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Ottawa Literature. Chief Pontiac. (Ottawa Chief).
"In my opinion, it was chiefly owing to their ...
Chief Pontiac's siege of Detroit
... appeal to Gladwin for a council with the Ottawa chief. When Gladwin agreed and sent
two officers to Pontiac, they were seized as hostages, and Gladwin resolved ...
chief. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition ...
... Reference > Columbia Encyclopedia > Pontiac, Ottawa chief. ... The Columbia Encyclopedia:
Sixth Edition. 2000. Pontiac, Ottawa chief ...
... 1712-1769) Son of an Ottawa father and an Ojibway mother ... By 1775 he had become a chief
with great power of ... Detroit held out and Pontiac's plan collapsed. He was ...
... Pontiac, fl. 1760 66 , Ottawa chief. He may have been the chief met by Robert Rogers
in 1760 when Rogers was on his way to take possession of the Western forts ...
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... Electric Library's Free Encyclopedia Pontiac, Ottawa Indian chief fl. 1760-66, chief
of the OTTAWA. He encouraged opposition to the British and participated in ...
was an 18th century Ottawa chief known for his ...
Pontiac was an 18 th century Ottawa chief known for his battles with the British.
More information about Pontiac is available through Ohio History Central: http ...
legend of Chief Pontiac s burialr - Tri-County ...
... Apple Island in West Bloomfield Township s Orchard Lake, according to historians,
was "a haven of rest," for the most famous Ottawa warrior, Chief Pontiac. ...
... Chief Pontiac lived near what is now Detroit. Pontiac was an Ottawa Chief. Pontiac
supposely was killed by the Illinios Indians that were hired by the British. ...
... Trivia: Pontiac was a chief of the Ottawa Indian tribe that settled near Detroit
in the 1770 s. This is now Pontiac, Michigan. Go get em Chief! Copyright ...
Memoriam Lex Barker: Battles of Chief Pontiac
... Kent McIntire tries to make peace between the Ottawa and the British. When he visits
his friend chief Pontiac he meets white hostage Winifred Lancaster and ...
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9.CHIEF PONTIAC. Chief Pontiac of the Ottawa...Born in 1720, won many intertribal
conflicts and began Englsih as a teenager...Began to speak out under British ...
Marker: Chief Pontiac
... history, says that Pontiac once lived on Apple Island here in Orchard Lake. This
great Indian chief was born around 1720, probably in the Ottawa village on the ...
Guide: Lifestyle: Cultures & Groups: Ethnic Communities ...
... Ottawa leader, including descriptions of his military exploits. Chief Pontiac -
Ottawa & Potawatomi Literature - Cultural resource pays tribute to this 18th ...
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