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    • Aboriginal equestrians

    • Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Horses; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter. Aboriginal equestrians (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "Logansport Ina June 1837 Pottawatamies-" (in pencil); upper right: "#71" (in red ink).
    • About the Slocum family

    • Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847--Family;Williamsport (Ind.)
    • "About the Slocum Family" AMs, 1 p. (handwritten in pencil; grocery list on reverse) Accession number 4743(1) (in red ink)
    • Art Union

    • Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Clippings;
    • Newspaper clipping "Art Union", dated in pencil 1852; 1 item
    • Ash-kum

    • Ash-kum, Potawatomi chief; Indians of North America--Indiana; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter.
    • Ben-Ache

    • Benache, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Portraits; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter. Ben-Ache (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "No 33 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#26" (in red ink). Rectangular pencil outline for potential composition area. Circa 1860s.
    • Bishop Brute preaching

    • Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress; Indians of North America--Women; Indians of North America--Spiritual life; Women; Bishops; Brute de Remur, Simon William Gabriel, 1779-1839; Ink drawings;
    • Art work by George Winter. Bishop Brute preaching to a concourse of connected Pottawattamie Indians near Logansport Indiana Augst. 16th. 1838 (written in ink, lower right). Inscribed, lower right: "G. Winter" (in ink); upper right: "#65" (in red...
    • Brouillette was born at Fort Harrison

    • Brouillette;Forts & fortifications; Ephemera;
    • "Brouillette was born at Fort Harrison ..." [untitled notes] AN, 1 p. Brouillette was born at Fort Harrison in 1789 and was two years old when Ouiatenon was destroyed. List of locations of other forts; calculations (of Brouillette's age?).
    • Burial of war chief Tob-bass

    • Indians of North America; Tribal chiefs; Funeral rites & ceremonies;
    • "The Burial of War Chief Tob-bass, 1830 Obtained from Humphrey Cass. Upper Prophet's Town." (title from verso of first page) AMs, 4 p. (2 sheets, one folded; written on back of preprinted insurance forms)
    • Burial place of Genl. John Tipton of U.S. Senate, Indiana

    • Tipton, John, 1786-1839;Tombs & sepulchral monuments;Trees
    • "The burial place of Genl. John Tipton of U. S. Senate-Indiana" (title from verso, written in pencil, probably in 1873) AMs, 3p. (handwritten in pencil) Tipton was a great lover of trees, and preserved many great trees on property that he...
    • Capt Flowers grave no. 12

    • Flowers, Captain; Indians of North America--Indiana; Graves; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter. Capt Flowers Grave No 12 (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 5.2 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#9" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • D-mouche-kee-kee-awh

    • D-mouche-kee-kee-awh, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Women; Potawatomi Indians; Women; Portraits; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter. D-mouche-kee-kee-awh (written in light blue-green watercolor, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 2.9 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#36b" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Deaf Man's Village

    • Indians of North America--Indiana; Villages; Watercolors;
    • Watercolor by George Winter. The Deaf Man's Village (written in watercolor, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 5.1 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#4" (in red ink). Circa 1860-1870s.
    • Death of Blackbird

    • Blackbird, Potawatomi Chieftain; Potawatomi Indians; Death; Massacres;
    • "Death of Blackbird" "Part missing" [title from verso, in pencil] [c. 1873?] AMs,1 p. Article to be published in Inter Ocean, inspired by the recent death of Blackbird at age 91, recalling the bloody deeds of his band at the Chicago massacre of...
    • Distribution of paintings

    • Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Circulars;
    • Printed circular "Distribution of Paintings," Evansville, Dec. 16, 1853; 1 item (on blue paper; crude pancil sketches on verso)

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