Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Wyandot History: A Guide to Original Sources and Current Scholarship


" a non-commercial educational site dedicated to providing access to original source materials--journals, diaries, ledger books, correspondence, postal history, census records, legal documents, treaties, maps, photographs, drawings and material culture--associated with the Wyandot Nation. While the emphasis is presently on the nineteenth century Wyandot experience in Michigan, Ohio and Kansas, once fully functional the site will expand to include both earlier and later materials of this Iroquoian First Nation of the Great Lakes region.

Content is provided by a community of scholars, archivists, genealogists, historians and other interested individuals based upon the principle of open access for the purposes of promoting and enhancing scholarly inquiry into the history of First Nations."

  • Wyandot Wood Effigy Pipe Bowl, 1800-1825
  • Tarhe (The Crane) address at Greenville, July 16, 1814
  • Miami, Potawatomi, Ojibwe, and Wyandot Chiefs to James Madison, November 18, 1811
  • Beaded Pouch, 19th Century
  • Speech of the Wyandot Chief to the Commissioners, July 27, 1793
  • Arthur St. Clair to the Chiefs of the Wyandots, September 19, 1790
  • Seal of the Wyandot Nation
  • Map of the District of Delaware in Ohio, 1824
  • Map of the State of Ohio Including the Indian Reservation, 1820
  • Etc.

  • Michigan Superintendency of Indian Affairs
  • James B. Finley Papers
  • Cincinnati Historical Society (Williams Collection)
  • Charles and Patricia Buser Collection
  • Draper Manuscripts\
  • United States War Department
  • National Archives of Canada
  • Indiana Historical Society (Northwest Territory Collection)
  • Etc.

  • Numismatics
  • Wyandot Material Culture
  • Images of the Wyandot
  • William Walker Correspondence
  • Signing Wyandot Treaties
  • Mapping the Wyandot
  • Postal History of Upper Sandusky

  • Chronology
  • First Nations Websites
  • Bibliography of Wyandot Studies
  • Wyandot Treaties
  • Tribal Rolls
  • Digital History Projects
  • Genealogy
  • Cartography
  • Museums and Libraries
  • NAGPRA


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