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    • Indian burial, Kee-waw-nay Village 1837

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Indian burial Kee-waw-nay Village 1837 (written in blue watercolor, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 3.9 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower center: "No 20" (in pencil); upper right: "#8"...
    • Indian memorandum

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    • Notebook On cover: "Indian memorandum, Geo. Winter, Lafayette, 1861" AMs, 30 p. (with leather cover; written in ink and pencil; 8 pp. blank. Newsclippings and additional papers inserted at front and back.)
    • Old Aub-bee-new bee's-son

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Old Aub-bee-new bee's-son (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower center: "Logansport-1838." (in pencil); upper right: "#51" (in red ink); verso: rough pencil sketch, possibly of torso.
    • No-taw-kah

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. No-taw-kah (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, lower center: "In the Treaty of /36 our guide to Lake Kee-waw-nay Village of Kee-waw-nay July 27th 1837" (in pencil); upper right: "#55" (in red ink"; verso, upper...
    • Indian burial

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Indian Burial (written in pencil, lower right). Inscribed, lower center: " No 3" (in pencil); verso, lower center: "Indian Burial Scene No 3" (in pencil); upper left: calculations, "6 feet 5 inches" (in pencil). Group...
    • Aboriginal equestrians

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    • 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).
    • Sin-is-quaw, pebble, wife of Tom Robb

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Sin-is-quaw. /pebble/wife of Tom Robb (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, lower center: "Kee-waw-nay Village - Indiana July20th 1837."; upper right: "#49" (in red ink); lower left: "Sin-is-quaw - [Pebble?]" (in...
    • Queh-mee

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Queh-mee (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower right: "Sketched at Kee-waw-nay Village 1837" (in pencil); upper right: "#52" (in red ink).
    • Nancy Elizabeth Robb, daughter of Sin is quaw

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Nancy.Elizabeth.Robb. daughter of Sin is quaw (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "April 1850 Dauter of Sin-is-squaw" (in pencil); "Nancy. Elizabeth. Robb." (in pencil); "185[?]" (in pencil); upper...
    • Jim Godfroy

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Jim Godfroy (written in blue watercolor, block capitals, lower center; upper edge is 4 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower center: "Son of Francis Godfroy" (in pencil); "No 34" (in pencil); upper...
    • Yo-ca-top-kone

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Yo-ca-top-kone (written in grey-green watercolor, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 2.6 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 7. George Winter"; lower center: "Married Maurie" (in...
    • No-taw-kah

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. No-taw-kah (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 2.4 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower center: "In the treaty of 1836 Geo Winters Guide to Lake Kee-wau-nay" (in pencil);...
    • Letter, 1839 Sept. 4, Peru, to D.

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    • Letter (copy) From: George Winter, Peru, September 4, 1839 ("memoranda when I was at Peru, 1st") To: D. AL (unsigned), 3 p. (one sheet, folded; handwritten) Comments on the human condition and a spirit of initiative. Man is...
    • Untitled (Line of mounted figures)

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    • Art work by George Winter. Line of mounted figures. Inscribed, upper right: "#79" (in red ink); verso, left margin: "Mr. [?] [?] 2nd [?] to [Th---] [?] (Friday) 4th" (in pencil); verso: list of names, aligned with list of numbers (dollar amounts?)...
    • Jim - God[f]roy

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Jim-God[f]roy (written in pencil, lower left). Inscribed, lower center: "Son of [?] Francis Godfroy [Miami?]" (in pencil, smudged); upper right: "#6a" (in red ink). Circa 1837?
    • Pottawattamie Indians

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Pottawattamie Indians (written in pencil, lower left). Inscribed, lower center: "Logansport, Aug [?] 1837" (written in pencil over earlier pencil inscription); upper right: "#80" (in red ink).
    • Indians resting Augt 10, 1837, near Logansport

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Indians resting Augt 10 1837 near Logansport (written in pencil, lower right, over previous faint pencil title). Inscribed, upper right: "#73" (in red ink); lower left: "A Miami Indian spancelling his horse" (in pencil).
    • Wewissa

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Wewissa (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#48" (in red ink). Pencil lines on front and verso indicate outlines for compositional areas and match up with similar outlines on K-15, which is...
    • Saw-Waw-Gut

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Saw-Waw-Gut (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#33" (in red ink); lower center: "No 32" (in pencil). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Francis Godfroy, war-chief

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Francis Godfroy War-chief (written in diluted ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 6.0 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 4. George Winter"; upper right: "#30c" (in red ink);...
    • Letter, circa 1839, to C.

