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Name Indians
Number of Archive records 6
Number of Library records 1
Number of Object records 11
Number of Photo records 7
Updated -4712-01-01

Associated Records

1970.23 - 1970.23.03

Origin of Indian Removal - 1815-1824 By Reginald Horsman. Published by the MIchigan State Universiy Press for the Historical Society of Michigan

1970.07 - 1970.07

Indian Land Grant. Naw-au-quay-go-zhe 83.9 acres NOTE- I, Sarah Gross also found a Land Grants Issued to John Agosa, William Marsdin, Eugene Gauthier and Nathaniel Howarth which all have no Accession #. The Land Grants can be found in the Archives Storage Room-Unit D-Shelf 16- Box 19. SG Sept. 2011

1970.05 - 1970.05.01

Indian Land Grant "Man-e-to-way"

2000.42 - 2000.42

Book. "Forest Haven Soliders" by Leonard Overmyer III. Civil War veterans of Glen Lake and surrounding Leelanau. Gallant 15th Michigan Infantry. Lakeshore Tigers of the 26th Michigan. Peshawbaw Indians of the Republic.

2001.24 - 2001.24.02

Booklet for the Indian Camp Meeting in Northport, Michigan held August 8-18, 1913. Admission 15 cents. Includes itinerary, members of the commitee, list of speakers, and advertisements for local business.

1980.05 - 1980.05.01

Slides of Indian sites prepared by Paul Peschel.

1988.13 - 1988.13.02

Bow. Ottawa Indians. Wood, string wrapping on both ends, rawhide wrapping at midpoint with fur.

1988.13 - 1988.13.01

Stone, Game. Ottawa Indians.

1988.20 - 1988.20.01

Arrowhead. Donor information: "This arrow-head found on K. Gus Smarey property in Lake Leelanau, Michigan 49653 in 1915. Chippewa Indian made." See 1988 Documents file for more information, including a rough map showing where the arrowhead was found.

1988.24 - 1988.24.01

Pouch. Leather with glass seed beads and porcupine quills decoration. Pouch has geometric beaded design, white with dark and light blue, green and red on white ground. Bottom leather fringe are wrapped in quills, with beads at lower ends. Classic Sioux Pipe/Tobacco Bag. Red-orange beads hept to date bag. (Richard Pohrt, 09/2003)

Image of 1988.24 - 1988.24.02

1988.24 - 1988.24.02

Round, vase-shaped basket with braided basswood handle. Checker-woven walls have added over-woven splints from base to rim in alternative bands of blue, yellow, green, red, brown and natural splints. Base has reinforcement edge of crossed splints. Rim is edged with sweetgrass. " CaD 2.75" written on bottom

1988.24 - 1988.24.03

Round, vase-shaped basket with braided basswood handle. Checker-woven walls have added over-woven splints from base to rim in alternative bands of blue, yellow, green, red, brown and natural splints. Base has reinforcement edge of crossed splints. Rims is edged with sweetgrass. "CDt/3.00" written in pencil on base.

Image of 1988.24 - 1988.24.04

1988.24 - 1988.24.04

Bark canoe with white bark exterior. Birch bark hull, ends lashed with green raffia. Gunnel reinforced with basswood lashed with black ash splint. Painted pine thwarts. Basswood cord fastened to both ends. Two wood seats that are green as well as a fiber cord hanger. Bow fram pieces continue well into canoe, ending in a point.

Image of 1988.24 - 1988.24.05

1988.24 - 1988.24.05

Circular basket. Walls slightly tapered, twill-woven in zig-zag pattern. Brown standards and weavers; bands of arrow pattern at top and base highlighed by the use of natural weavers. Braided basswood bast handles. Base is reinforced with double weavers.

1988.24 - 1988.24.06

Pouch has leather drawstring and 3 sets of leather fringes and random glass beads on them.

1988.24 - 1988.24.07

Leather with paint profile of an Indian. Bottom fringed . 3 glass beads on fringe. Purchased in Saulte Ste. Marie by Virg's father for her about 1920. See O/C inv. # 597.

Image of 2010.16 - 2010.16

2010.16 - 2010.16

Book "Early Mackinac" by Meade C. Williams, second edition, 1898. It was located in the Locy cottage in East Leland. Given by Jack Locy to Maryellen Hadjisky to donate to the museum.

Image of 1960.15 - 1960.15.96

1960.15 - 1960.15.96

Photograph of Native Americans stacking wood in Peshawbestown.

Image of 1962.34 - 1962.34.08

1962.34 - 1962.34.08

Photograph of Native Americans sawing wood. Identical to 1962.34.09 and 1962.34.10

Image of 1962.34 - 1962.34.09

1962.34 - 1962.34.09

Photograph of Native Americans sawing wood. Identitcal to 1962.34.08 and 1962.34.10