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John W. Greyeyes

John W. Greyeyes
Date: Between 1860 and 1865
This is a photograph of John W. Greyeyes, a Wyandot Indian, who was born at Upper Sandusky, Ohio. He came to the Wyandotte County, Kansas area in 1843. He was a lawyer and a leader among the Wyandot Indians. Greyeyes died on the Wyandot Reservation near Seneca, Missouri and is buried at Wyandotte, Oklahoma.


Kate Greyeyes

Kate Greyeyes
Date: Between 1854 and 1859
This is a photograph of Kate Greyeyes, a member of the Wyandot Indian tribe and daughter of John W. Greyeyes.


Map of Eastern Kansas

Map of Eastern Kansas
Creator: Jewett, J.P. & Company
Date: 1856
A map of Eastern Kansas by E.B. Whitman and A.D. Searl, General Land Agents, Lawrence, Kansas. The map illustrates a portion of Eastern Kansas which depicts trading posts, post offices, missions, government forts, Indian villages, roads, trails and Indian boundaries. The Indian boundaries that are featured included: the Kickappo, Pottawatomie, Kansa, Sax and Fox, Shawnee, Miami, Ottawa, Chippewa, Peoria, Kaskaskia, Iowa, Delaware, Wyandotte, Piankashaw, and the Wea. The map includes illustrations of the Eldridge House in Lawrence and the Constitution Hall in Topeka. The land discussed above was originally given to Native Americans following the passage of the Indian Removal Act in 1830.


To all whom it may concern, Wyandott Reservations west of the Missouri River

To all whom it may concern, Wyandott Reservations west of the Missouri River
Creator: Lykins, Johnston, 1800?-1876
Date: September 01, 1855
In this item, a copy of the original, Johnston Lykins issues notice that the Department of Interior is moving to protect the "rights of the Wyandott Indians reserves, their heirs or legal Representatives, as intended by the 14th article of the treaty of March 17, 1842, and also the location of the same as intended by the 9th article of the treaty of January 31st. 1855."


Wyandotte Indian council records

Wyandotte Indian council records
Creator: Wyandotte Nation
Date: 1855-1871
The Wyandotte Indian council records include a list of orphans, pensioners, statements from Department of Interior officials, records of the executive council, and other information on the Wyandotte Nation between 1855-1871.


Wyandotte Nation to the American Congress

Wyandotte Nation to the American Congress
Creator: Wyandotte Nation
Date: October 27, 1848
This item is a letter to the United States Congress from the Wyandotte Nation. In this letter, the Wyandottes explain that Negro Slavery had been introduced into their territory West of the State of Missouri contrary to "the law which you have heretofore made."


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