Index to Newspapers Clippings (by Title) in Mrs. Grace Beauchamp Lodder’s Scrapbooks (Boxes 38-39)

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    Grace Beauchamp Lodder Scrapbook, 1923-1929  
38 1 Onondaga Octogenarian Sees Dislike of Farming as Handicap to Her People 3
38 1 Indian Actress Back to Fight for House 3
38 1 New Onondaga Chief Wars on Lawlessness 4
38 1 Indians Elect; Feud Continues 4
38 1 Farmers Hosts to Indians 4
38 1 Old Fortress of Indian War Being Restored 4
38 1 Onondaga Indian Welfare Society 4
38 1 Ancient Fort at Brewerton to Be Restored 5
38 1 Relics of 1750 Found in Fort at Brewerton 5
38 1 $300 for Yearly Upkeep 5
38 1 Prehistoric Forts on Seneca River 5
38 1 Our Indians on the War Path 5
38 1 Wealth of Historic Lore Adds to Interest in Region of Lakes 6
38 1 Corn Festival at Indian Reservation 6
38 1 Saved by Evil Spirit 6
38 1 Enlisting Aid of Our Indians 6
38 1 Six Nations of the Iroquois Are Called on for Precedent in Philippine Independence 6
38 1 Future of Our Indians 7
38 1 Women Governed Six Nations, Law Translation Shows 7
38 1 Five Generations are Represented at Birthday Fete 7
38 1 Indian Laws are Codified 7
38 1 Original Salt Spring Sought 8
38 1 Salt Works Visited When They Were Three Years Old Were to Supply Hundred Million People; Site Probably a Half Mile Up Mud Creek 8
38 1 A Black Prince Here at Home 8
38 1 Onondagas Suffer for Killing of Fur Animals, Yet Are the “Handsomest,” “Wisest” and “Bravest”, and Get Corn, Tobacco and Pumpkins by Vision 8
38 1 Niagara Cave’s Evil Repute Saved Soldier from Indians 8
38 1 Weird Jack-Pudding Lives on in Susquehanna Valley Legend 9
38 1 Seneca Chief’s Defeat Due to Ruse 9
38 1 Salem’s 240-Year-Old Deed Is Put in Vault for Safety 9
38 1 From One Who Knows the Indian 9
38 1 The Rights of the Indian 9
38 1 Training Where Dwelt the Iroquois 10
38 1 Original Indian Treaty Shown at Canandaigua 10
38 1 Bought in 1920 10
38 1 Appear Granted Indian Chieftain 10
38 1 Indian’s Friend Dies Suddenly 10
38 1 25 Years Ago 10
38 1 Indian Invents New Explosive 11
38 1 Re-Enact Old Treaty, Meet With Indians 11
38 1 Why the Hurons? 11
38 1 Brant and Cherry Valley 11
38 1 Syracuse History from Earliest Days to be Pictured at Strand 11
38 1 What We Escaped 11
38 1 Indian Music 12
38 1 Iroquois Maid’s Tears Wear Away Rock. A.D.L. 12
38 1 Papoose Board is Treasure of Erhest J. Bero 12
38 1 Mound Yields Indian Bones 12
38 1 Map 100 Years Old Presented for Library Use 12
38 1 Manhattan Indian Tribe Is Now Scattered Far 13
38 1 “Barred” From Hearing 14
38 1 Indian Couple Objects to Assault Warrants 14
38 1 Authorities Try to Solve Riddle for Girl’s Care 14
38 1 Onondaga Indian Child in Custody of Court in Ohio 14
38 1 Indian Suffers Broken Back in Plunge 14
38 1 Indians Give Governor’s Wife Specially Made Grass Basket 14
38 1 Indians to Have Corn Dance Sunday 15
38 1 Green Corn Dance Today 15
38 1 Six Nations Rally Sunday 15
38 1 Indian Lacrosse Game Feature Event Today 15
38 1 Onondaga Lacrossers Beat Canadians, 10-3 15
38 1 Gypsies Are Threatened by Indian Gang 15
38 1 Onondaga Indian Chief Gives Gypsies Right to Set Up Camp 15
38 1 Creates Scholarship for an Indian Girl 15
38 1 Onondagas Will Reconstruct Indian Village for Movie Scene 15
