Indian Treaties. The treaties concluded last year with the Chippewa, Sioux, and Winnebago indians, and with the tribes residing in...
Letter to the Chief of the Mohawk Nation
Sir, Ten days ago I was not aware that such a person existed as the son of the Indian leader...
Ezekiel Starr, Cherokee
In this city, on the 6th instant, of erysipelas, in the 45th year of his age, EZEKIEL STARR, of the...
CORNSTALK, THE SHAWNEE CHIEF
BY THE REV. Vt. H. FOOTE.
There was a time when the name of Cornstalk thrilled every heart...
Ojibway Man in London, 1844

Though we do not usually interfere with matters of a private nature, yet a case of so peculiar a character...

PUNCH has the pleasure to record an interesting event which occurred on Tuesday, the 9th instant. NOT-EN-A-AKM, or "the Strong...
Ojibway Indians Swimming in London
Preface: This article is from April 1844. There are a few things to note.  First, Ojibbeway is an alternate spelling...
CHEROKEE FEMALE SEMINARY
We have before us an engraving of this pleasant-looking structure, where a large number of Indian girls are now educated...
On the Character of the Delaware Indians
On the Character of the Delaware Indians, Compared with That of the Five Nations.
IT is remarkable, that,...
Opechanchanough, Character of an Indian Chief

History presents few instances of greater valor and magnanimity, than are displayed in the character of Opechanchanough, an Indian Chief....

Pages