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1. A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri, with Numerous Sketches, Anecdotes, Adventures, etc., Relating A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri, with Numerous Sketches, Anecdotes, Adventures, etc., Relating to Early Days in Missouri //1876 Autobiography of Indian leader Black Hawk, "born at the Sac Village, on Rock River, in the year 1767," dictated "to Antoine Leclair, United States Interpreter for the Sac and Fox Indians, in August, 1833,...

2. Indian Reservations in Kansas and the Extinguishment of Their Title Indian Reservations in Kansas and the Extinguishment of Their Title 1904 Extensive and detailed article, with map, about the removal of the Indian tribes from the East to Kansas and the west and their loss of titles to land there as well. Description of parts played by federal...

3. Iowa Iowa ca. 1840 Map of Iowa showing twenty counties in eastern Iowa, with the rest of the area depicted divided between the Sioux (mostly in present-day Minnesota), and Neutral Ground, Sauks and Foxes, Iowas and Pottawattamies....

4. Iowa Iowa 1846 Map of Iowa showing thirty counties in eastern Iowa, with lands of Sauks and Foxes, Iowas, Pottawattamies indicated in the western sections.

5. John Campbell Compilation Finding Aid John Campbell Compilation Finding Aid 1805-1965 The date of John Campbell's birth is unknown, although it is known he was a soldier in 1797. He was issued a license to trade with the Indians along the Missouri and Des Moines Rivers in 1822 and was in...

6. Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid Native American/Western Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1880s-1901 This collection contains over over 140 glass plate negatives, cabinet cards, and assorted prints. The images are primarily of Native American peoples, cowboys, and “Boomer” settlers in Indian Territory...

7. Northeast Corner of Kansas Territory Northeast Corner of Kansas Territory 1854 Map showing area immediately west of the Missouri River, in present-day Doniphan, Atchison, and Leavenworth counties, Kansas. The right-hand side of the page is north. Map shows Indian lands, including...

8. Proposed Charter and Minutes of Highland University Proposed Charter and Minutes of Highland University 1857-1868 The first section of this roll of microfilm contains the handwritten proposed charter of Highland University and minutes of the Board of Trustees, December 19, 1857, to November 12, 1868. It is noted on...

9. Sac and Fox Bark House Sac and Fox Bark House ca. 1885 Exterior view of a large bark house in a Sac & Fox Indian village. Several individuals are seated in front of the dwelling; third from left is Pa She Pa Ho, the Sac Chief.

10. The Emigrant Indians of Kansas: A Critical Bibliography The Emigrant Indians of Kansas: A Critical Bibliography June 1, 1905 As the title suggests, this book includes not only a listing of resources about the Indians in Kansas but a helpful essay with background information. Reserves in Kansas were set aside for the following...

11. The Missouri Citizen: History, Institutions and Constitution of the State The Missouri Citizen: History, Institutions and Constitution of the State 1960 Description of the word origin and pronunciation of the state of Missouri, the Missouri Indians, and the Missouri River.

12. The Sauk and Fox Treaty of 1804 The Sauk and Fox Treaty of 1804 October 1, 1956 Article relates the history of the Sauk and Fox Treaty of 1804, Governor William Henry Harrison of Indiana Territory being the architect of the treaty. He visited St. Louis on October 12, 1804, at the...