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Published by Garrard Pub. Co. in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pontiac, Ottawa Chief, d. 1769 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Pontiac, Ottawa Chief, d. 1769,
  • Ottawa Indians -- Kings and rulers -- Biography -- Juvenile literature,
  • Ottawa Indians -- Biography,
  • Indians of North America -- Biography

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    A biography of the Ottawa patriot and war chief who united the Great Lakes tribes against the intruding British, laying siege to Detroit in 1763 in a culmination of what has come to be known as Pontiac"s Conspiracy.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Virginia F. Voight ; illustrated by William Hutchinson.
    ContributionsHutchinson, William M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.O9 P668
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p. :
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4892538M
    ISBN 100811666131
    LC Control Number76025244
    OCLC/WorldCa2346733


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Pontiac and the Indian Uprising by Howard Henry Peckham (no photo) Synopsis: In a powerful Ottawa chief set in motion the most formidable Indian resistance that the English-speaking people had ever faced when he issued a call to Indian tribes in.

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/20 – Ap ) was an Odawa war chief known for his role in the war named for him, from to leading Native Americans in an armed struggle against the British in the Great Lakes region due to, among other reasons, dissatisfaction with British policies.

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Cart | | my account | wish list | help | Chief Pontiac of the Ottawa’s. They responded to the call of the mighty Ottawa, whose name was known far and wide; and it was an assemblage vast of unvarnished, un-panoplied men consulting upon plans for mutual protection against a fearful foe threatening their destruction.

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Chief Pontiac’s Speech It is important for us, my brothers, that we exterminate from our lands this nation which seeks only to destroy us. You see as well as I do that we can no longer supply our needs, as we have done from our brothers, the French.

The English sell us goods twice. At a mighty gathering of men, each brave would ceremoniously lay a stuffed hawk or eagle on the floor of the chief's lodge. Ottawa Chief Pontiac led an Indian rebellion against encroaching.

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Pontiac, Ottawa Chief. Names Irving, Washington () (Author) Collection. Emmet Collection of Manuscripts Etc. Relating to American History. Irving's Life of Washington. Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Shelf locator: MEZP Topics Indians of North America Pontiac.

Pontiac, (born c. on the Maumee River [now in Ohio, U.S.]—died Apnear the Mississippi River [at present-day Cahokia, Ill.]), Ottawa Indian chief who became a great intertribal leader when he organized a combined resistance—known as Pontiac’s War (–64)—to British power in the Great Lakes area.

Little is known of Pontiac’s early life, but by he had. More Books by Thomas Guthrie Marquis See All. The Jesuit Missions: A chronicle of the cross in the wilderness.

The War Chief of the Ottawas: a Chronicle of the Pontiac War, from Chronicles of Canada. The War Chief of the Ottawas. The War Chief of the Ottawas. The future town would be named for Pontiac, the warrior chief of the Ottawa Nation, best known for his "Indian uprising" of against the British at Fort Detroit and Fort Michilimackinac.

Many of Pontiac's founding fathers were veterans of the War of The life of Pontiac the conspirator, chief of the Ottawas: together with a full account of the celebrated siege of Detroit by Edward Sylvester Ellis () Pontiac, mighty Ottawa Chief by Virginia Frances Voight (Book).

Though his origins are shrouded by mystery due to little documentation, the Ottawa chief Pontiac became one of the most romanticized Native American figures of the late 18th century. Born sometime between andPontiac first appears in the historical record in as an ally of France against the Huron tribe.

Life of Pontiac the conspirator, chief of the Ottawas: together with a full account of the celebrated siege of Detroit / by Edward S. Ellis. Author: Ellis, Edward Sylvester, Date Added: 9 January Format: Book: Language: English: Publish Date: Publisher: New York: Beadle and Company: Series: Lives of great Americans > no.

Pontiac, Chief of the Ottawas; A Tale of the Siege of Detroit: Ellis, Edward Sylvester: or: Edward Sylvester Ellis. Voight, Virginia F. Pontiac: Mighty Ottawa Chief. Champaign, IL: Gerrard Publishing Co., Easy-to-read biography.

Advanced Reading. Eckert, Allan W. The Conquerors: A Narrative. This book traces the events leading up to the defeat of Tecumseh’s efforts to build an Indian nation. Peckham, Howard H. Pontiac and the Indian Uprising.

Little Chief and Mighty Gopher The Pemmican Frenzy (Book): Lethbridge, Victor: Snow Cloud cannot run as fast as the other children and is often left behind. When he befriends a gopher, everyone's life in the camp gets turned upside down.

As the elders try to resolve the problem, they just make matters worse. It's not until Snow Cloud speaks up that things get resolved and Snow Cloud's. "The Conspiracy of Pontiac" was Parkman's first history book and first published in It covers the Indian wars of to Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, put together a coalition of Indian tribes from around the Great Lakes region and the Illinois and Ohio Countries to.

found: Google, (Pontiac, chief of the Ottawas, born on Ottawa river about ; died in Cahokia, Ill., in He was the son of an Ojibway woman, and, as the Ottawas were in alliance with the Ojibways and Pottawattamies, he became the principal chief of the three tribes). The Portland, Michigan Centennial Book.

Chief Okemos entry from H2G2, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Okemos, Michigan is named after this individual. O-ke-mos "Old" O-ke-mos, a nephew of Pontiac and once the chief of the Chippewas, was born on. Pontiac. Born: c. Died: Apr Location of death: Cahokia Cause of death: Murder Remains: Buried, Pontiac Gravesite, St.

Louis, MO Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: American Aborigine Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Head of State Executive summary: Chief of the Ottawa Pontiac, Indian chief of the Ottawa and leader in the "Conspiracy of Pontiac" inwas born between Died: 1 Detroit -- Siege, 1 Pontiac's conspiracy, Pontiac, Ottawa Chief, Collection 1 Dime Novel and Popular Literature.Chief Pontiac Quote.

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