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TCHA ID Number1-8(19)
Purdue ID NumberGWb1f8i20
TitleLake Kee-waw-nay, revisited in 1844
CreatorWinter, George, 1810-1876
Description"Lake Kee-waw-nay, Revisited in 1844" [title from verso of last page] AMs, 2 p. (2 sheets; written on back of preprinted insurance forms) In 1844, Mas-sa's double log cabin was still standing, occupied by the Bruce family. The lake was now only known as Bruce's Lake. O-ga-maus' wigwam and all other traces of Indian habitation had disappeared. The lovely parkland where the Council was held had become overgrown with brush, due to the felling of the larger trees and the cessation of the annual burning of the area by the Indians. The burial ground that they had kept carefully weeded was now overgrown. Most of the areas near the lake were now cornfields.
Indians of North America--Indiana
Winter, George, 1810-1876
RepositoryTippecanoe County Historical Association
RightsImages in the George Winter Collection should not be used without written permission from the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. To obtain reproduction rights and prices, contact the Tippecanoe County Historical Association, http://www.tcha.mus.in.us
Date of Original1844
Extent of Original2 p. ; 34 cm.
CollectionGeorge Winter Collection
Date Digitized7/26/2006
Capture DeviceEpson Expression 10000XL Photo Scanner
Capture DetailsSilverfast 6.4.1 r8c by Lazersoft
Resolution300 ppi
Color Depth24 bit
Color ManagementMonaco EZcolor using an IT8 target
URI ark:/34231/c67d2s2z