A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans

By William E. Connelley

    From the same book

Kansas and Kansans Biographies

Photo Page
Linguistic Families
Siouan
Wakanda
Kansas Indians
Kansa Camping Circle
Kansas Lodge
Black Bird Omaha Chief
Ca-ega-wa-tan-ninga
Kansas and Osage
Wah-Shun-Gah Chief of the Kaw
Kansas and Pawnee
Big Blue River
Treaty June 3, 1825
Osage Camping Circle
Christianizing the Kansas Indians
The Osage
Fourteen Gentes
Great and Little Osages
Treaty of November 10, 1808
Religious Beliefs
Great Osages of the Osage River
Great Osages of the Neeozho
Indian Baby in Baby-Frame
Osage Family
Osage Family
Little Osage
Missionaries
Reservation
Warner Lewis
The Pawnee
Four Bands of the Pawnee
Confederated Pawnee
Pawnees and the Delaware
Pawnee and the Kansa
Arapaho and Cheyenne
Chief White Buffalo
Powder Face
Arapaho Five principal divisions
Cheyenne eleven divisions
Treaty made February 18, 1861
The Kiowa
Comanche
Comanche and Kiowa
Shawnee
Western Shawnee
Reservation
Absentee Shawnees
Rev. Thomas Johnson
Baptists  Mission
The Shawnee Sun
Quaker Mission
Kansas River Reservation
Phratries
Thirteen clans
Delaware
Original Men
Sub-clans
Wolf Clans
Turtle Clans
Turkey Clans
Delaware Government
First Treaty
Cape Girardeau
Delaware and Pawnee
Delaware and Shawnee
Sagundai
The Wyandot
Wyandot Clans
Treaty May 6, 1854
First Phratry
Second Phratry
Marriage Laws
Wyandot Mythology
Proper Names
Green Corn Feast
Adoption
Migrations
Seneca and Wyandot
Falls of Niagara
Treaty March 17, 1842
First Mission
Citizens of the United States
Pottawatomie
Prairie Band
Abram Burnett, Chief of the Pottawatomi
Treaty June, 1846
Pottawatomie Mission
Rev. Robert Simmerwell
Mrs. Fannie Simmerwell
Catholics Mission
Pawnee and Pottawatomie
Social Organization
Cherokees
The New York Indians
Kickapoo
Iowa
Sacs or Sauk
Foxes
Fraud
Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi
The Ottawa
Rev. Jotham Meeker
“Ottawa” Jones
The Miami
Chippewa
Moravian Munsee
Kaskaskia Confederacy
Quapaw
Otoe and Missouri

Authorities



MLA Source Citation:

Connelley, William E. A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans. Chicago : Lewis, 1918. 5v. Biographies can be accessed from this page: Kansas and Kansans Biographies. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 28 July 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/kansas/a-standard-history-of-kansas-and-kansans.htm - Last updated on Feb 10th, 2013


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