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21. Transcription of letter, 1838 Jan. 7, Logansport, Ind., to Col. A.C. Pepper Transcription of letter, 1838 Jan. 7, Logansport, Ind., to Col. A.C. Pepper Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Indians of North America--Indiana;Painting Note, begins "Geo Winter to Col A C Pepper copy of letter Dated Logansport Ind Jany 7 1838..." (in Cable Ball's handwriting, probably c. 1918-1920) AN, 2 p. (1 sheet, written in pencil) Transcription or...

22. 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...

23. Today was presented with a likeness Today was presented with a likeness Miami Indians; Tribal chiefs;Godfroy, Francis, 1788-1840;Mississinewa, Battle of (Ind. : 1812) [untitled notes, dated April 26, 1873, begins "Today was presented with a likeness..."] AMs, 3 p. (on back of printed circular for distribution of George Winter's painting December 28, 1872)

24. 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.

25. Tippecanoe Battle-ground fence Tippecanoe Battle-ground fence Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Fences; Clippings; Newspaper clipping "Tippecanoe Battle-ground Fence," November 12, 1873, from an unspecified Lafayette newspaper; 1 item

26. 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)

27. 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)

28. 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,...

29. 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)

30. Swa-go, Pottawattamie Indian Swa-go, Pottawattamie Indian Indians of North America--Indiana;Potawatomi Indians;Alcoholism "Swa-go. Pottawattamie Indian" (title from verso of last page) AMs, handwritten, 3 p. (written on paper with embossed seal reading "Croton")

31. Surprise on the Wabash Surprise on the Wabash Expeditions & surveys; Indians of North America; Clippings; Newspaper clipping "The Surprise on the Wabash" [c. July 1868] 1 item

32. Sun-go-waw Sun-go-waw Sun-go-wah, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.

33. Sun-go-waw Sun-go-waw Indians of North America--Indiana; Emigration & immigration; Tribal chiefs;Christianity "Sun-go-waw." AMs, handwritten, 4 p. Sun-go-waw, although not mentioned in the treaties made between Pepper and the Potawatamis, was nonetheless an important man, and was one of the leaders made prisoner...

34. 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)

35. 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)

36. Spirit rocks : old Shields' story Spirit rocks : old Shields' story Indians of North America--Spiritual life; "Spirit Rocks. Old Shields' Story" (title from verso of first page) AMs, 2 p. (handwritten on paper with embossed seal reading "L.L.B.&Co.')

37. Small scene with figures on horseback Small scene with figures on horseback Indians of North America--Indiana; Horses; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.

38. Small scene Small scene Indians of North America--Indiana; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.

39. Small scene Small scene Indians of North America--Indiana; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.

40. Small scene Small scene Indians of North America--Indiana; Horses; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.
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