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Wyandot chief, Leather Lips.

W. L. Curry

Wyandot chief, Leather Lips.

His trial and execution.

by W. L. Curry

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Published by The Author in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leather Lips, Wyandot chief, d. 1810.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Wm. L. Curry.
    SeriesOhio archæological and historical quarterly
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF486 .O51 vol. 12
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. 12, p. 30-36,
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6607376M
    LC Control Number18008575
    OCLC/WorldCa3563008

      The one-acre tract of land where the Wyandot Chief was buried was purchased for the site of the monument. The inscription reads “Leatherlips A Chief of the Wyandot tribe of Indians was executed on this spot June 1, Erected by Author: Gehio. download pdf viewer download ms word download powerpoint download excel. Web Accessibility & Functionality Specifications: If a person with a disability experiences inaccessible online content related to a Dublin City Schools' program, benefit or service, the person should contact the District's Public Information Officer [email protected] in order to obtain the content in an .

    Blackbird, Andrew J. History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan: A Grammar of Their Language, Personal and Family History of the nti mi: Ypsilantian Job Printing House, Blair, Emma Helen, ed. Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes. 2 vols. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clarke, Bliss, Eugene F., trans. and ed. Cited by: 9.   Chief Leatherlips Monument: Really clean and beautiful park - See traveler reviews, 42 candid photos, and great deals for Dublin, OH, at Tripadvisor.5/5().

    Shawnee Indians. The Shawnee Indians were among the more feared and respected of Ohio's Indian nations. They were fierce warriors. The Shawnees spoke one of the languages of the Algonquian Indians, and so they are related to the Delaware Indians, the Miami Indians, and the Ottawa Shawnees had a special friendship with the Wyandot Indians. Leatherlips, Dublin Arts Council’s first Dublin Art in Public Places program project, was created by Boston artist Ralph Helmick. The sculpture, a foot high portrait of the Wyandot Native American Chief Leatherlips, was installed in Scioto Park in The head is a composite structure of various sizes of native limestone stacked and mortared.


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Wyandot chief, Leather Lips by W. L. Curry Download PDF EPUB FB2

Leatherlips was a Wyandot Indian. He would have asked for no finer title. According to those who knew him best, Leatherlips was a kindly man and a good friend to Indian and white man alike.

That may very well have contributed directly to his death. And, sadly, it is his death that has made Leatherlips’ name live on in Midwest history. Leather Lips: Leather Lips lived near present day Columbus and Round Head was in process of moving to Gibraltar near Detroit.

Isadore Chesne: Also Shetoon, Chene or Chaine or Ha-Yane-Dac. He made an effort to unite several tribes. Some say Isadore was Wyandot. Leatherlips (–) was a Wyandot Native American leader of the late 18th and early 19th century. Leatherlips had three Wyandot names.

The one most often used was SHA‑TE‑YAH‑RON‑YA but he was sometimes referred to as Leather Lips. book. In later years he was called SOU‑CHA‑ET‑ESS, which means "Long Gray Hair". Chief Leather Lips Grave Marker. This monument was erected in by the Wyandot Club to honor Wyandot Chief Shateyaronyah (Chief Leather Lips).

After the chief was killed, the site became of somewhat historic importance to the local settlers moving into the new community. Leatherlips, the Wyandot chief, was killed in near Dublin, OH. The city of Dublin is also celebrating its year anniversary.

There will be an outdoor drama presented in June telling the story of Leatherlips. Wyandot chief is a collection of words, photos and video clips about Wyandotte/ Wyandot "Chief Walk In The Water" & a little about the Wendat-Huron Confederacy. and the War ofwhen Shawnee Chief.

Donnacona Chief at Stadacona. Acona Chief at Stadacona. Ochastequin Chief of the Arendarhonon Hurons at time of Champlain’s attack on the Iroquois. Atironta One of several who had the name. Village chief of Arendarhonons at Cahiague’. s Onorotandi Quieunonascaran was a town of the Attignawantan Hurons.

