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1. Notebook Notebook Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries 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...

2. Mem. relating to visit to Tippecanoe B.G. and to Prophet's Town after an absence of 29 years Mem. relating to visit to Tippecanoe B.G. and to Prophet's Town after an absence of 29 years Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Prophetstown (Ind.);Daviess, Joseph H.;Fences "Mem. relating to visit to Tippecanoe B.G. and To Prophet's Town-after an absence of 29 years" (title from verso) AMs, 1 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance form) A visit to the Battle Ground on...

3. Letter, 1871 July 19, Lafayette, to J. Slocum, Wilkes Barre, Penn. Letter, 1871 July 19, Lafayette, to J. Slocum, Wilkes Barre, Penn. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847; Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries; Painting;Indians of North America--Indiana Handwritten letter (copy) From: G.W., Lafayette, July 19, 1871 To: J. Slocum, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania ALS, 4 p. (1 sheet, folded)

4. 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.

5. Rope & whiskey : anecdote Rope & whiskey : anecdote Indians of North America;Whiskey; Indians of North America--Commerce "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)]...

6. 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.')

7. Letter, 1860 Jan. 24, Lafayette, Ind., to Palmer Letter, 1860 Jan. 24, Lafayette, Ind., to Palmer Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Painting; Art;Butler, J. D. Handwritten letter From: George Winter, Lafayette, January 24, 1860 To: Palmer ALS, 4 p. (one sheet, folded)

8. About the Slocum family 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)

9. Dog feast : soup at Dutrois' wigwam at Crooked Creek Dog feast : soup at Dutrois' wigwam at Crooked Creek Indians of North America--Social life; Food; "Dog Feast, Soup at Dutrois' wigwam at Crooked Creek" (title from verso of first page) AMs, 2 p.

10. Letter copy-book Letter copy-book Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Indians of North America--Indiana; Business & finance; Letter copy-book (18 sheets, 7 blank); includes:

11. 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...

12. Pee-ash-wah, son in law of Benache Pee-ash-wah, son in law of Benache Benache, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America; Ephemera; Untitled note, begins "Pee-ash-wah-son in Law of Benache..." AN, 1 p. (written in pencil and ink, on back of envelope) Note regarding Jos-ga's death at the hands of Peesh-che-wa.
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