Indians of the Lake Erie basin, or, Lost nations

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vietzen, Raymond C. (Raymond Charles), Indians of the Lake Erie basin, or lost nations. Wahoo, Neb., Ludi Print. Indians of the Lake Erie Basin Hardcover – January 1, by Col. Raymond C. Vietzen (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Author: Col. Raymond Indians of the Lake Erie basin. Vietzen. Indians of the Lake Erie basin, or lost nations by Raymond C Vietzen (Book) 3 editions published Antiquities Archaeologists Custer, George A(George Armstrong), Erie Indians.

The Erie people (also Eriechronon, Riquéronon, Erielhonan, Eriez, Nation du Chat) were a Native American people historically living on the south shore of Lake Iroquoian group, they lived in what is now western New York, northwestern Pennsylvania, and northern Ohio before Their nation was decimated in the midth century by five years of prolonged warfare with the powerful.

The ERIE INDIANS, or the CAT NATION, were first noted in when the Huron told Fr. Gabriel Sagard about Eriehronon, or Eriquehronon, living across the 's Huron Dictionary translated this term as "Cat People," possibly referring to raccoons rather than any feline animal.

Another mention was made in the French Jesuit Relation fromdescribing the lake above Niagara. The fact is that the Eriez Indians lived in fortified villages along the shores of Lake Erie.

History does show that they never moved onto Presque Isle. However, they did hunt, fish, and gather. The Life of the Erie. All that is known about the Erie comes to us from French or the Seneca.

The French were the only European country in the region at the time,but they had virtually trade with the Erie, and did not attempt to occupy or possess this territory until after the Erie were no more. Seventeen American Indian tribes originated around the Great Lakes Region, and later migrated to other areas.

Here is a summary of those tribes. Meaning of the tribal name is in brackets, where known. Anishinabe [the Original People, or People Lowered onto Continue reading →.

Lake County residents gathered at or Lakefront Park in Willowick on Friday to remember the lives that were lost after a fire and shipwreck in The history of the.

In the last small group of Erie Indians Indians of the Lake Erie basin to the Iroquois in southern Pennsylvania. After the Erie Indians no longer existed as a nation.

There were indications that small groups may have survived. French map makers for the next fifty years continued to place The Nation of Cat on maps. The formidable Kinzua Dam, which protects Pittsburgh from flooding and pollution, came at a steep price for the Seneca Nation of Indians.

They lost nine communities acres of their Allegany Territory to the dam. Pressure from climate change, however, could threaten the protection gained from the Seneca Nation's coerced sacrifice. Great Lakes Indian tribes, books about Great Lakes Indians; free online.

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Lake Erie takes its name from the Erie Indians who lived along its southern shore from Ohio to about where Buffalo, New York, is today.

In terms of language, the Erie spoke a dialect of Iroquois called Wyandot, most commonly associated with the Huron Indians. The lifestyle of the Erie encompassed both farming and hunting. translation, from his Relation ofshows that both Lake Ontario and Lake Erie had already taken their present names.

"This river" (the Niagara) "is the same by which our great lake of the Hurons, or Fresh Sea, discharges itself, in the first place, into Lake Erie (le lac d'Erié), or the Lake of the Cat Nation.

Then it enters the. Indians of the Lake Erie Basin, or Lost Nations. Wahoo, Nebraska: Ludi Printing Company. Vietzen, Raymond (). Aborigines of Cansadooharie. Ohio Genealogical Society Report 6 (2): 3.

Vietzen, Raymond (). "Lorain County's Indians." Pathways of the Pioneers 2 (3). Vietzen, Raymond ().

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Sittin’ on Stump. Elyria, Ohio: Indian Ridge Museum. The word Erie means "cat" as well as "long tail", and the Erie were referred to as the Cat Nation. The Erie Indian nation lived around the southern shores of Lake Erie.