38 1 Indian Victor in First Battle on Deportation 15
38 1 Indian Arrested After He Wrecks Automobile 15
38 1 Indian Wedding Features Pageant at Seventh Lake 16
38 1 Onondaga Chief Emulates Father, Enlists in Navy 16
38 1 Indian to Attend Funeral of Wife with Jail Guard 16
38 1 25 Years Ago 16
38 1 The Acts of the Iroquois 16
38 1 More Indians and Less Trouble 16
38 1 Iroquois to Fill Long House for Reservation Wedding Tonight 17
38 1 Onondagas Will Use Ancient Rites at Wedding 17
38 1 Indian Princess and Chief to Wed to Tom-tom Beats 17
38 1 Old Indian Legend Tells of the Spirit of the Hudson 17
38 1 Indian Elm Still Stands in Waterloo 17
38 1 Real Injun WFBL Star 17
38 1 From the Files of the Herald, February 14, 1914, Syracuse 17
38 1 Indian Service Posts Now Open 17
38 1 Aged Indian Speaker Here to Address Lions 18
38 1 Rochester Indian Boy Heals Halt, Blind, Ill 18
38 1 Famous Aborigine Visits Syracuse 19
38 1 Came, Saw and Captivated Syracusans in 10-Minute Visit 19
38 1 Indian Musicians Want Passports to Tour Europe 19
38 1 Probe Indian School Absence 19
38 1 Indian Ritual Used at Red Man’s Burial 19
38 1 Indian Boy “Healer” Taken Off Stage, Father Arrested 19
38 1 Indian Dies in Hospital 19
38 1 Indian Succumbs to Fracturing of Skull 19
38 1 Indian Burial Rites Said for Alex Lewis 19
38 1 Adams Chosen as Director of State Museum 20
38 1 Dr. Adams Gains Sachem’s Title 20
38 1 Onondagas Spurn Vote 20
38 1 Who’s Chief of Iroquois? Dispute Up to Cooper 20
38 1 25 Years Ago 20
38 1 Indians Divided on Which Chief Rules Iroquois 21
38 1 First Conference for Six Nations Opens Tomorrow 21
38 1 G.G. Fryer Honored by Indian Association 21
38 1 Nedrow Indian Chief Will Speak at Ithaca 21
38 1 Indian Truancy Divides Chiefs 21
38 1 Heads Society for Welfare of Indians 21
38 1 The Indian Now a Clubman 21
38 1 Indian To Be Buried in Potter’s Field 21
38 1 Boy Runs Away From Onondaga Reservation 21
38 1 First New York Realtor Got Bargain 22
38 1 Canadian Indian, Ward of County Six Years, Dead 23
38 1 Indian Magna Carta Writ in Wampum Belts 24
38 1 Old Indians Protest Ban on Sun Dance 25
38 1 Indian Girls Held in Immigration Case 25
38 1 American Indian “Foreigner”? Iroquois Await Court Reply 25
38 1 E-e-eyah! Watch Pale Face Adults Gather as These Redskin Scouts Sound the Tom-Tom 26
38 1 Episcopal 26
38 1 Boy Scouts to Operate Three Camps 27
38 1 Hungarian Dancers and Indian Girl Scouts 27
38 1 Two Indians in Custody 27
38 1 “Guilty”, Say Indians; Allowed New Chance 27
38 1 Tree Map Will Show Battle Lines on Oriskany Field Where Herkimer’s Troops Defeated British and Indians 28
38 1 Gathering of Indian Scheduled for June 28
38 1 New York Indian Colony Now Has Its Own Club 28
38 1 Reservation Indians to Hold Corn Dance 28
38 1 Indian Gets 30 Days as Intoxicated Driver 28
38 1 Indians’ Dispute Over Sand Price Heard in March 29
38 1 Reservation Babies Have Show for Beauty Honors 29
38 1 Squaw, 119, Still Smokes Her Pipe, Weaves Baskets 29
38 1 Indian Tribal Rights Enigma Stumps State, Federal Men 29
38 1 Cigar Store Indian Owes Comeback to Teacher 30
38 1 Indian Battles Officer Before Large Throng 30
38 1 Indian Collection on Exhibition in Library Building 30
38 1 Indian Pottery on Exhibition 30
38 1 Retired Rector, Adviser Among Indians, Is Dead 31
