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21. Logansport Indiana, June, 1837 (Group of Indians, two horses) Logansport Indiana, June, 1837 (Group of Indians, two horses) Indians of North America--Indiana; Logansport (Ind.); Horses; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Logansport Indiana June 1837 (written in ink and pencil, lower right). Inscribed, lower right: "GW" (in pencil); upper right: "#70" (in red ink).

22. Ben-Ache Ben-Ache Benache, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Ben-Ache (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "No 33 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#26" (in red ink). Rectangular pencil outline for potential composition...

23. Miss en nah go gwah Miss en nah go gwah Miss-en-nah-go-gwah, Potawatomi Indian; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Crosses; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Miss en nah go gwah (written in pencil, block capitals, lower center). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 22. George W" (part of inscription cut off); upper right: "#37" (in red...

24. Mother of We-wis-sa Mother of We-wis-sa Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Women; Women; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. The mother of We-wis-sa (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, lower left: "No 39 Geo Winter"; upper right: "#42" (in red ink). Ruled rectangular box (in pencil) around...

25. Jim Godfroy Jim Godfroy Godfroy, Jim; Indians of North America--Indiana; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Jim Godfroy (written in blue watercolor, block capitals, lower center; upper edge is 4 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower center: "Son of Francis Godfroy"...

26. Saw-Waw-Gut Saw-Waw-Gut Indians of North America--Indiana; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Saw-Waw-Gut (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#33" (in red ink); lower center: "No 32" (in pencil). Circa 1860s-1870s.

27. Francis Godfroy, war-chief Francis Godfroy, war-chief Godfroy, Francis, 1788-1840; Indians of North America--Indiana; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Clippings; Watercolor by George Winter. Francis Godfroy War-chief (written in diluted ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 6.0 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 4. George...

28. Letter, 1839 Aug. 10, Logansport, to Major Hook, Washington, D.C. Letter, 1839 Aug. 10, Logansport, to Major Hook, Washington, D.C. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Handwritten letter (copy) From: G.W., Logansport, August 10, 1839 To: Major Hook, Commissary of Subsistence, Washington, D.C. ALS, 5 p. Has received letter from Hook to Col. Lewis H. Sands, Hook's nephew,...

29. 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...

30. Letter, 1839 Aug. 10, Logansport, to Major Hook, Washington, D.C. Letter, 1839 Aug. 10, Logansport, to Major Hook, Washington, D.C. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Letter (copy) From: George Winter, Logansport, August 10, 1839 To: Major Hook, Commissary of Subsistence, Washington, D.C. TL, 4 p. (typed transcript of item 1-4(17))

31. Letter, 1839 Nov. 22, Logansport, to Col. Lewis H. Sands, Greencastle, Ind. Letter, 1839 Nov. 22, Logansport, to Col. Lewis H. Sands, Greencastle, Ind. Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Pepper, A. C. (Abel C.); Hook, James Henry; Art; Indians of North America--Indiana; Handwritten letter (copy) From: George Winter, Logansport, November 22, 1839 To: Colonel Lewis H. Sands, Greencastle ALS, 4 p. (one sheet, folded) Appreciative of Hook's favorable comments; the necessity...

32. Letter,, 1858 Jan. 8, Lafayette, to Judge W. Pettit Letter,, 1858 Jan. 8, Lafayette, to Judge W. Pettit Winter, George, 1810-1876--Correspondence; Handwritten letter (copy) From: George Winter, Lafayette, January 8, 1858 To: Judge W. Pettit (member of Congress) ALS, 6 p. (two sheets, folded)

33. 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)

34. General John Tipton of U. Senate, donation of the Tippecanoe Battle Ground to the state of Indiana General John Tipton of U. Senate, donation of the Tippecanoe Battle Ground to the state of Indiana Tipton, John, 1786-1839; Tippecanoe Battlefield (Battle Ground, Ind.); Indians of North America; Emigration & immigration; "General John Tipton of U. Senate. Donation of The Tippecanoe ' Battle Ground to the State of Indiana" (title from verso of last page; written in pencil) AMs, 7p. (6 sheets; written in pencil)

35. 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)

36. 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)

37. Distribution of oil paintings Distribution of oil paintings Winter, George, 1810-1876; Painting; Awards; Circulars; Printed circular "Distribution of Oil Paintings," April 3, 1852; 1 item (on light green paper)

38. Miami Indian girl no 26 Miami Indian girl no 26 Indians of North America--Indiana; Indians of North America--Children; Children; Horses; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Miami Indian Girl No 26 (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#63" (in red ink). Circa 1860s-1870s.

39. Osage Village 1839 Osage Village 1839 Indians of North America--Indiana; Villages; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Osage Village 1839 (written in ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge located 3.7 cm. from lower edge of composition). Inscribed, upper right: "#67" (in red ink); lower...

40. Logansport Indiana, June 11, 1837 Logansport Indiana, June 11, 1837 Indians of North America--Indiana; Logansport (Ind.); Horses; Indians of North America--Children; Children; Indians of North America--Women; Women; Ink drawings; Art work by George Winter. Logansport Indiana June 11th 1837 (written in ink over pencil, lower left). Indian group with two horses. One man mounted; sstanding man has dagger in decorated belt. Two women,...
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