The Shawnee Indian Mission was built in 1839 by Methodist missionaries to educate the children of the Shawnee, Kansa, Munsee, Kickapoo, Wyandot, Delaware, Ottawa and Cherokee Indians, among others. At the height of its operation, the mission occupied more than two thousand acres with sixteen buildings, three of which are still standing on the site today.

The Shawnee Indian Mission was built in 1839 by Methodist missionaries to educate the children of the Shawnee, Kansa, Munsee, Kickapoo, Wyandot, Delaware, Ottawa and Cherokee Indians, among others. At the height of its operation, the mission occupied more than two thousand acres with sixteen buildings, three of which are still standing on the site today.

Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 4, No. 3 September, 1926.SOME NOTES OF INTEREST CONCERNING EARLY DAY OPERATIONS IN INDIAN TERRITORY BY METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH J. Y. Bryce..In May 1866, in New Orleans, the G. The first assignment of the newly elected Bishop included the Indian Mission Conference, the session of which was held September 12, 1866, at Bloomfield Academy, located in the extreme southeast corner of the Chickasaw Nation

Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 4, No. 3 September, 1926.SOME NOTES OF INTEREST CONCERNING EARLY DAY OPERATIONS IN INDIAN TERRITORY BY METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH J. Y. Bryce..In May 1866, in New Orleans, the G. The first assignment of the newly elected Bishop included the Indian Mission Conference, the session of which was held September 12, 1866, at Bloomfield Academy, located in the extreme southeast corner of the Chickasaw Nation

Indian Fields Methodist Campground - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Indian Fields Methodist Campground - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reception Class Easter Day, Methodist Episcopal Indian Missionary Church, Greenville, California

Reception Class Easter Day, Methodist Episcopal Indian Missionary Church, Greenville, California

Hopewell National Historic Park - Earthen mounds and embankments created by Hopewell tribe

Hopewell National Historic Park - Earthen mounds and embankments created by Hopewell tribe

Remember and commemorate the survival of the Cherokee people, forcefully removed from their homelands in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee to live in Indian Territory, now Oklahoma.

Remember and commemorate the survival of the Cherokee people, forcefully removed from their homelands in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee to live in Indian Territory, now Oklahoma.

Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum,  3436 North 27th Street, Kansas City, KS, 66104, 913-321-1220.     The archaeological ruins serve as a monument to racial harmony and to freedom. They have cultural and historical value for the descendants of Native Americans who once owned and occupied the site, for African Americans whose ancestors once looked to Quindaro as a gateway to freedom, and for the descendants of Euro-Americans who saw the need to found a Free State port and fight slavery.

Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum, 3436 North 27th Street, Kansas City, KS, 66104, 913-321-1220. The archaeological ruins serve as a monument to racial harmony and to freedom. They have cultural and historical value for the descendants of Native Americans who once owned and occupied the site, for African Americans whose ancestors once looked to Quindaro as a gateway to freedom, and for the descendants of Euro-Americans who saw the need to found a Free State port and fight slavery.

Haunted Rookery of Ft. Leavenworth, KS  Visited October 2010

Haunted Rookery of Ft. Leavenworth, KS Visited October 2010

Cleveland, OH

Cleveland, OH

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