38 1 Task Half Done, Cleric Author Dies at 87 31
38 1 Clergyman Dies 31
38 1 Death Ends 60 Years Indian Bible Work 31
38 1 Missionary Dies 31
38 1 Iroquois Grammar Completed 31
38 1 Indian Killed as Car Turns Over in Field 32
38 1 Kin Fail to Claim Body of Red Wing 32
38 1 Indian Youth Gets Diploma 32
38 1 Indian Graduates 32
38 1 Old Genesee Turnpike an Indian Trail 32
38 1 Indian Critically Hurt, Run Down as He Fixes Tire 32
38 1 Barnell First “Paleface” Adopted by Six Nations 33
38 1 Indian Museum Open an Annex 33
38 1 Skulls of Tribe of Indians Found in Buffalo Outskirts 33
38 1 Indian Matron Hurls Stones at Pastor’s Car 34
38 1 Davis Is Attacked by Mrs. Wheelcock as Service Closes 34
38 1 Quiet Prevails on Reservation 34
38 1 Indian Woman Accused of Attack on Minister Demands Trial by Jury 35
38 1 Jurors Called for Indian Case 35
38 1 Indian Woman to Decide If Row Ends 35
38 1 Indian Woman is Freed 35
38 1 Indian Woman Weighs Stone Throwing Charge 35
38 1 Pastor Withdraws Charges Against Reservation Woman 36
38 1 Indian Killed, Friend Shot 36
38 1 No Relative Appears at Red Wing’s Burial 36
38 1 Chief’s Council, Jury Trial Called in Pastor-Woman Row 36
38 1 Indians in Christian Marriage 36
38 1 Chief Wild Pigeon Dies 36
38 1 Indians Gather Next Saturday 37
38 1 Braves to Pick Dead Chief’s Successors 37
38 1 Indian Is Given Manlius Award 37
38 1 Six Nations of Iroquois Stage Ceremonial Dance in State Park 37
38 1 Hold Indian for Thefts on Reservation 37
38 1 Indians of Six Nations End Biggest Pow-Wow in Years 37
38 1 Champlain Overwhelmed by Iroquois Indians at Point Where Later Stood Fort Brewerton 38
38 1 A Half-breed Oneida Sachem, Thomas Spencer, Warned Fort Stanwix After Spying in Canada 38
38 1 Tobacco Nation of Indians and a High-grade Smoke 38
38 1 To Unveil Peace Boulder 38
38 1 Believe It - or Not? Shovel Turns Indian Relic. 38
38 1 Indians Ask Visit by Pyrke and Send Food for the Trip 38
38 1 Deputy for Onondaga Arrests Four Indians 38
38 1 An Oil Tablet in Upstate Town 39
38 1 Proposes to Put Indian Oil Spring in State’s Hands 39
38 1 Seneca Indians Own Birthplace of Oil Industry 39
38 1 Our First Oil, 300 Years Ago 39
38 1 Oldest American White Woman Describes Flight from Indian Braves 108 Years Ago 40
38 1 Two Indian Youths Are Reported Missing 40
38 1 Chief War Eagle Back Home Again 40
38 1 Indian, Reported Missing, Returns 40
38 1 Missing Indian Home, Wife Tells Sheriff 40
38 1 Lad a Captive of Indians for Three Years Finds Way Back Home on Locating Little Stone Wall He and Playmates Had Made 41
38 1 Seek Indian’s Widow and Child Before Settlement of Estate 41
38 1 Indian Woman, 115, Credits Use of Tobacco 41
38 1 Indian Woman, 115, Puffs at Pipe as She Makes Baskets 41
38 1 Descendant of Boy Who Was Captured by Indians Finds Old Papers Which Tell of His Services as Interpreter with the Six Nations of the Iroquois 41
38 1 Indian Bureau Failed to Keep Trust, Charged 42
38 1 Shawl 150 Years Old 42
38 1 Tuscaroras in War Dance 43
38 1 New York Indians Picnic 43
38 1 Six Nations’ Years of Peace Remembered at Bridge Rites 43
38 1 The Blood of the Iroquois Flowed in His Veins 43
38 1 Mrs. Avis Hill, Born an Indian Princess, Dies 44
38 1 Bishop Coley to Serve at Reservation Funeral 44
