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Re: Mother Soloman, last Wyandot Indian1890
Posted by: Edd Faber Date: August 05, 2001 at 05:24:02
In Reply to: Re: Mother Soloman, last Wyandot Indian1890 by josie gillette of 250

Let me respond to you in increments. "Sandusky" can be a variety of things. It could be the modern Ohio city of Sandusky, the river Sandusky, the Sandusky River country or the town Upper Sandusky in modern Wyandot County Ohio.
Since she was born in 1881 after the tribe left Ohio it could be Kansas or OK. However if they remained in Ohio they submerged into the surrounding white population. Check Ohio state birth records and also those in the towns of Sandusky, Fremont, Tiffin and Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
There were no last to leave: Wyandots came and went between Ohio, Kansas and Oklahoma.There are no "lists", names that come to mind are George Wright, Peter Gyami, the Walkers and Zanes.
About Smith Nichols see Huron and Wyandot Mythology by Marius Barbeau, page X.
Since you are in California look for the town of Wyandot. A group of Wyandot traveled there during the Gold Rush.


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