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Margaret Boyd

ID
2190
Title
Margaret Boyd
Names and Subjects
Indigenous peoples--Michigan.
Indians of North America--Michigan.
Emmet County (Mich.)
Photographs shelf.
Boyd, Margaret, approximately 1817-1892--Portraits.
Ottawa Indians.

Naw-gone-ko-ung

ID
2192
Title
Naw-gone-ko-ung
Names and Subjects
Indigenous peoples--Michigan.
Indians of North America--Michigan.
Mason County (Mich.)
Photographs shelf.
Ottawa Indians.

[Chief Petoskey/Chief Petosegay]

ID
2193
Title
[Chief Petoskey/Chief Petosegay]
Names and Subjects
Indians of North America--Michigan.
Emmet County (Mich.)
Photographs shelf.
Ottawa Indians.
Petosega, Chief, 1787-1885--Portraits.
Indigenous peoples--Michigan.
Métis.

[Kewaykabawikwa, wife of Chief Petoskey]

ID
2194
Title
[Kewaykabawikwa, wife of Chief Petoskey]
Names and Subjects
Indians of North America--Michigan.
Mason County (Mich.)
Photographs shelf.
Petosega, Chief, 1787-1885.
Indigenous peoples--Michigan.
Ottawa Indians.

View of the great treaty held at Prarie du Chien September 1825 : at which upwards of 5000 Indian Warriors of the Chippeways, Sioux, Sacs & Foxes, Winnebagoes, Pottowattomies, Menomonies, Ioways & Ottawas tribes were present Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan Wm. Clark of Missouri, Commissioners on the part of the United States. / Painted on the Spot by J.O. Lewis.

ID
6779
Title
View of the great treaty held at Prarie du Chien September 1825 : at which upwards of 5000 Indian Warriors of the Chippeways, Sioux, Sacs & Foxes, Winnebagoes, Pottowattomies, Menomonies, Ioways & Ottawas tribes were present Gov. Lewis Cass of Michigan Wm. Clark of Missouri, Commissioners on the part of the United States. / Painted on the Spot by J.O. Lewis.
Names and Subjects
Cass, Lewis,--1782-1866.
Clark, William,--1770-1838.
Dakota Indians.
Fox Indians.
Indians of North America--Treaties.
Iowa Indians.
Menominee Indians.
Ojibwa Indians.
Ottawa Indians.
Potawatomi Indians.
Sauk Indians (Algonquian)
Winnebago Indians.
Soldiers--1820-1830.
Treaties--1820-1830.
Tribal cheifs--Wisconsin--Prairie du Chien--1820-1830.
Warriors--1820-1830.
Prints shelf.
Lehman & Duval Lithrs.,--lithographer.
The aboriginal port-folio: a collection of portraits of the most celebrated chiefs of the North American Indians.
United States--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.

A Celebrated Ottawa Chief / Painted at the treaty of Fort Wayne 1827_by J.O. Lewis.

ID
6809
Title
A Celebrated Ottawa Chief / Painted at the treaty of Fort Wayne 1827_by J.O. Lewis.
Names and Subjects
Indians of North America--Portraits.
Indians of North America--Treaties.
Indians of North America--Clothing.
Ottawa Indians--Portraits.
Arrows--1820-1830.
Bows (Weapons)--1820-1830.
Tribal chiefs--Indiana--Fort Wayne--1820-1830.
Prints shelf.
Lehman & Duval Lithrs.,--lithographer.
The aboriginal port-folio: a collection of portraits of the most celebrated chiefs of the North American Indians.
United States--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.