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Wyandot Nation

 Organization

The Wyandot Nation of Kansas is made up of those formerly known as "absentee" or "citizen class" Wyandot Indians. The Wyandot Nation of Kansas was incorporated in 1959.

Found in 2 records:

Papers concerning the Wyandot Tribe of Ohio who were forced to relocate to Kansas Territory in 1843

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 382
Overview The documents in this collection concern the Wyandot tribe who departed Ohio in 1843, relocating in what became Kansas Territory. Most of the collection consists of letters to and from prominent members of the Wyandots who relocated from Ohio, including William Walker, Jr, his brother Joel, John W. Grey Eyes, and Wyandot Indian Agent John Johnston.
Dates: 1842 - 1864

Wyandot Nation correspondence, documents, and clippings

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 69
Scope and Contents The collection includes letters of Wyandot chiefs and principals of the Wyandot Nation. Also, there is correspondence about the Methodist Church Mission effort among the Wyandots involving the division of the Methodist Church North and South. The documents in the collection include several Wyandot land allotments to the tribe in Kansas territory. An item by item inventory is included in each folder.
Dates: 1823 - 1889