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    • Handwritten letter (copy?) From: [George Winter?] [n.d.; early 1839?] [Logansport?] To: C. [Sands?] AL (unsigned), 2 p. (one sheet) Stained and torn Thanking (Sands) for his attempts to influence the Indian...
    • Miami Indian girl no 26

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Miami Indian Girl No 26 (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#63" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Osage Village 1839

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Osage Village 1839 (written in ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge located 3.7 cm. from lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#67" (in red ink); lower center: "No 14" (in pencil). Circa...
    • Logansport, June, 1837

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Logansport June 1837 (written in ink, lower left). Indian man leaning against horse. Inscribed, lower left: "GW."; lower right: "No 29 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#74" (in red ink); lower center: "Pottawattamie Indian"...
    • Ben-Ache

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    • 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.
    • Miss en nah go gwah

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Miss en nah go gwah (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 22. George W" (part of inscription cut off); upper right: "#37" (in red ink); lower center: "Miss En-Nah-go-gwah" (in...
    • Mother of We-wis-sa

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. The mother of We-wis-sa (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "No 39 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#42" (in red ink). Ruled rectangular box (in pencil) around composition. Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Miami Indian no 21

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Miami Indian No 21 (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#39" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Sin-is-qua

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Sin-is-qua. (written in ink and light blue watercolor, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 3.9 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#38" (in red ink); lower center: "No 17" (in pencil)....
    • No-wash-moan

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. No-wash-moan (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 6.9 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#43" (in red ink); lower center: "(Rest) No 19" (in pencil). Circa...
    • Journal on a trip to Indian Council 1838

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    • Journal "Journal on a trip to Indian Council 1838" AMs, 22p. (11 sheets; written in pencil and ink) Account of trip to Rochester on July 18, with a party including [Elihu] Kendall and "Wilson." Description of the forested countryside, but...
    • Lake Man-i-tou : Indian tradition part missing

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    • "Lake Man-i-tou Indian Tradition part missing" (title from verso of last page, handwritten in pencil) AMs, 2p. The legend of the Lake Manitou monster excited much attention in the press in 1838. When George Winter was travelling to an Indian...
    • Plan of Battle of Tippecanoe

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    • "Plan of Battle of Tippecanoe" (title from verso, written in pencil) AMs, 1 p. (on verso of preprinted insurance form) Layout of government forces on the battleground, with commanders' names noted.
    • Rope & whiskey : anecdote

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    • "Rope & whiskey - anecdote" [title taken from verso) AMS, 1 p. (written on back of partial circular for distribution of paintings, Dec. 28, 1867; written in pencil) [remainder of circular on verso of 2-34(12)]
    • Deaf Man's Village

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    • 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.
    • Mendicant Indians

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Mendicant Indians (written in black watercolor, solid capitals, lower center; lower edge is 4.4 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower left: "No 40 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#34" (in red ink). Circa...
    • Indian camp

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Indian Camp (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 25. George Winter."; upper right: "#24" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.
    • Indian burial

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    • Art work by George Winter. Indian Burial (written in pencil, lower right). Inscribed, verso, lower center: "Indian Bural Scene No.1 near Lake Kee-waw-nay- Indiana" (written in pencil). Long single file of women in Indian dress following bier...
    • Bishop Brute preaching

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    • 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...
    • Miami woman

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    • Art work by George Winter. A miami woman (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#56" (in red ink). Circa 1837-1844.
    • Kaw-Kawk-Kay

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Kaw-Kawk-Kay (written in ink, lower right). Inscribed, lower right: "Known in Treaty of Augst. 5 1836"; upper right: "#50" (in red ink). See G-357 for sketch. Circa 1837.
    • Pot-ta-wat ta-mie chief

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Pot-ta-wat ta-mie Chief (written in faded reddish-purple watercolor, block capitals, upper center; upper edge is 3.0 cm. above upper edge of composition). I-o-wah (written in red watercolor, block capitals, lower...
    • Capt Flowers grave no. 12

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    • 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

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    • 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.
    • Francis Godfroy, war-chief

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    • Watercolor by George Winter. Francis Godfroy. War-chief (written in diluted ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 8.6 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 3. George Winter"; upper right: "#28b" (in red ink)....
    • Notebook

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    • Notebook; inscribed on flyleaf "Geo Winter, Lafayette, Inda., May 14, 1864" Notes and comments regarding Indian and early Indiana history AMs, 100 p. (written in ink and pencil. Notebook bound in dark blue leather.)
    • Journal

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    • George Winter's experiences in 1837 [probably written much later], AMs, 26 p. (in hard-covered book of lined paper; remaining pages blank; numbered by G.W., in pencil, p. 1-26)
    • Journal

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    • Journal Entried; dated Dec. 8, 1840-Jan. 22, 1841; also quotations, account records, one pencil sketch, misc. other material AMs, 75 p. (additional pages blank; some notations in pencil)

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