The Shawnee Indians: Their Customs, Tradition, and Folklore

The Shawnee Indians: Their Customs, Tradition, and Folklore

Published by the Kansas State Historical Society

Kansas State Historical Society 1908

http://www.ohiomemory.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16007coll27/id/7858

Title The Shawnee Indians: Their Customs, Traditions, and Folk-Lore
Subject Tradition; Moved; Bands; Customs; Folk-Lore; Shawnees; Shawnee; Clan; Delawares; Kickapoos; Treaty; Treaties; Migrate; Confederated tribes; Emigrants
Time Period 1800’s – 1900’s 1800s

1900s

Place Oklahoma; Kansas; Ohio; Paxtang (Pennsylvania); Missouri; Indian Territory; Kentucky; Georgia; Florida
Names Gore; William Connelley; Richard Edwards; Thomas Johnson; William Johnson; Lenexa; McCoy
Description This excerpt was published in 1908 by Joab Spencer for the Kansas State Historical Society, regarding the Shawnee Indiansculture. Joab also mentions that the Shawnees were first known living in western Kentucky.
Creator Joab Spencer
Date of Original 1908
Source Kansas State Historical Society
Format Books
Extent 11 pages
Submitting Institution

 

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Digital Collection
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