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41. Results of the distribution of paintings, May 27th, 1854 Results of the distribution of paintings, May 27th, 1854 Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Ephemera; "The results of the Distribution of Paintings May 27th 1854." AMs, 1 p. (on blue paper)

42. Spotted fawn Spotted fawn Winter, George, 1810-1876. Spotted fawn;Indians of North America--Social life;Legends "The Spotted Fawn" AMs, 2 p. (1 sheet; on paper with embossed seal)

43. Story of Maconaqua, the lost sister of the Wyoming Story of Maconaqua, the lost sister of the Wyoming Winter, George, 1810-1876; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847; Indians of North America; "The Story of Maconaqua, the Lost Sister of the Wyoming" [probably written in the 1930's] TMs, 6 p. (with corrections in pencil and ink)

44. Tomb of an Indian chief Tomb of an Indian chief Tribal chiefs; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Death "The tomb of an Indian chief unrevised" [title from verso of last page] AMs, 3 p. (2 sheets) The decaying tomb of the chief evokes grave thoughts of mortality. The location in the forest, with a white...

45. Then followed another historical event Then followed another historical event Benache, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America; "Then followed another historical event..." [c. 1868?] AMs, 1 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance form)

46. Tippecanoe Battle Ground Tippecanoe Battle Ground Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Daviess, Joseph H. "Tippecanoe Battle Ground Octbr 6th 1840." AMs, 16p. (4 sheets, folded; with two photocopies) George Winter visited the battleground the afternoon of the 6th; description of the lovely trees, mainly oaks,...

47. Tippecanoe Battle Ground, Octbr. 8th, 1869 Tippecanoe Battle Ground, Octbr. 8th, 1869 Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.);Shaw, Hiram; Graves; Indians of North America; "Tippecanoe Battle Ground Octbr. 8th 1869." AMs, 3 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance forms)

48. Tippecanoe Battle Ground, the trees where Daviess fell, Nov. 7th-1811 Tippecanoe Battle Ground, the trees where Daviess fell, Nov. 7th-1811 Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.);Daviess, Joseph H.; Trees;Graves;Fences; "Tippecanoe Battle Ground. The Trees where Daviess Fell. Nov. 7th-1811." (title from verso of last page, written in pencil) AMs, 4 p. (3 sheets; written in pencil)

49. To-pin-e-bay, regarded by the whites as King of the Pottawattamis To-pin-e-bay, regarded by the whites as King of the Pottawattamis Indians of North America--Indiana;Potawatomi Indians; Painting; "To-pin-e-bay. Regarded by the whites as King of the Pottawat-tamis." (title from verso of first page) AMs, handwritten, 2 p.

50. Weesaw, the elder Weesaw, the elder Indians of North America--Indiana; Painting; "Weesaw. the elder." AMs,1 p. (written on back of part of distribution notice for Dec. 28, 1867)

51. Wm Wells Wm Wells Wells, William; Miami Indians; "Wm Wells" (in Cable Ball's handwriting; probably c. 1918-1920) AMs, 1 p. (written in pencil)

52. Y-auk-see, Pottawattamie chief Y-auk-see, Pottawattamie chief Indians of North America; Tribal chiefs; Potawatomi Indians; "Y-auk-see. Pottawattamie Chief" (title from verso of last page) AMs, 7 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance forms)

53. Yo-ca-top-kone. or Henry Taylor, the husband of 'Maurie' Yo-ca-top-kone. or Henry Taylor, the husband of 'Maurie' Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress; Indians of North America--Social life;Taylor, Henry;Walker, George B.; Ewing, George W. "Yo-ca-top-kone. or Henry Taylor, the husband of 'Maurie.'" (title from verso; Ms incomplete) AMs, 1 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance form)

54. Letter, 1838 June 24, Cincinnati, to George Winter, Logansport, Ind. Letter, 1838 June 24, Cincinnati, to George Winter, Logansport, Ind. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Debt; Winter, George, 1810-1876--Family; Families; Acknowledging George Winter letter of June 16. Advises George Winter not to worry about a debt he incurred in New York and has not yet paid. Suggests that their brother William Winter, who is doing well...

55. Miami woman Miami woman Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Women; Women; Portraits; Pencil works; Sketches; Art work by George Winter. A miami woman (written in ink, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#56" (in red ink). Circa 1837-1844.

56. Bishop Brute preaching 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....

57. Untitled (Emigration scene with mounted figure in foreground) Untitled (Emigration scene with mounted figure in foreground) Indians of North America--Indiana; Emigration & immigration; Horses; Ink drawings; Art work by George Winter. Emigration scene with mounted figure in foreground. Line of mounted Indians disappearing into distance; mounted Indian man galloping, with blanket streaming behind, in foreground....

58. Indian burial Indian burial Indians of North America--Indiana; Death; Indians of North America--Women; Women; Funeral processions; Ink drawings; Wash drawings; 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...

59. Indian encampment, figures representing the Indians eating watermelons Indian encampment, figures representing the Indians eating watermelons Indians of North America--Indiana; Indian encampments; Horses; Ink drawings; Art work by George Winter. Indian encampment. Figures representing the Indians eating water mellons (written in ink, upper left). Inscribed, upper left: "Indiana Sept 1839" (in pencil); verso, lower right:...

60. Journal Journal Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries;
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