Leelanau Historical Society
The Leelanau Historical Society and Museum is located at 203 E Cedar Street in Leland,
Native Languages of the Kickapoo
Kickapoo is an Algonquian language closely related to Mesquakie-Sauk (some linguists even consider it a dialect of
Treaty of Mississinewa
The Treaty of Mississiniwas or the Treaty of Mississinewa is an 1826 treaty between the United States and the Miami
Treaty of St. Joseph
The Treaty of St. Joseph (formally titled A treaty between the United States and the Potawatamie Tribe of Indians) was a treaty established
Native Languages of the Ottawa
The Ottawa people have always been politically independent from their powerful Ojibway kin, but they speak the same
Treaty of Springwells
The Treaty of Springwells was signed at what is now Ft. Wayne, Detroit, Michigan on September 8,
Lawrence “Pun” Plamondon ~ Odawa-Ojibwe
Lawrence "Pun" Plamondon is a former 1960s left-wing activist who helped found the White Panther
Marilou Awiakta ~ Eastern Band Cherokee
Marilou Awiakta (born January 24, 1936, Knoxville, Tennessee) is an Eastern Band Cherokee
Salmon Stuffed Frybread
Mix together salmon, eggs, salt and pepper to taste, I add crumbs if it is too moist.
Make patties about 1 inch thick and 5inches across.
Fry them in a lightly greased pan. I pile them up on
Poke Salad Omelet
Par boil a handful of tender poke weed green (NOT the stalk or berries). Chop the boiled poke salad.
Fry several slices of bacon, then crumble them.
In a large skillet fry cut up bacon and onion add green pepper, cook for 5 or so minutes until onions are clear, add corn and stir to mix well. Cover and simmer for at least 30 minutes, the longer
Capitol Park: Historic Heart of Detroit (Landmarks)
Capitol Park is the only city park in America where a state's first governor is buried. It's the birthplace of democracy in Michigan. Underground Railroad
The Eighteenth-Century Wyandot: A Clan-Based Study (Indigenous Studies)
The Wyandot were born of two Wendat peoples encountered by the French in the first half of the seventeenth century–the otherwise named Petun and Huron–and their history is fragmented by their