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Henry Rowe Schoolcraft

Author Code: AHRS

Born: Mar. 28, 1793 - Albany, New York, USA

Died: Dec. 10, 1864 - Washington D.C., USA

Schoolcraft's career began in geology and his first contact with the frontier was during a mineralogical trip through Arkansas and Missouri in 1817-18. He was appointed geologist for the Lewis Cass Great Lakes expedition and described the region in A Narrative Journal (1821). During this period he had acquired experience and a knowledge of the Indians which led to his appointment as a federal agent to the Indians of the Great Lakes region. While there, he married an Ojibwa woman in 1822 and began a special study of the Ojibwa's language and customs. In 1832 he explored the upper reaches of the Mississippi River and located its source at Lake Itasca in Minnesota. He became superintendant of Indian affairs for Michigan (1836-41) and helped to conclude a treaty with the Ojibwa which ceded much of northern Michigan to the US. Some of his more important works include Algic Researches (1839) concerning the Algonquin tribes, Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the History, Condition, and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States (1851-57) and his Memoirs (1851).

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AHRS002 The Myth of Hiawatha and Other Oral Legends
  Abbinochi
  Addik Kum Maig, or the Origin of the White Fish
  Aggodagauda and His Daughter, or the Man with His Leg Tied up
  The Ak Uk O Jeesh, or the Groundhog Family
  Bokwewa, or the Humpback Magician
  Bosh-kwa-dosh, or the Mastodon
  Chileeli
  Chileeli, or the Red Lover
  The Chippewa Girl
  Doubt
  The Enchanted Moccasins
  Eroneniera, or an Indian Visit to the Great Spirit
  Evening Chant of Indian Children to the Watasee, the Fire-fly
  Fairy Whisperings
  Female Song
  Hiawatha; Or, Manabozho
  Iagoo
  IĆ«na, the Wanderer, or Magic Bundle
  Iosco; Or, the Prairie Boys' Visit to the Sun and Moon
  The Jeebi, or Two Ghosts
  Kwasind, or the Fearfully Strong Man
  Leelinau
  Light of Christianity in the Wigwam
  The Loon's Foot
  The Love of the Forest
  Male Song
  Manito
  To the Miscodeed
  Mishemokwa
  Mishosha, or the Magician of Lake Superior
  Mon-daw-min, or the Origin of Indian Corn
  Mukakee Mindemoea, or the Toad-woman
  Nezhik-e-wa-wa-sun, or the Lone Lightning
  Niagara, an Allegory
  Nocturnal Grave Lights
  Ojeeg Annung, or the Summer-maker
  On Presenting a Wild Rose Plucked on the Sources of the Mississippi
  Onaiazo, the Sky-walker: a Legend of a Visit to the Sun
  Opeechee, or the Origin of the Robin
  Osseo, or the Son of the Evening Star
  Pah-hah-undootah, the Red Head
  Pauguk, and the Mythological Interpretation of Hiawatha
  To Pauguk
  Paup-Puk-Keewiss
  Peboan and Seegwun: an Allegory of Winter and Spring
  Peeta Kway, the Foam-woman
  Pezhiu and Wabose, or the Lynx and Hare
  The Pibbigwun
  Puck Wudj Ininees, or the Vanishing Little Men
  The Red Man
  The Red Swan
  Shawondasee
  Sheem, the Forsaken Boy or Wolf Brother
  Shingebiss: an Allegory of Self-reliance
  The Six Hawks, or Broken Wing
  The Skeleton Wrapped in Gold
  Song of a Captive Creek Girl
  Song of a Fairy Chief
  Song of the Opechee, the Robin
  Song Of the Wolf-Brother
  The Star Family, or Celestial Sisters
  The Star Family
  On the State of the Iroquois, or Six Nations
  The Sun-catcher, or Boy Who Set a Snare for the Sun
  Tau-wau-chee-hezkaw, or the White Feather
  Tulco, Prince of Notto
  Waub Ojeeg's Death Whisperings
  Wa-wa-be-zo-win, or the Swing on the Pictured Rocks of Lake Superior
  Weeng, the Spirit of Sleep
  The White Stone Canoe
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AHRS001 Personal Memoirs 1851 472 2735k eBook Download PDF - 'Personal Memoirs' (AHRS001) Find a printed copy of Personal Memoirs by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft at AbeBooks

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