38 1 Princess Dies. Oldest Matron of Onondagas Dies at 96 44
38 1 Ivory War Club, Syracuse Relic, Once was Tusk 44
38 1 Spreads News 45
38 1 Onondaga Indians Back from Circus Tour of Continent 45
38 1 Indian Girls Quit Big Top 45
38 1 Abbott Farm Has Been Used by Six Generations of Family 45
38 1 Youth, Girl Compete for D.A.R. Prize 46
38 1 Indian Child Fails in Try to Halt Fire 46
38 1 The Iroquois and Communism 46
38 1 Indian Girl Loses Life Following Fire Dare 47
38 1 Chief’s Child in Critical Condition 47
38 1 Reservation Residents Join Circus for Tour of Old World 48
38 1 7 Onondaga Indians Sail on Europe Tour 48
38 1 Release Indian on Auto Charge 48
38 1 Eight Indians to Tour Europe as Circus Stars 48
38 1 Mohawk Baritone Again on Warpath 48
38 1 Indian Music No Basis for National Art, Says Critic 48
38 1 Chief 71 Friday 48
38 1 Gives Quart of Blood to Woman for Operation 48
38 1 Indian Boy Rolling Hoop at Reservation Is Stunned by Auto 48
38 1 Gives Entire Life to Bible for Indians 49
38 1 Indians Win Border Line Action Point 49
38 1 Indians Demand Legal Right to Cross Canadian Border 49
38 1 War Eagle Held After His Wife Is Injured by Blow 50
38 1 Indian Doctor Held Over for Grand Jury 50
38 1 Dr. War Eagle Given Year in Penitentiary 50
38 1 Jury Gets Case of Indian “Doctor” 50
38 1 Indian Doctor Sent to “Pen” for Year 50
38 1 Indian Girl, 5, Taking Dare, Plunges Into Fire; Burned Badly on Body 50
38 1 Indians Held as Bootlegs 51
38 1 Indians Oppose Sale of Liquor 51
38 1 150 Years Ago by Jonathan A. Rawson, Jr. 51
38 1 Pontiac and Sir William Johnson at Fort Ontario 51
38 1 Sister’s Dare Costs Life of Indian Girl 51
38 1 150 Years Ago. By Jonathan A. Rawson, Jr. 51
38 1 Indian Land Trial Opens 52
38 1 Call Twice in Indians’ War of Words 52
38 1 Indians Pass Peace Pipe in Court Action 52
38 1 Indians Break Court Quiet with Cheers 52
38 1 Woman Started Dispute 52
38 1 Frequent Clashes Mark Suit Over Indian Land 53
38 1 Indian Factions to Clash Again in Sand Hearing 53
38 1 Kelloggs Seeking to Sell New York to Indians, Claim 53
38 1 Indian Woman Explains Wampum in Tribe Tilt 53
38 1 Old Tribe Law Cited in Indian Gravel Action 54
38 1 Indians Paid $100,000 to Trio in Plan to Reclaim State, Lyons Charges 54
38 1 Warring Chiefs Try for Agreement Today 54
38 1 Indian Woman Wins 2-Year Dispute 54
38 1 Chiefs Lose Legal War Over Sand Pit 55
38 1 Indians Put Troubles in Arbiter’s Hands 55
38 1 Chiefs’ Dispute Unsettled Tho [sic]Sand [sic] Suit Ends 55
38 1 Indians Debate Ballot to End Chiefs’ Dispute 55
38 1 American Indian Not Alien, Holds Federal Jurist 55
38 1 Indians Immune to Quota Laws 55
38 1 Indian Leaders Held for Trial in Montreal 55
38 1 Onondagas Face Trial at Montreal 55
38 1 Indian Spirits’ Meeting Place May Be Taken 56
38 1 Indian Lands and Invaders. D.R. Hill 56
38 1 Chiefs Consent to Power Lines 56
38 1 Dispute Over Sand Receipts Expected to End Chiefs’ Controversy 56
38 1 200 Acres Goal of Indian Claim 56
38 1 What the Indian Is Doing 57
38 1 Indian Bill Now in Senate’s Hands 57
38 1 Indian Freed of Theft Charge 57
38 1 Chiefs Give Lighting Co. Land Rights 57
38 1 Wires on Reservation Unopposed at Hearing 57
38 1 Our Navigable River 57
38 1 Chiefs and Condolences 58
