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5 edition of The Miami Indians of Indiana found in the catalog.

The Miami Indians of Indiana

a persistent people, 1654-1994

by Stewart Rafert

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Published by Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miami Indians -- History.,
  • Miami Indians -- Removal.,
  • Miami Indians -- Claims.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [339]-349) and index.

    StatementStewart Rafert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.M48 R34 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 358 p. :
    Number of Pages358
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL805724M
    ISBN 100871951118
    LC Control Number95042296

    I want to inform everyone that the tribe has approximately 60 out of the 92 Counties in Indiana that city and county councils, including the Mayors of the County seats, that have already issued Proclamations of Recognition to the Miami Nation Of Indians of the State of Indiana. These are all issued and approved! In the Miami in Indiana, including many White-Indian mixed-bloods, numbered The census of returned Miami, of whom were in Oklahoma and 90 in Indiana. The United States Indian Office Report of gave Indians in Indiana, most of whom certainly belonged to this tribe.

      The next video is starting stop. Loading Watch Queue. The names of the Indiana tribes included the Illinois tribe (Illini), Chippewa, Delaware, Erie, Iroquois, Kickapoo, Potawatomi and Miami. Fast Facts about the History of Indiana Native Indians The climate, land, history, environment and natural resources that were available to the indigenous Indian tribes in Indiana resulted in the adoption of.

    Indians of North America--Indiana--Government relations. Miami Indians--Census, Further information on this record can be found at its source. Similar Items. Miami Indian, called Ken-tuck Receipt, Miami annuity, Miami Indian no 21 Seneca-Shawnee band census Letter, John Hays to John Tipton, The Miami Tribe (who refer to themselves as myaamia in their heritage language, meaning downstream people) is headquartered in Miami, Oklahoma where they were located after two forced removals. The Tribe originates from the Great Lakes region where their homelands lie within the boundaries of the states of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, lower.


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The Miami Indians of Indiana by Stewart Rafert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Welcome to the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana’s Website. Our Mission is to protect, promote, record, and share the Miami of Indiana’s history, language, culture, and heritage. The purpose of this site is to share these and our on going struggle to regain our Federal Recognition, with all people.

This book is written like a collage book. It has soooooo much information of the Miamis. It goes back to the first time that white people meet the Miami. It also explains who and which tribes make up the Miamai.

If you are like me and want to know more of your family's past, this book Cited by:   This book is the definitive source for the Miami history in Indiana. I appreciate the author's respect toward the Miami still residing in Indiana as a legitimate nation. I do some research on those Native nations with ties to Indiana and this text is outstanding in its presentation and by: Now scattered in small communities in Northern Indiana, the Eastern Miami Indians have lived in undeserved obscurity since the s.

In Chief Little Turtle and the Miami inflicted the worst defeat ever of an American army by Indians. The Miami ceded most of Indiana in a series of treaties beginning after the War of /5(2). One of the small group of tribes comprising the Illinois division of the Algonquian linguistic family, the Miamis emerged as a pivotal tribe only during the French and British imperial wars, the Miami Confederacy wars of the eighteenth century, and the treaty-making period of the nineteenth century.

The Miamis reached their peak of political importance in the Indian confederacies which blocked 4/5(1). Miami Indians Resources. The following materials may be of use when researching the Miami Indians in Indiana. These materials, as well as the card file indexes listed below, are available for use in the Indiana State Library.

For more information, please contact the Indiana Collection. Books and Pamphlets. I W Title: Poor Lo. Early. - Explore lbellblankenship's board "Miami Indian Blood line" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Native american indians, American indians, Native american pins. MIAMI, Oklahoma, J (Aatotankiki Myaamiaki – Miami Nation News)—On J the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma elected Leadership passed Resolution # reiterating the Nation’s formal position on ethnic or race-based, derogatory mascot names.

The post-removal history of the Indiana Miami tribe is a rich texture of social, legal, and economic history, much enhanced by folklore and a rich series of photographic images. In The Miami Indians of Indiana: A Persistent People, –, Rafert explores the history and culture of the Miami Indians.

The book explores the history and culture of the Miami Indians, who have fought for many years to gain tribal status from the U.S. government. This volume will appeal to a general audience as well as serious students of tribal history interested in the experience of a North American Indian tribal community over three and a half centuries/5.

Miami Nation of Indians of the State of Indiana. P.O. Box Peru, Indiana 80 W 6th Street. Email. General Inquiries [email protected] () - Many of the displaced Ohio Miami settled in Indiana, but, once more, the U.S.

federal government removed some of them to Kansas during the s, while others were permitted to remain in Indiana. Descendents of the Ohio Miami are members of the federally-recognized Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, and of the unrecognized Miami Nation of Indiana.

See Also. The Miami Indians of Indiana: a persistent people, / Stewart Rafert. Format Book Published Indianapolis, Ind.: Indiana Historical Society, Description xxvii, p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references (p.

[]) and index. Subject headings Miami Indians--History. Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana. 1, likes 17 talking about this. The Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana protects, promotes, and saves Miami of Indiana language, culture and heritage. The Battle of the Mississinewa, also known as Mississineway, was an expedition ordered by William Henry Harrison against Miami Indian villages in response to the attacks on Fort Wayne and Fort Harrison in the Indiana site is near the city of Marion, Indiana.

Today, the location is the site of Mississinewathe largest War of reenactment in the United States, which is. The post-removal history of the Indiana Miami tribe is a rich texture of social, legal, and economic history, much enhanced by folklore and a rich series of photographic images.

In The Miami Indians of Indiana: A Persistent People, –, Rafert explores the history and culture of the Miami : Indiana Historical Society Press. The Miami tribe in Oklahoma has its own government, laws, police, and services, just like a small country.

However, the Miamis are also US citizens and must obey American law. The Miami tribe in Indiana is not federally recognized.

That means the Miami Indians of Indiana don't have a reservation or their own government. True Indian Stories; with glossary of Indiana Indian names Dunn, Jacob Piatt Indianapolis: Sentinel Author Jacob Piatt Dunn () was a journalist, ethnologist and historian who grew up in Indiana and published his first book on history in Among his publications were a history of Indianapolis and a dictionary of the Miami.

A majority of Indians living in Indiana belonged to the Miami tribe. The Miami tribe was part of the Algonquian group of Indians.

The Algonquian group also included the Delaware, Potawatomi, Kickapoo and Shawnee tribes. Out of all of these tribes the Miami were the largest.

The Miami Indians by Bert Anson Paperback from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Txt) An anthropological report on the Miami, Wea, and Eel-River Indians by Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin Unknown Binding from Garland Pub. Inc. Out of Print - Try Used Books. The Hidden Community: The Miami Indians of Indiana, by Stewart James Rafert Out of Print - Try.

- Explore susansalehi56's board "miami indians of indiana" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american indians, American indians, Native north americans pins.The Miami Indians of Indiana: A Persistent People, - Ebook written by Stewart Rafert. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Miami Indians of Indiana Author: Stewart Rafert.The Miami (Miami-Illinois: Myaamiaki) are a Native American nation originally speaking one of the Algonquian the peoples known as the Great Lakes tribes, it occupied territory that is now identified as North-central Indiana, southwest Michigan, and westernmost of the Miami had been deported to Indian Territory (now part of Oklahoma).