Just checking on you Connie and see how you are doing. I hope the heat has let up some there in Ohio. Here in California it is cooling down and for me that is ok!! It seems like I am hot in 80 degree weather. Write when you can and let me know you are ok.....take care....
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Bonvillain, Nancy. The Huron. New York, NY: Chelsea House Publishers; 1989. 111 pages. Frank W. Porter III, Gen. Ed. (Indians of North America). (secondary) *. This book covers the history and culture of the Huron confederacy, who called themselves the Wendat, and traditionally lived in what is now southern Ontario, Canada. The book describes pre-Contact life, the importance of the trading relationship established with the French, conflicts with the Iroquois over control of the fur trade, devastation by smallpox and measles, and the influence and effects of the French missionaries, all of which contributed to the Huron's need to abandon their homeland and disband the confederacy in the mid-17th century. Warfare with Indian enemies and pressures from settlers led to two centuries of migration, until the Wyandot, as they are now known, settled in what is now Oklahoma in 1858. The book also includes information on the Huron and Wyandot today. Profusely illustrated with a color photo insert on moosehair embroidery. Includes a bibliography, "Huron-At-A-Glance," a glossary, and an index.
Connie, have you ever heard of these two books? Supposedly the author was Wyandotte and quite a storyteller. Do you think you could ask your local librarian to do an 'interlibrary loan request'?
"Mr. B. N. O. Walker, a member of the Big Turtle clan, was a bachelor and one of the tribe’s most colorful and talented persons. He was an avid storyteller, poet, singer, musician and businessman. Using his Wyandotte name, "Hen-Toh," he wrote two books - "Tales of the Bark Lodges" and "Nubbins."