2 edition of Indians of the Ottawa Valley found in the catalog.
Indians of the Ottawa Valley
Gordon M. Day
|Statement||text : Gordon M Day ; layout and design : Marion Ritchie|
|Series||Oracle -- no. 30|
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, National Museum of Man (Canada)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
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THE INDIANS OF THE OTTAWA VALLEY Gordon M. Day Canadian Museum of Civilization Visitors to the National Museum of Man often ask, "What Indians lived in the area around Ottawa?" Although today their name is perhaps not as well known to the general public as the names of some other tribes, the Algonquins (or Algonkins) were one of the.
France held dominion over much of North America when Nicolas Perrot, a Jesuit, entered the fur trade among the Ottawa Indians in He became well acquainted with the Algonquian tribes of the upper Mississippi valley and Great Lakes region.
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With a brief notice of the Iroquois indians, the early German tribes, the Palatine immigrations into the colony of New York, and biographical sketches of the Palatine families, the patentees of Burnetsfield in the year Date Published: October L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia.
Ottawa Indians [This text was originally published in by the Bureau of American Ethnology as part of its Handbook of American Indians North of was later reproduced, inby the Geographic Board of Canada.
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Reproduction of a print depicting Pontiac, an Ottawa Chief. He united a coalition of American Indian tribes to resist British rule in the Great Lakes region and Ohio Valley, leading an unsuccessful siege on Fort Detroit known as "Pontiac's Rebellion" from to Blackbird (Mack-e-te-be-nessy) was an Ottawa chief's son who served as an official interpreter for the U.S.
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At this time, the Ottawa Valley is only a place of passage of the Coureurs des Bois to the Great Lakes and Hudson Bay. Winter Louis d'Ailleboust, Sieur de la Madeleine and Coulonge, runner of the Woods and trader of furs, occupies in the company of some 30 men, a fort located at the mouth of the river that is named Coulonge.
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HISTORY —OF THE— Ottawa and Chippewa INDIANS OF MICHIGAN AND GRAMMAR OF THEIR LANGUAGE BY A. BLACKBIRD, (Mack-e-te-be-nessy, son of the Ottawa Chief, Mack a-de-pe-nessy) HISTORY OF THE Ottawa and Chippewa Indians OF MICHIGAN; A GRAMMAR OF THEIR LANGUAGE, AND PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF THE AUTHOR, BY ANDREW Size: KB.
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Ottawa (from ǎdāwe, 'to trade', `to buy and sell,' a term common to the Cree, Algonkin, Nipissing, Montagnais, Ottawa, and Chippewa, and applied to the Ottawa because in early traditional times and also during the historic period they were noted among their neighbors as intertribal traders and barterers, dealing chiefly in cornmeal, sunflower oil, furs and skins, rugs or mats, tobacco, and.
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Part one includes chapters on languages, economic conditions, food resources, hunting and fishing, dress and adornment, dwellings, travel and transportation, trade and commerce, social and political organization, social life, religion, folklore and traditions, and drama, music.This is a fascinating book describing the history of the Algonquin Nation in the Ottawa River Valley and it's watershed, mainly in the River Desert region at Maniwaki.
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