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Chippewa, Ottawa and Munsee Indian cemeteries in Franklin County Kansas

Chippewa, Ottawa and Munsee Indian cemeteries in Franklin County Kansas
Date: 1939
Four photographs from the Chippewa, Ottawa and Munsee Indian Cemeteries.


DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas

DAR markers at Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, Kansas
Date: 1936
Five photographs of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) markers at the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds, east of Ottawa, honoring Jotham Meeker, John Tecumseh Jones, Chief Comechau and Notino, the Medicine Man.


Gravestones of John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones and Jane Kelly Jones

Gravestones of John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones and Jane Kelly Jones
Date: Between 1950 and 1970
Four views of the gravestone of John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones and his wife, Jane Kelly Jones, located in the Ottawa Indian Cemetery. John Tecumseh Jones was a founder of Ottawa University.


John T. Jones to James W. Denver

John T. Jones to James W. Denver
Creator: Jones, John Tecumseh (Tauy)
Date: January 16, 1858
John T. Jones, an interpreter for the Ottawa Indians, wrote from Washington urging Governor James W. Denver to support ratification of a treaty between the U.S. government and the Ottawas. Jones reported that the Secretary of the Interior was not inclined to support ratification and he believed Denver, who had negotiated the treaty with the Ottawas during his tenure as Commissioner of Indian Affairs, could influence the decision.


John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence

John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence
Date: Between 1860 and 1870
Multiple photographs of the Rev. John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones house about five miles northeast of Ottawa. Rev. Jones was a founder of Ottawa University.


John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence

John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence
Date: Between 1860 and 1870
Multiple photographs of the Rev. John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones house about five miles northeast of Ottawa. Rev. Jones was a founder of Ottawa University.


John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence

John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' residence
Date: Between 1860 and 1870
These photographs show the Rev. John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones' home northeast of Ottawa. The home was built before the Civil War and finished about 1867. Rev. Jones was a founder of Ottawa University.


John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones residence

John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones residence
Date: 1956
Three photographs of the John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones residence located approximately four miles northeast of Ottawa, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Barnes have restored and lived in the house since 1949. Terry Broers, the Barnes' grandson, is pictured in two of the photographs. The Broers family indicated the photo was taken in 1956 when Terry was eight or nine years old.


John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones residence

John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones residence
Date: Between 1920s and 1940s
Multiple photographs and postcards of the Rev. John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones home in Franklin County, Kansas. Tauy Jones was a founder of Ottawa University and resided about five miles northeast of Ottawa.


Rev. John Tecumseh Jones and Jane Kelly Jones gravesite

Rev. John Tecumseh Jones and Jane Kelly Jones gravesite
Date: 1952
These two photographs show the monument and gravesite of Rev. John Tecumseh Jones and his wife, Jane Kelly Jones. The gravesite is in the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds located three miles north east of Ottawa, Kansas. John T. Jones is the founder of Ottawa University.


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