Fox Tribe

Fox Indians (trans. in plural of wagosh, ‘red fox,’ the name of a clan). An Algonquian tribe, so named, according to Fox tradition recorded by Dr. William Jones, because once while some Wagohugi, members of the Fox clan, were hunting, they met the French, who asked who they were; the Indians gave the name of



Fox Indian Social Organization

Fox Indian Social Organization



The Sac and Fox of the Mississippi

Rev. Jotham Meeker

The Sac and Fox of the Mississippi



The Cherokee of Kansas

The Cherokee Indian Tribe



Condition of the Iowa Indians in 1890

Iowa Indian Tribes in the 1890 Census



Tribal Signs – Cree to Kutine – Sign Language

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Sign Language Among North American Indians – Tribal Signs



Sac and Fox Indian Tribes Photo Descriptions

Sac and Fox Indian Tribes



Warren County Circuit Court

Warren County Circuit Court



General Scott Arrives at Chicago

General Scott Arrives at Chicago



General Atkinson’s Report

General Atkinson’s Report



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