38 1 Syracuse Boy of 14 Writes Book on Indian Excavations 58
38 1 Indian Boy’s Condition Continues Serious 58
38 1 Seneca Indian Ruler Dies 58
38 1 Indians Serve Bravely in Civil War, Says Davis 59
38 1 G.A.R. Veteran 59
38 1 Storm Clouds and Great Serpents. L.P. 59
38 1 W.C.T.U. Baby Show at Reservation 59
38 1 Army “Slum” is Old Dish for Indian Tribe 59
38 1 Indians Share in Picnic 59
38 1 Indians to Have Green Corn Dance 59
38 1 Indians Meet for Welfare 59
38 1 Brave’s Lone Corn Dance Gives Tribe Real Thrill 59
38 1 Indian Dies of Alcoholism 59
38 1 State Aid Sought for Indians Who Wish Education 59
38 1 Indian Pupils Seek High School Course 60
38 1 Indian Arrested When Whoops Draw Crowd 60
38 1 Indians Will Conduct Rites for Van Every 60
38 1 Full Indian Rites at Van Every Funeral 60
38 1 Commit Indian Boys to County Orphanage 60
38 1 Wampum of Deer Clan Taken from Lifeless Hands of Chief in Burial Rites of Onondagas 60
38 1 Letters on Estate of Onondaga Chief Issued to Father 60
38 1 Aged Indian Farmer Victim of Pneumonia 60
38 1 Indians to Show Five Nations Dances 60
38 1 Chief Van Every Buried with Full Indian Rites 61
38 1 The Onondagas and Pennsylvania. I.R.O. 61
38 1 Give True Indian Dances 61
38 1 Weary of Listlessness of Modern Life, Indian Seeks Thrill in Air Corps 62
38 1 New Highway Once Trail of Indians 62
38 1 Visitor at Reservation Sentenced to 30 Days 62
38 1 As In Olden Days 62
38 1 Indians Revel in Harvest Dances 62
38 1 Mary Jemison Is Honored with Another Statue 63
38 1 Quart of Blood Given By Indian for Woman 64
38 1 Modern Use of Rolling Pins Known in Reservation Home 64
38 1 Indian Woman Battler of Police is Held 64
38 1 Indian Free Pending His Good Behavior 64
38 1 2 Indians Held on Drink Charge: War on Bootlegs 64
38 1 Indians Revel in Harvest Dances 64
38 1 Reservationist is Held in Abandonment Cast 64
38 1 Indian Accused of Abandoning Baby 64
38 1 Indian Duped by Fake Bill 64
38 1 Indian Has 50th Counterfeit Bill 64
38 1 Cornelius Couple from Reservation Injured in Upset 64
38 1 Convict Indians Caught Fighting 64
38 1 Red Wing Not an Indian, Petition for Estate of Accident Victim Shows 65
38 1 “Indian” Victim of Car Found to Be White 65
38 1 Red Wing Case Considered by Grand Jury 65
38 1 Indians Bury White as Red 65
38 1 Finds Child Dead in Bed 65
38 1 Indian Baby Found Dead in Its Crib 65
38 1 Whole Indian Village Feature of Next Fair 65
38 1 Model of Indian Made by Syracuse Boy of 12 65
38 1 Five Nations Village to Be Fair Exhibit 65
38 1 Whole Indian Village Feature of Next Fair 65
38 1 Indian’s Body Home from Germany 66
38 1 Pact-Bound, Uncle Sam Gives Cloth to Indians 66
38 1 Indian Joins Army for Service in Hawaii 67
38 1 Indian Joins for Service in Infantry 67
38 1 St. Regis Indian Tribe Loses Its Claim on Power 67
38 1 Indians Claim for Property Dismissed 67
38 1 Indians Lose Claim to Vast State Tract 67
38 1 Fort Brewerton Restoration Will Be Taken Up This Fall 68
38 1 Widow Missing, Red Wing’s Brother Gets Right to Sue 68
38 1 Authority on Indians to Speak Tomorrow 68
38 1 Dr. Hinsdale to Tell About Old Village 68
38 1 Ka-ne-en-da, Fishing Village of Indians, Now Under Waste 68
38 1 To all New York Indians and Their Friends: 69
38 1 Welfare Society as Aid to Indians Meets in October 69
