Native Americans

The Tri-State area has known the presence of Native Americans for thousands of years.  More recently the Miami, Sioux and Meskwaki have called this area of the heartland home.

Photographs & Images

LJTP 100.005 - Gardner image of Native American Chief

LJTP 100.005 - Gardner image of Native American Chief

LJTP 100.059 - Sioux Chief American Horse by F.A. Rinehart - 1898

LJTP 100.059 - Sioux Chief American Horse by F.A. Rinehart - 1898

LJTP 100.064 - Native American Boy by S. Root - c.1860

LJTP 100.064 - Native American Boy by S. Root - c.1860

Maps

LJTP 500.003 - Sketches of the Public Survey in Iowa Territory - 1845

LJTP 500.003 - Sketches of the Public Survey in Iowa Territory - 1845

LJTP 500.005 - North America - Sheet V The North West and Michigan Territories - 1833

LJTP 500.005 - North America - Sheet V The North West and Michigan Territories - 1833

LJTP 500.006 - Sidney Hall - United States - 1828

LJTP 500.006 - Sidney Hall - United States - 1828

LJTP 500.007 - Comprehensive Atlas Geographical, Historical and Commercial - United States Exhibiting the Railroads and Canals - 1835

LJTP 500.007 - Comprehensive Atlas Geographical, Historical and Commercial - United States Exhibiting the Railroads and Canals - 1835

LJTP 500.009 - Public Survey of Wisconsin & Territory of Minnesota

LJTP 500.009 - Public Survey of Wisconsin & Territory of Minnesota - 1855

LJTP 500.012 - Carte Du Canada ou Dela Nouvelle France - 1708