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1. 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")

2. Letter, 1849 Oct. 18, Logansport, Ind., to B.F. Tefft, Cincinnati, Ohio Letter, 1849 Oct. 18, Logansport, Ind., to B.F. Tefft, Cincinnati, Ohio Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Painting; Business & finance; Indians of North America; Legends; Handwritten letter (copy) From: George Winter, Logansport, October 18, 1849 To: Professor (Reverend) T.B. Teft, Cincinnati ALS, 8 p. (two sheets, folded)

3. 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.)...

4. 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...

5. 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...

6. Journal Journal Winter, George, 1810-1876--Diaries; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; George Winter's experiences in 1837 [probably written much later], AMs, 26 p. (in hard-covered book of lined paper; remaining pages blank; numbered by G.W., in pencil, p. 1-26)

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

8. Prophet's Town and Tippecanoe B.G., 1840 Prophet's Town and Tippecanoe B.G., 1840 Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.);Prophetstown (Ind.);Drawing "Prophet's Town and Tippecanoe B.G. 1840." (title from verso of last page; this copy obviously written later than that date, in 1860's or early 1870's.) AMs, 8p. (written on back of preprinted insurance...

9. Letter, 1839 Sept. 4, Peru, to D. Letter, 1839 Sept. 4, Peru, to D. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847;Peru (Ind.);Canals Letter (copy) From: George Winter, Peru, September 4, 1839 ("memoranda when I was at Peru, 1st") To: D. AL (unsigned), 3 p. (one sheet, folded; handwritten) Comments on the human condition and a spirit...

10. 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)

11. 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...

12. 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.

13. Weesaw, the elder Weesaw, the elder Indians of North America--Indiana; Painting; "Weesaw. the elder." AMs,1 p. (written on back of part of distribution notice for Dec. 28, 1867)

14. Letter, 1839 Oct. 14, Logansport, to J. Slocum Letter, 1839 Oct. 14, Logansport, to J. Slocum Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Slocum, Francis, 1773-1847; Painting; Indians of North America; Superstitions; Business & finance; Handwritten letter (copy) , incomplete From: [George Winter], Logansport, Oct. 14, 1839 To: J. Slocum AL, 3 p. (one sheet, folded)

15. 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:

16. 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)

17. 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)

18. 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)

19. Wm Wells Wm Wells Wells, William; Miami Indians; "Wm Wells" (in Cable Ball's handwriting; probably c. 1918-1920) AMs, 1 p. (written in pencil)
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