7 edition of Indian names of places near the Great Lakes found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Dwight H. Kelton ... Vol. I.|
|LC Classifications||F551 .K29|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||08029804|
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Excerpt from Indian Names of Places Near the Great Lakes, Vol. 1 A glance at a map of the country adjacent to our Great Lakes, will show that a large num ber of Indian Names of places, rivers, et ceiera, have been retained in their original or in a mutilated form; and it is with some of these, of Algonkin origin, with which we deal, in order to rescue from oblivion some interesting Author: Dwight H.
Kelton. Indian names of places near the Great Lakes Paperback – Decem by Dwight H. Kelton (Author) See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ Author: Dwight H. Kelton Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kelton, Dwight H., Indian names of places near the Great Lakes.
Detroit, Mich. [Printed by Detroit Free Press Printing Co.] Indian names of places near the Great Lakes by Kelton, Dwight H., Publication date Topics Names, Indian, Names, Geographical Publisher Detroit, Mich.
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UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. Indian Names ;)f Places Near the Great Lakes BY / DWIGHT H. KELTON, A.M., w CAPTAIN U. ARMY, Author of Annals of Fort Mackinac; History of the Sault Ste.
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Sailing on the Sukhna Lake. Pages in category "Great Lakes tribes" The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Indian Names of Places Near the Great Lakes was written by a US Army Captain named Dwight Kelton in This is labeled as Volume 1, but it was the only volume ever published.
This first edition copy is incredibly rare and filled with intriguing commentary regarding. Names, Indian -- Great Lakes Region (North America) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Names, Indian; Great Lakes Region (North America) Filed under: Names, Indian -- Great Lakes Region (North America) Indian Names of Places Near the Great Lakes (), by Dwight H.
Kelton (multiple formats at ); Items below (if any) are. Many places throughout the United States of America take their names from the languages of the indigenous Native American/American Indian tribes.
The following list includes settlements, geographic features, and political subdivisions whose names are derived from these languages. Helen Hornbeck Tanner () was a distinguished scholar of American Indian history and literature, publishing books on the Caddo and the Ojibwa as well as on early eighteenth-century Spanish Florida.
Her crowning scholarly achievement in print was the Atlas of Great Lakes Indian History published by the University of Oklahoma : University of Oklahoma Press. Lake Ontario: Lake Ontario stretches kilometres by 85 kilometres and has an average depth of 86 metres. The first European to name it was Champlain, who dubbed it Lac de St.
Louis in Nearly three decades later, it was named Lacus Ontariu. Atlas Dispels Myths About Great Lakes Indian Tribes That’s one point of the new Atlas of Great Lakes Indian History, a book that uses maps to trace more than years of treaties and trade.
Scale ca.Relief shown pictorially. LC Maps of North America,Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Vault AACR2. William J. Kubiak, a recognized authority on American Indians who lived in the Great Lakes area, is known for his extensive collection of source materials and his graphic portrayals of Indians. His oil paintings hang in a number of private homes and public buildings.
The Great Lakes are bountiful waters for sport fishermen, a recreational sailors dream, a sea kayakers challenge, and the final resting place of nearly 5, shipwrecks that scuba divers explore at a dozen underwater Huron is home to the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary near Alpena, the only such site in the Great Lakes, in.
Plants Used by the Great Lakes Ojibwa $ This book includes a brief description of the plant and it's use, a reproduced line drawing, and a map showing approximately where each plant is distributed within the ceded territories.
The abridged version is much the same but without the drawings, maps and descriptions.About this Item: University of Toronto Press 12/15/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Indian Rock Paintings of the Great Lakes. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller 2.Because the economic activity of both groups was waterway-oriented, the named places were mainly along the shoreline of the Great Lakes and the streams flowing into the lakes.
Some geographic features had more than one name; several had the same name; and there were many variations in the spelling and pronunciation of the names.