The Delaware and Shawnee Admitted to Cherokee Citizenship and the Related Wyandotte and Moravian Delaware - Toni J. Prevost. This book is a collection of records for the Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandotte, who at different times settled in northeastern Kansas. Many of these Indians came from Ohio, and some intermarriage between these tribes took place. After the Civil War, white settlers who migrated to Kansas began to encroach upon the Shawnee, Delaware and Wyandottes. The Delaware and Shawnee found a new home among the Cherokees in Oklahoma. The Wyandottes (also called Hurons) moved in among the Senecas of Oklahoma. The work is divided into fourteen sections, containing information on migration patterns of the Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandottes, names of ancestors who were listed in the Treaty signed in Ohio in 1816, missionary school data, Indians in the 1860 and 1870 federal census of Wyandotte County, Kansas, biographical material about the Indians who migrated to Kansas and those who served in the Civil War from Wyandotte County, Kansas, register of names of Delawares who were admitted to Cherokee citizenship, data from the census in 1900, and information about Moravian Delawares of Middlesex and Kent County, Ontario, Canada.
(1993), 2012, 8½x11, paper, 132 pp.