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1. Lex Talioni : the Indian law : Knas-waw-kay alluded to Lex Talioni : the Indian law : Knas-waw-kay alluded to Indians of North America;Homicides;Revenge; Clippings; "Lex Talioni; the Indian Law. Knas-waw-kay alluded to" (title from verso) AMs, 1 p. (on back of preprinted insurance form; newsclipping from [Lafayette] Daily Journal, Sept. 30 [no year] glued to side)...

2. Burial place of Genl. John Tipton of U.S. Senate, Indiana Burial place of Genl. John Tipton of U.S. Senate, Indiana Tipton, John, 1786-1839;Tombs & sepulchral monuments;Trees "The burial place of Genl. John Tipton of U. S. Senate-Indiana" (title from verso, written in pencil, probably in 1873) AMs, 3p. (handwritten in pencil) Tipton was a great lover of trees, and preserved...

3. Journal Journal Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries; Logansport (Ind.); 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)

4. Letter, 1840 July 19, Logansport, to John Law, Vincennes Letter, 1840 July 19, Logansport, to John Law, Vincennes Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Handwritten letter From: John B. Dillon, Logansport, July 19, 1840 To: John Law, Vincennes ALS, 1 p. (1 sheet, folded) Letter of introduction for George Winter, with reference to his Indian paintings.

5. Killing of the Squaw, and the Revenge Killing of the Squaw, and the Revenge Indians of North America--Indiana;Indians of North America--Social life;Manners & customs;Death;Revenge "The Killing of the Squaw, and the Revenge. Conversation with J. B. Scott, formerly of Logansport, now of Delphi." (title from verso) AMs, 2 p. (handwritten on back of preprinted insurance forms)

6. Letter, 1839 Dec. 9, Indianapolis, to George Winter, Logansport Letter, 1839 Dec. 9, Indianapolis, to George Winter, Logansport Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Painting; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847; Letter From: S. S. Tipton, Indianapolis, Dec. 19, 1839 To: George Winter, Logansport ALS, 1 p. (1 sheet, folded) Reporting that Mr. Slocum has delegated Col Ewing to examine G.W.'s painting [of Frances]...

7. Indian memorandum Indian memorandum Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries; Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Meetings--Indiana; Indians of North America--Physical characteristics; Indians of North America--Social life; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847; 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.)...

8. Letter, 1862 Dec. 26, San Francisco, to George Winter Letter, 1862 Dec. 26, San Francisco, to George Winter Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Winter, George, 1810-1876--Family; Handwritten letter From: Charles Winter, San Francisco, Dec. 26, 1862 To: George Winter ALS, 4 p. (1 sheet, folded)

9. 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:

10. Prophet's Town, 1869, and Battle Ground of Tippecanoe Prophet's Town, 1869, and Battle Ground of Tippecanoe Prophetstown (Ind.); Shaw, John;Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813; Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Tippecanoe, Battle of (Ind. : 1811); Potawatomi Indians; "Prophet's Town-1869. and Battle Ground-of Tippecanoe" Ams, 7 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance forms)

11. 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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