38 1 Indian Welfare Workers Meet Here October 28 69
38 1 Noted Indians Here Tonight 70
38 1 Indian Welfare Group to Meet 70
38 1 Indian Aid Group Elects 70
38 1 Chiefs Invited to Hear Burke 70
38 1 Relation of Indian to Federal Government, Conference Topic 70
38 1 Indians’ Health Welfare Topic 71
38 1 Indian Leaders Explain Youth Movement 71
38 1 Princess Tells Indians of Her Work 71
38 1 Indians Granted Writ of Error 71
38 1 Relation of Indian to Federal Government, Conference Topic 71
38 1 Indian Chiefs to File Appeal 71
38 1 Indian Sand Now Reaches U.S. Courts 72
38 1 Right of Indians to Govern Upheld 72
38 1 Onondagan Fights Extradition Move in Desertion Case 72
38 1 Indian Calls Extradition Illegal 72
38 1 Indian Contends Courts Lacking in Jurisdiction 72
38 1 Indian Must Face Abandonment Charge 72
38 1 Indian Brought Back for Trial 72
38 1 Indian Charged With Abandonment 73
38 1 Park Proposed to Circle Lake at Jamesville 73
38 1 Indians Fled Frontenac 73
38 1 Indians Lay Claim to Town in New York 73
38 1 Chiefs May Be Asked to Curb Indian Flappers’ Disobedience 73
38 1 Indian Girl Fights Curfew’s Rule, Sent Away to School 73
38 1 Indian Council to Take Action Against Flappers 73
38 1 Ragged Indian Boy to Enter Orphanage 73
38 1 Six Nations Conduct Pow-Wow at Buffalo 73
38 1 Destiny in a Turnip Patch by Gladys C. Von Blanck 74
38 1 Indian Detained After Complaining of Holdup 75
38 1 Indian Claims Thugs Robbed Him 75
38 1 Indian Chases Burglar Gang 75
38 1 Radisson, First White Man to Reach Site of Syracuse, Once Adopted by Mohawks 75
38 1 Six Men Jailed After Burglary at Indian Home 75
38 1 Thugs Assail Indian, Take Case and Watch 75
38 1 Onondaga Once Considered Promised Land for Indians 76
38 1 Indian Youths Earned Meals or Went Without 76
38 1 E.A. Bates to Address Grange on Indian Trails 76
38 1 Talk on Indians at Geddes Grange 76
38 1 Wampum Exhibit in Museum Recalls Old Indian Mint 76
38 1 Indians to Build Community House 76
38 1 Onondaga Indians to Hear Farm Lectures 76
38 1 Descendants of Indian Farmer Meet in Ithaca 76
38 1 Onondaga Braves Get Farm Lessons at Cornell 76
38 1 Indian Aids Search for Bold Robber 76
38 1 Indian Held in Rivas Holdup Case 76
38 1 Indian Robbed at Gun Point 77
38 1 Shoppers Given Scare as Chase Follows Holdup 77
38 1 Indian to Plead Killing in Accord With Old Custom 77
38 1 Digging Up Indian Villages 77
38 1 Indians and Immigration 77
38 1 Reservation Children Give Play Tomorrow 77
38 1 When Raiding British Troops Were Defeated by White Settlers and Friendly Red Men in Early Fighting Upon Chittenango Creek 77
38 1 When General Sullivan’s Army Carried Out Washington’s Iroquois “Destruction” Order 78
38 1 Back to Fort Stanwix After Onondaga Raid. J.E. Milton 78
38 1 A Day for Dividing the Plunder. A.K.M. 78
38 1 4-Year Scholarship Established by D.A.R. for Six Nations Girl 78
38 1 D.A.R. to Raise Money for Gift of Scholarship 78
38 1 Indians as Farmers 78
38 1 Treaty. City Wants Portions of Reservation 79
38 1 To Decide on Printing of Flood Relief Report 79
38 1 Indian is Jailed After Failing to Heed Court Edict 79
38 1 Indian Held for Parole Violation 79
38 1 Mrs. L.M. Kellogg Faces Jury Trial in Montreal Court 80
38 1 Mrs. Kellogg Faces Charges 80
38 1 Accused of Defrauding Indians 80