Onorontandi (I believe) was a title. A noted Wyandot chief of the Porcupine clan, born at Detroit indied at Cranetown, near Upper Sandusky, Wyandot county, Ohio, in Nov. He was called Le Chef Grue, or Monsieur Grue, by the French; the English knew him as Crane.

Wyandot Piecemakers Quilting Guild, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. likes. A non profit quilt guild. We meet every 4th Wednesday Fairhaven community room, 5/5(1). Definition of Leatherlips in the dictionary. Meaning of Leatherlips. What does Leatherlips mean. Information and translations of Leatherlips in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

That a Wyandot Chief to be held by the U.S. Government until all prisoners held by the Wyandot are released to the U.S. Government Treaty of Fort Harmar with the Unites States Government (k, PDF Format) Treaty restates the conditions of the Fort Mc’Intosh treaty but did not address grievances by the Wyandot or other Native Americans.

Curry, Wm. "The Wyandot Chief, Leather Lips."Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publications. 12 (): Lived mainly in Ohio.

Cushman, Gwynne. "John Okemos, Son of the Chief." Michigan Archaeologist. 8 (September ): Cushman's grandfather told her about John Okemos.

Custer, Milo. "Kannekuk or Keeanakuk: the Kickapoo. An letter from Wyandot chief John W. Grey Eyes, written from Washington, describes his efforts to secure promised government funds in the political environment of the city, his contacts with Commissioner of Indian Affairs William Medill, and the strong Washington presence of the Cherokees-notably Cherokee chief John Ross.

Dunquat (Petawontakas, Dunquad, Daunghquat; Delaware name, Pomoacan), known as the Half-King of the Wyandot people, sided with the Kingdom of Great Britain in the American Revolutionary and his people moved to the Ohio country to fight the Americans in the west.

He led a mixed band of about Indians (predominantly Wyandot and Mingo, although. Wyandot synonyms, Wyandot pronunciation, Wyandot translation, English dictionary definition of Wyandot.

also Wyandotte n. Wyandot or Wyandots also Wyandotte or Wyandottes 1. A member of a Native American people formed of groups displaced by the. It's Leatherlips season at the manor.

For those of you who are new readers of this blog, the Native American Wyandot Chief Leatherlips was executed years ago today, June 1,on the banks of the Scioto River, in the general vicinity of Willow Manor.

The story of Wyandot Chief Shateyaronyah, a.k.a. Leatherlips and his friendship with Worthington pioneer Elias Lewis is featured in this newsletter of the Linworth Historical Society (Volume 1, Number 4).

Chief Shateyaronyah befriended Lewis and other area settlers, and was subsequently executed by Shawnee warriors following a mock trial a few hundred feet from his camp near. Chief Tarhe The Crane Wyandot was born inin Michigan.

Chief married Catherine Caty Frost inat age 61 in Little Sandusky, Ohio. They had one child: Myeerah Walk-in-the-Water. A member of a Native American people, formed from the Huron confederacy, that lived in and around Ohio.The now-extinct Iroquoian language of this people.

Wyandot Ridge, a rocky ridge at the west side of Chattahoochee Glacier in Antarctica; Other uses. USS Wyandot Wyandot This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Wyandot.

If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. The unusual nickname, “Leatherlips” sounds more like a third-grade playground insult than a show of respect. But for the early settlers of Ohio, who were in constant conflict with Native Americans, Chief Shateyaronyah was a man to be trusted.

The Wyandot Chief was a friend to Indian and frontiersman alike, and because he never broke.Wyandot Folk-Lore Paperback – Febru by Anonymous (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback $ Author: Anonymous.Chief QouQua is the son of Joseph Couc Montour born and an unknown woman. He is also the grandson of Joseph Couc Montour and Elizabeth Isabelle Onontio or Montio a Wyandot. Our people have populated the Detroit River Region from Lake St Clair to Monroe in Michigan and from Huronia at Georgian Bay to Amherstburg, Ontario and into.