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Grave of John Mongosia 1825-1904, Miami Indian, Chief Francis Godfroy Cemetery, Miami County, Indiana

The junction of the Wabash and Little rivers, 100 yards south, was the western terminus of the Maumee-Wabash long portage and, in 1835, of the first section of the Wabash and Erie Canal. ...Three Miami villages were located here and Chiefs Richardville and LaFontaine once lived here. The Forks was the scene of many Indian councils and the Miami Treaties of 1834, 1838 and 1840.

La plupart ne cultivent plus leurs propres aliments naturels qui sont consommées sur une base quotidienne. Nous en sommes réduits à acheter la deuxième qualité de légumes et des fruits (généralement réfrigérés pendant des mois, et détenant une faible valeur nutritive)

Little Turtle, Miami chief, leader of Native American forces in the Battle of the Wabash, the most decisive American Indian victory of the Indian Wars

Native American, Apache Burden Basket, Ca 1970's,#779

Native American Apache Burden Basket Description:Native American, Full-sized Apache burden basket, twined, willow and yucca root, classic conical form - with commercial leather at the rim, down t