38 1 Indians Claim N.Y. Lands 80
38 1 Says Indian to Press Land Claim 80
38 1 Trial Reveals Indian Claim to Syracuse 80
38 1 Tells of Pact with Indians 80
38 1 Kelloggs Free in Indian Land Row 80
38 1 Chief Thomas Testifies in Indian Trial 81
38 1 Indians Will Push Suit for State Lands 81
38 1 Pact Between Six Nations and Counsel Reaches Montreal Court 81
38 1 Indian Girl to Get Scholarship 82
38 1 Indian Village Tourists’ Lure 82
38 1 John Kilham to Talk of Indian Traits, Lore 82
38 1 Accused of Desertion, Indian to Fight Return 82
38 1 Rambling ’Round the Reservation. Joseph H. Adams 82
38 1 Boys Have Home Attractions to Keep Off Streets at Night 83
38 1 Draw Near, Ye Redskins! Eternal Salt Debt Due 83
38 1 Today’s Story in New York History. Frederic A. Godcharles 84
38 1 Jones Girl Stricken at Reservation Home 84
38 1 Indian Hunter Survives Shooting 84
38 1 Medicine Men of Onondagas Dance While Evil Spirits Flee 84
38 1 Seneca Indians Celebrate 84
38 1 Indians Feast to Run 8 Days More 84
38 1 Onondaga Indians Paid Annual Tribute of Salt 84
38 1 Early Names on Long Island 85
38 1 Indian Youth Shot Hunting, to Recover 85
38 1 Indian Wounded By Shot Crawls Through Woods 85
38 1 Indian Boy, Run Down, Gets $700 85
38 1 Indians’ Freedom Sought by Chief 85
38 1 Six Nations Confer Here 85
38 1 Site of Johnson Fort at Valley Urged for Park 86
38 1 Talk on Indians by Dr. Johnson 86
38 1 Chamber Proposes Indian Village to Bring Tourists 86
38 1 Reservation Drivers Lose Their Licenses 86
38 1 Indian Songs Theme for S.-L. Club 86
38 1 Six Nations Deny Consent to Sue 86
38 1 Rival Chiefs Air Claims in U.S. Court 86
38 1 Red Light Halts 8-Mile Chase as Man Dodges Car 86
38 1 Court to Name Ruling Faction of Six Nations 87
38 1 Court Told of Chief’s Fall 87
38 1 Woman Is Boss of Indian Tribe, Bryant Is Told 87
38 1 Chief Lyons Shows Court Old Ceremony 88
38 1 Story Vital to Suit over Gravel Sale 88
38 1 Deposed Indian Chief Not First To Be Rejected 88
38 1 Hold Court at Death Bed 88
38 1 Phoebe Lyons Tells How She Cut Down Kin 89
38 1 Bulk of Indian Population To Witness Trial 89
38 1 Clan Mother Testifies on Sick-Bed 90
38 1 Bride of Indian Sachem Is Dead at Reservation 90
38 1 Bride of Chief Is Buried With Pagan Services 90
38 1 Indian Rites for Bride 91
38 1 Last Rites for Indian Bride 91
38 1 Ancient Tribal Rites at Funeral of Young Wife of Indian Chief 91
38 1 Indian Mother Claims Chief’s Deposing Legal 91
38 1 Indian Girl, 12, Given Sentence 91
38 1 Indian Girl, 14, Sent to Cattaraugus School 91
38 1 Departure of French Colony to Escape Death by Indians Dramatic Onondaga Incident 92
38 1 Indian Girl, 13, Freed to Marry 92
38 1 Six Nations Win Skirmish in Fight on Border Lines 92
38 1 The Indian’s Three Banes 92
38 1 Topsy Has Partner; Indian Doubts He Had Any Folks 92
38 1 The Redman Learns White Man’s Magic 93
38 1 Indians Have Big Attendance at Easter Service 93
38 1 Welfare for Indians 93
38 1 Propose Village for Reservation 93
38 1 Indian Held Despite Flight Over Fences 93
38 1 Mohawk Chiefs’ Descendant, One of Last G.A.R. Survivors 94
38 1 Indian Seeks Damages for Injuries from Backing Auto 94
38 1 Indian Is Plaintiff in Case Against County Executive 94
38 1 Onondaga History Is Lecture Topic 94
