Margaret Grey-Eyes "Mother" Solomon, last Wyandot Indian, ca. 1880. She attended the first school on the reservation, established by missionary John Stewart. In July 1843, the tribe was relocated to Kansas City, Kansas. She and her second husband, John Solomon, returned to live in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, around 1865. Margaret's work in the Wyandot community earned her the nickname "Mother Solomon."
Charles Bluejacket - Shawnee/Wyandot - c. 1860-1879 Son of George Blue Jacket Indian name - Kal-we. He married 3 times & is said to have 23 children. To date, we can account for 20. He became a Methodist minister at the Shawnee Methodist Mission in Kansas City, translated sermons for the Shawnee with Charles Journeycake for the Delaware. Charles was a gov. interpreter & last chief of the Shawnee tribe. His interpretative skills were used at the signing of the 1854 Shawnee Treaty in…
Between-The-Logs Warrior, Minister, and Chief of the last remaining tribe of Ohio...the Wyandot (Huron). Born near Lower Sandusky about 1780. Died January 1, 1827 (Approx. 46) Father was Seneca Mother was Wyandott (Bear Clan)
Ned Christie....Christie was born at Wauhillau, Going Snake District, Cherokee Nation, in the present-day state of Oklahoma. He was the son of the Removal Era, Trail of Tears, survivors, Watt and Lydia (Thrower) Christie. They were of the Keetowah band, the most traditional of Cherokee peoples. As a child and young man, Christie was a marble champion, stick ball player and popular fiddle player.