. General Inquiries [email protected] () -

    MiamiIndians. likes. Community Page for Indians in South Florida (MiamiDade, Broward & WestPalmBeach)5/5(1). The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's Historic Preservation Officer is responsible for the protection and preservation of culturally significant properties pertaining to the Miami's located in Indiana, Kansas, and Oklahoma. The THPO is located in Fort Wayne, Indiana to address issues related to Miami people. Miami Indians were living in the neighborhood of Green Bay, Wisconsin, when knowledge of the tribe first came to Europeans shortly after the middle of the seventeenth century. In they were at the headwaters of Fox River, but soon afterward they formed new settlements at the southern end of Lake Michigan and on Kalamazoo River, Michigan.

    Life among the Indians Young Frances Slocum was one of a family of peaceful Quakers from the Wyoming Valley, but latterly living in Lenape, Pennsylvania when, in , aged just five years old, she was abducted by a raiding party of Miami Indians and carried away into captivity/5.   The Miami Indians of Northern Indiana Scott Fields. Loading Unsubscribe from Scott Fields? Southern Ute Indian Tribe Snow Ceremony - Duration: LodgeatLionshead 9, views. ANCESTOR'S NAMES & PHOTOS© Wea & Miami Indian Surnames The Boxell-Haffner family tree, so far, is from - It includes many different nationalities. Among the members you will find Wea - Piankeshaw, Eel River, Miami, Potawatomi, Kaskaskia, French and others.


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SyntaxTextGen not activatedMiami Indian Fact Sheet. Native American Pdf For Pdf was written for young people learning about the Miamis for school or home-schooling reports. We encourage students and teachers to look through our main Miami language and culture pages for in-depth information about the tribe, but here are our answers to the questions we are most often asked by children, with Miami pictures and links we.- Explore sangelwings's board "Miami Tribe" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Native american indians, American indians and Native american pins.MIAMI The Miami Indians were an Algonquian tribe of 4, who lived in the Green Ebook, Wisconsin area in the middle of the 17 th century. They lived in this area when the French explorers contacted them in the ’s, in order to avoid attacks by the Iroquois.