2 edition of Little Turtle, the Miami chieftain found in the catalog.
Little Turtle, the Miami chieftain
William Baker Hoel
Written in English
|Statement||by William B. Hoel|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Little Turtle, American Indian, chief of the Miami, who achieved fame during the turbulent period when the U.S. Congress launched a punitive campaign against the Indians who were raiding settlers in the Northwest Territory. In he routed Gen.
Josiah Harmar’s poorly trained militia. The Miami chieftain book next Little Turtle (Miami Chief) Hailed as the last Chief of the Miami Indians, he was born in near Devil's Lake, northwest of Churubusco in Whitley county, Indiana.
Little Turtle was the son of the Miami chief Acquenacke and a Mahican mother. His grandfather, Osandiah, was chief at the time of the Battle of the Johnston farm (as it is now Excerpt from Little Turtle (Me-She-Kin-No-Quah): The Great Chief of the Miami Indian Nation; Being a Sketch of His Life Together With That of Wm, Wells and Some Noted Descendants Colonel Richard Butler Plan of St.
Clair's Camp and Battle lieutenant-colonel William Darke Wayne Street, Fort Recovery Concrete Bridge, Fort Recovery, Location :// Chief Little Turtle was the pride of Miami Indians. His contributions have also made him one of the most famous military leaders of the Native Americans.
His greatest fight was against the U.S. Congress. His contribution to the Old Northwest. The way he has defeated the American troops several times has made him worthy of the title Little Having said that, this page book is a great introduction, albeit slightly sanitized, for young readers into the lives of expatriation of Native Americans in the 17th and 18th centuries -- specifically, into the life of Chief Little Turtle of the Miami confederation, who fought, then made treaties with white men, before finally being betrayed › Books › History › Americas.
An exact reproduction of the original book Little Turtle (Me-she-kin-no-quah): the Little Turtle chief of the Miami Indian nation by Calvin Young first published in This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
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Little Turtle, Miami chief by Carper, Jean; Dickerson, Grace Leslie, joint author. Publication date Topics Little Turtle, ?, Miami Indians Publisher The Indian tribes of every region of continental United States have produced great leaders.
American history has been influenced, and American literature has been enriched by the exploits and achievements of these notable personalities. Dissimilar in culture and civilization to the white leaders Genealogy for Chief "Little Turtle" Mishikinakwa (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
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Chief Little Turtle (Public Domain) La Balme’s Defeat. Little Turtle earned his title as war chief by defeating Augustin de La Balme, a military French adventurer who launched an attack on the Miami village and Fort of Kekionga, (present-day Fort Wayne, Indiana).
Get this from a library. Little Turtle, Miami chief. [Jean Carper; Grace Leslie Dickerson] -- A biography of the Miami Indian chief who formed a confederation of Miami, Shawnee, and Potawatomi Indians that unsuccessfully attempted to drive white settlers from the tribal :// Title: The life and times of Little Turtle: first Sagamore of the Wabash.
Author: Carter, Harvey Lewis, Published: Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c Ip no. 10, Title: Little Turtle, Chief of the Miami. Prepared by the staff of the Public Library of Fort Wanye and Allen County. Published: [Fort Wayne, Ind.] Chief, political leader of a social group, such as a band, tribe, or confederacy of tribes.
Among many peoples, chiefs have very little coercive authority and depend on community consensus for implementing recommendations; often a number of recognized chiefs form a tribal chiefs’ council.
Among Event Intern at The Gold Club at Little Turtle. Columbus, Ohio Area. Genevieve Book. Genevieve Book Front Desk Staff at Courtyard by Marriott. Tallahassee, Florida Area Miami/Fort Lauderdale Little Turtle (Me-she-kin-no-quah): The Great Chief of the Miami Indian Nation; Being a Sketch of His Life, Together with that of William Wells and Some Noted Descendants.
Calvin M. Young. Sentinel Ptg. Company, - Indians of North America - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Little Turtle's father was a Miami chief, and his mother was a Mohican.
Little Turtle also had a son in law named William Wells, who was a white captive. Little Turtle has made many accomplishments. Probably his best accomplishment was when he went out with small troops, and defeated the white :// On Octo the American Indians, now led by Little Turtle, of the Miami nation, attacked a detachment from Harmar's army led by Colonel John Hardin.
Hardin's force consisted of several hundred militiamen and a few regular soldiers. Hardin led his men into an ambush. Most of the militiamen fled the battle without even firing a ://'s_Defeat.
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