Utforsk disse og flere idéer!

Native American Memorial marker, Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site, Ohio -  In memory of all the American Indians who gave their lives at this place, including members of the following tribes. Chippewa • Ottawa • Delaware • Potawatami • Miami • Shawnee • Mingo • Wyandot

Native American Memorial marker, Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site, Ohio - In memory of all the American Indians who gave their lives at this place, including members of the following tribes. Chippewa • Ottawa • Delaware • Potawatami • Miami • Shawnee • Mingo • Wyandot

Site of the Gnadenhutten, Ohio Massacre: The Moravian Church in America began missionary work among the Delaware and Mohican tribes of North America in the mid-18th century.  The Christian Indians, men in one cabin and women and children in another, prayed and sang all night before their executions. On March 8, 1782, an estimated 90 men, women, and children were brutally killed.

Site of the Gnadenhutten, Ohio Massacre: The Moravian Church in America began missionary work among the Delaware and Mohican tribes of North America in the mid-18th century. The Christian Indians, men in one cabin and women and children in another, prayed and sang all night before their executions. On March 8, 1782, an estimated 90 men, women, and children were brutally killed.

Wyandot Tribe towns map in Ohio - Indian Wyandot - Google Search

Wyandot Tribe towns map in Ohio - Indian Wyandot - Google Search

Tecumseh | Small and solitary, this plaque from 1963 give one time to read and ...

Tecumseh | Small and solitary, this plaque from 1963 give one time to read and ...

Shawnee Indian trade items, many Native made / altered, 1770s to 1790s, Mad River drainage, Ohio. Collection of Greg Shipley. *trade goods fur trade trade silver Native American Indian artifacts historic ax axe tool French & Indian War Spanish Colonial effigy fetish lead*

Shawnee Indian trade items, many Native made / altered, 1770s to 1790s, Mad River drainage, Ohio. Collection of Greg Shipley. *trade goods fur trade trade silver Native American Indian artifacts historic ax axe tool French & Indian War Spanish Colonial effigy fetish lead*

In September 1838, 859 Potawatomie Indians were forced from their homeland in Indiana and made to march 660 miles to Osawatomie, Kansas.  During the journey, 42 members, mostly children, died of typhoid fever and the stress of forced removal.  When they arrived in Osawatomie, Kansas two months later, there were only 756 of the tribe, as many had escaped along the way.  There are numerous markers along the "Trail of Death" today, commemorating their journey.

In September 1838, 859 Potawatomie Indians were forced from their homeland in Indiana and made to march 660 miles to Osawatomie, Kansas. During the journey, 42 members, mostly children, died of typhoid fever and the stress of forced removal. When they arrived in Osawatomie, Kansas two months later, there were only 756 of the tribe, as many had escaped along the way. There are numerous markers along the "Trail of Death" today, commemorating their journey.

Raven Rock, located approximately two miles west of Portsmouth on U.S. Rte 52, is said to have been a lookout used by the Shawnee to watch for flatboats along the Ohio. It is said that Raven Rock was named for an Indian chief that was killed along the area. However, the Indians used the term as a description because the form of the hill looks like a giant bird. Folklore tells us that Daniel Boone escaped the Shawnee by taking a daring jump from the cliff onto a tree and climbed down to…

Raven Rock, located approximately two miles west of Portsmouth on U.S. Rte 52, is said to have been a lookout used by the Shawnee to watch for flatboats along the Ohio. It is said that Raven Rock was named for an Indian chief that was killed along the area. However, the Indians used the term as a description because the form of the hill looks like a giant bird. Folklore tells us that Daniel Boone escaped the Shawnee by taking a daring jump from the cliff onto a tree and climbed down to…

Fall Creek Massacre - Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana. First time in US history that white men were subjected to capital punishment for the murder of Native Americans.

Fall Creek Massacre - Pendleton, Madison County, Indiana. First time in US history that white men were subjected to capital punishment for the murder of Native Americans.

Catecahassa or Black Hoof (c. 1740–1831) was the head civil chief of the Shawnee Indians in the Ohio Country of what became the United States. A member of the Mekoche division of the Shawnees, Black Hoof became known as a fierce warrior during the early wars between the Shawnee and Anglo- American colonists. Black Hoof claimed to have been present at the Battle of the Monongahela in 1755, when General Edward Braddock was defeated during the French and Indian War, although there is no…

Catecahassa or Black Hoof (c. 1740–1831) was the head civil chief of the Shawnee Indians in the Ohio Country of what became the United States. A member of the Mekoche division of the Shawnees, Black Hoof became known as a fierce warrior during the early wars between the Shawnee and Anglo- American colonists. Black Hoof claimed to have been present at the Battle of the Monongahela in 1755, when General Edward Braddock was defeated during the French and Indian War, although there is no…

princess aracoma cornstalk - Google Search

princess aracoma cornstalk - Google Search

Pinterest
Søk