This is in the vicinity of present day Buffalo, New York, ranging west to Sandusky, Ohio. Aroundthey numbered ab people. The other Indian nations in Ohio Country were the Delaware and the Shawnee. The Five Nations were comprised of the Mohawks, the Oneidas, the Onondagas, the Cayugas and the Senecas.

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Inthe Tuscaroras were admitted to the tribal union, and henceforth the confederacy of the Iroquois has been known as the Six Nations. The Indian Removal Act of also applied to tribes north of the Ohio River. In Ohio that included the Seneca, Delaware, Shawnee, Ottawa and Wyandot.

That story is ably told in a recent book by historian Mary Stockwell. The Other Trail of Tears, The Removal of the Ohio Indians was published in by Westholme Publishing.

It is the prime. Some estimate that 10% of all the Indians north of the Mexico border lived in Michigan, at the time of first contact with Europeans. Etienne Brule is the first European to see Lake Huron.

Native American Indians were the first to use the many resources of the Great Lakes basin. While the main divisions of the tribe were thus extending their possessions in the west, others overran the peninsula between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, which had long been claimed by the Iroquois.

The Iroquois were forced to withdraw, and the whole region was occupied by the Chippewa bands, most of who became known as Mississauga. Kickapoo – Before contact with Europeans, the Kickapoo lived in northwest Ohio and southern Michigan in the area between Lake Erie and Lake Michigan.

By common tradition, the Kickapoo and Shawnee believe they were once a single tribe but separated after an argument over a bear’s paw. Lost Nation of the Erie Part 1. Thursday, Janu - by Chuck Hamilton Part 1, The Story of the Erie.

Very few nations, tribes, bands, or peoples of American Indians. Erie, Iroquoian-speaking North American Indians who inhabited most of what is now northern Ohio, parts of northwestern Pennsylvania, and western New York; they were often referred to as the Cat is known of their social or political organization, but early Jesuit accounts record that the Erie had many permanent, stockaded towns, practiced agriculture, and comprised several divisions.

Indian Treaties. Focused on the negotiations that have occurred between Euro-Americans and three Native American communities in Michigan: the Chippewa, Odawa and Potawatomi. Lake Erie. By Harlan Hatcher, The American Lake Series, copyright by the Bobbs-Merrill Company.

Lake Huron. Seventeen metropolitan areas, each with populations of more t, border the Lake Erie basin. During the War ofthe U.S. beat. The Trump legal team's move over the weekend to distance itself from attorney Sidney Powell as it seeks to overturn the November 3 election results is a.

The Great Lakes is a chain of inland lakes – Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and Lake Superior – stretching from New York to Minnesota. Because they comprise such a large waterway, they have played a vital role in the lives and histories of Indian peoples who have resided along their shores for millennia.

Most Indian groups living in the Great Lakes region for the last. Nation & World; Lake Erie; Opioid epidemic the question after Michelle lost her son to anencephaly, a birth defect in which the major parts of the brain, scalp and skull of a fetus do not form.

Welcome to the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana’s Website. Our Mission is to protect, promote, record, and share the Miami of Indiana’s history, language, culture, and heritage.

The purpose of this site is to share these and our on going struggle to regain our Federal Recognition, with all people. The Indian Museum, most recently on the Lake Erie College Campus, off Mentor Ave./ Painesville, was first opened in It is run by the Lake County Chapter of the Archaeological Society of Ohio.

It is chartered by the State of Ohio as a non-profit corporation under IRS (c) (3).The Huron-Iroquois Nations The History And Traditional Lands Of The Huron-Iroquois.

At the outset of the sixteenth century, when the five tribes or "nations" of the Iroquois confederacy first became known to European explorers, they were found occupying the valleys and uplands of northern New York.Vietzen authored seventeen books over the course of his life and was an artist.

During his numerous archaeological explorations, Col. Vietzen uncovered valuable information on the prehistoric cultures that inhabited the Lake Erie Basin, including sound information supporting the existence of the Erie Indians in the Northeastern Ohio area.