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1. 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...

2. Letter, 1837 Aug. 9, Logansport, to H. Letter, 1837 Aug. 9, Logansport, to H. Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress; Indians of North America--Dance; Indians of North America--Government relations;Indians of North America--Women Handwritten letter (copy) From: G.W., Logansport, August 9, 1837 To: H. (for publication in the Logansport Telegraph, November 25, 1837) ALS, 5 p. Description of an Indian dance following the council concerning...

3. Joseph Barron, Indian interpreter on the Tippecanoe Battle Ground Joseph Barron, Indian interpreter on the Tippecanoe Battle Ground Barron, Joseph; Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Tippecanoe, Battle of (Ind. : 1811);Tenskwatawa, Shawnee Prophet; "Joseph Barron-Indian Interpreter on the Tippecanoe Battle Ground-1840" (title from verso, written in pencil) AMs, 2 p. (written in pencil)

4. 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

5. Letter, 1844 Aug. 17, Logansport, to George Winter, Dayton, Ohio Letter, 1844 Aug. 17, Logansport, to George Winter, Dayton, Ohio Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Painting;Political campaigns; Political elections Handwritten letter From: Horace P. Biddle, Logansport, August 17, 1844 To: George Winter, Dayton, Ohio ALS, 3 p. (one sheet, folded) Acknowledging G.W. letter of August 1, in which he reports that there...

6. 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

7. Letter, 1861 Nov. 16, Dalles City, Or., to parents and sister Letter, 1861 Nov. 16, Dalles City, Or., to parents and sister Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Winter, George, 1810-1876--Family;United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 Handwritten letter From: George Winter, Jr., Dalles City, Oregon, Nov. 16, 1861 To: "Parents and Sister" [G.W. and family], [Lafayette] ALS, 4 p. (-1 sheet, folded)

8. 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)

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

10. 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...
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