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A brief sketch of Indian tribes in Franklin County, Kansas in 1862-1906

A brief sketch of Indian tribes in Franklin County, Kansas in 1862-1906
Creator: Romig, Joseph
Date: 1906
This item, written by missionary Reverend Joseph Romig of Franklin County, Kansas, contains a detailed history of the Native American tribes of Franklin County, Kansas, from 1862-1906. The cover indicates it is "for the benefit of the future generation of the county."


Chippewa cemetery

Chippewa cemetery
Creator: Romig, Joseph
Date: June 15, 1909
These two items concern the Chippewa cemetery in Ottawa, Kansas. In the letter to H.F. Sheldon, Reverend Joseph Romig explains that he made the drawing of the cemetery when he was in Ottawa, Kansas, in March and April of 1909. The second item, a depiction of the Chippewa cemetery in Ottawa, Kansas, shows the birth and death dates of those interred at the cemetery.


Joesph Romig to George W. Martin

Joesph Romig to George W. Martin
Creator: Romig, Joseph
Date: May 13, 1907
In this letter to George W. Martin of the Kansas State Historical Society, Moravian missionary Joseph Romig, who was a missionary in Franklin County, Kansas, from 1862-1871 and 1900-1905, discusses historical events related to Moravian missionaries. In particular, Romig discusses the history of the "Christian" Indians who lived in the area that became Kansas Territory in 1854. In addition, Romig discusses the Chippewas and their chief Francis McCoouse, a French Canadian who "was one of twenty one delegates who visited their Great Father King George of England."


Joseph Romig to George W. Martin

Joseph Romig to George W. Martin
Creator: Romig, Joseph
Date: May 27, 1910
Reverend Joseph Romig responds to questions from George Martin, Secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society, about the Munsee Indians. Romig explains were the Munsees came from, their early encounters with European Americans, and their subsequent history and dealings in the United States.


Jospeh Romig to George W. Martin letter and illustration

Jospeh Romig to George W. Martin letter and illustration
Creator: Romig, Joseph
Date: October 1, 1907
A letter from Reverend Jospeh Romig to George W. Martin of the Kansas State Historical Society, contains details regarding the Moravian Mission in Franklin County, Kansas, where Romig served from 1862-1871 and again, from 1900 to 1905. The accompanying illustration, completed by Reverend/Major John G. Pratt in 1907, depicts the Delaware/Moravian Mission in Franklin County, Kansas.


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