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The Huron-Wendat Feast of the Dead: Indian-European Encounters in Early North America (Witness to History)
The Huron-Wendat Feast of the Dead: Indian-European Encounters in Early North America (Witness to History)
by Erik R. Seeman
Hardcover from The Johns Hopkins University Press
 
The Last French and Indian War: An Inquiry into a Safe-Conduct Issued in 1760 That Acquired the Value of a Treaty in 1990
The Last French and Indian War: An Inquiry into a Safe-Conduct Issued in 1760 That Acquired the Value of a Treaty in 1990
by Denis Vaugeois, Kathe Roth
Hardcover from McGill-Queen's University Press
 
Yourowquains: A Wyandot Indian Queen: The Story of Caty Sage
Yourowquains: A Wyandot Indian Queen: The Story of Caty Sage
by Bill Bland
Hardcover from Historical Pub Co
 
An Ethnography of the Huron Indians, 1615-1649 (Iroquois and Their Neighbors)
An Ethnography of the Huron Indians, 1615-1649 (Iroquois and Their Neighbors)
by Elisabeth Tooker
Paperback from Syracuse University Press
 
A Population History of the Huron-Petun, A.D. 500-1650 (Studies in North American Indian History)
A Population History of the Huron-Petun, A.D. 500-1650 (Studies in North American Indian History)
by Gary Warrick
Hardcover from Cambridge University Press
 
Huron (North American Indians Today)
Huron (North American Indians Today)
by Autumn Libal, Martha McCollough
Library Binding from Mason Crest Publishers
 
The Huron, Farmers of the North (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology)
by Bruce G. Trigger
(Paperback)

An Ethnography of the Huron Indians, 1615-1649 (The Iroquois and Their Neighbors)
by Elizabeth Tooker, Elisabeth Tooker
(Hardcover - May 1991)

Yourowquains: A Wyandot Indian Queen: The Story of Caty Sage
by Bill Bland
Book Description Historical biography of Caty Sage, a five year old white girl, kidnapped from her home in Elk Creek, Virginia in 1792. She was carried on horseback to a Cherokee Indian camp at Trade, Tennessee, where she was traded by her kidnappers to a Cherokee tribe. Four days after her capture, she was taken on a grueling 600 mile trek north which included a wold canoe ride down the New and Kanawha Rivers. In Ohio she was adopted by Wyandot Indians and named "Yourowquains." At seventeen she married Tarhe, Chief of the Wyandots. At age twenty-eight she became Tarhe's widow. Under an 1817 treaty with the U.S. Government, Caty received a large tract of Ohio land. She later married Tauyaurontoyou, a noble Wyandot warrior and leader who too became a chief. Tauyaurontoyou became a licensed Methodist minister and famous preacher under his translated name, "Between-the-Logs." Following the death of Between-the-Logs, Caty married an Indian warrior named Frost. Two years later she was again widowed. In 1843 Caty and her Wyandot Tribe were driven out of Ohio by relentless U.S. Government pressure urged on by land-hungry whites. She and her fellow Wyandots traveled in wagons across Ohio and by steamboats from Ohio to Kansas. In Kansas, Caty build a new life among many hardships. Trauma had erased her childhood memory, but after a life as an Indian with much persecution by whites, one day in 1848 fate put her face-to-face with a brother she had never met. At last "Yourowquains" learned her own identity; and her aged mother learned her little golden-haired daughter's fate.
Hardcover: 266 pages
Publisher: Historical Pub Co; ; (March 1, 1992)
ISBN: 0963413309

Running Bear: Grandson of Red Snake
by Running Bear, George McMullen
(Paperback)

A Vocabulary of Wyandot by Col. John Johnson
Hardcover: 45 pages
Arx Pub; ISBN: 1889758329; (December )

Red Snake
by George McMullen
(Paperback - June 1993)

Ethnophilosophical and Ethnolinguistic Perspectives on the Huron Indian Soul
by Michael M. Pomedli
(Hardcover - December 1991)

Indian Tales of C. C. Trowbridge: Collected from Wyandots, Miamis, and Shawanoes
by C.E. Schorer (Editor)
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