38 1 Early Onondaga History 94
38 1 Dr. Hinsdale to Give History of Onondaga 94
38 1 Where Dwelt an Iroquois Chief 94
38 1 Indians Win at Naugatuck 94
38 1 Will Hold Clinic at Reservation May 11 94
38 1 Indians Score over St. Johns 94
38 1 The Iroquois and Fort Niagara 95
38 1 “Dr. War Eagle” and 2 Others Await Sentence 95
38 1 Indian Girls Take Honors of 1928 Class 95
38 1 Clarke to Hear Indian Claim 95
38 1 Indian Village To Be Constructed 95
38 1 Indian Village Planned for State Fair 95
38 1 Indian Found Hurt; Grunt Answers Query 95
38 1 Former Redskin Fighter Greets Indian as Hero 96
38 1 Indian Village at Fair Started 96
38 1 Indians Design Fair Exhibits 96
38 1 Brown, Hero of War, Given U.S. Cross 96
38 1 Manlius School Decorates Ocean Flier and Indian Hero Who Won Glory in War 97
38 1 Minister, Stoned by Irate Indian, May Compromise 97
38 1 Indian is Fined After Battle 97
38 1 Indians of East and West Meet at Reservation 97
38 1 Pageant, Athletic Events, Awards Mark Girl Scout Day 98
38 1 Alan Big Knife, 83, Dies at Reservation 98
38 1 Indian, Hopeless Invalid, Quits Paleface Medicine for Herbs and Recovers 98
38 1 Oneida Princess Abducted by Son of Onondaga Chief 98
38 1 Indian Girl Enacts Hiawatha Role in Pageant by Scouts 99
38 1 Exchange to Hear Story of Indians 99
38 1 Loew’s Conductor Gets New Name 100
38 1 Indians Honor Theater Organist 100
38 1 Indian School Pupils Successful in Regents 100
38 1 Airplane in Place of Canoe 100
38 1 Indian Slayer off for School in Happy Mood 100
38 1 Indian Sentenced for Intoxication 101
38 1 Drawing a Line on the Indians 101
38 1 To Indian Pow Wow by Auto 101
38 1 Cayuga Indians Gathering Evidence to Support Claim for Property Near Canoga 101
38 1 Auction Island Today 101
38 1 Redskin Can’t Roam Freely as Sires of Yore 101
38 1 Progress of Indians’ Suit is Traced 101
38 1 Medicine Man Helps Doctor 102
38 1 Old Cemetery Is Uncovered in Gravel Bed 102
38 1 The Onondaga Nation Grows 103
38 1 Putting Up Valiant Stand Against Encroaching Hand of Progress 103
38 1 2 Cigar Store Indians Still Active in Syracuse 103
38 1 Thomas Says He is Rightful Indians’ Chief 104
38 1 Indians Submit Chiefship Row to Jurist 104
38 1 Indians Do Battle as Chiefs in London 104
38 1 Indian Tongue Used in Sermon 104
38 1 Chiefs Forget War at Word of Auto Camp in Reservation 104
38 1 Onondagas to Pitch Tepees for Tourists at Reservation 104
38 1 Indian Church to Observe 40th Year of Service 104
38 1 Indians Celebrate Border Liberties 105
38 1 Andrew Lewis Wins 12-Mile Event for Reservation to Fair Grounds -Williams Finishes Second and Smoke third 105
38 1 Indian Addresses Will be Broadcast from Fair Today 106
38 1 Indians to Renew Corn Race for Fair 106
38 1 Indians to Give Dance for Smith 106
38 1 Eminent Men to Speak at Farm Dinner 106
38 1 Rambling ’Round the Fair Grounds 107
38 1 Center of Activities for Original Americans This Week 107
38 1 100 P.C. Yanks Give Indians Real Snicker 108
38 1 Reservation at St. Regis Is Attacked 108
38 1 Indian Home Burns After Wife Leaves 108
38 1 29 Skeletons Unearthed at Watkins Glen 108
38 1 Indians to Vote This Year 109
38 1 Calls Indians to Republican Side 109
38 1 Indians May Vote in Fall 109
38 1 Airplanes! Autos! Foretold by Indians, Coming True 109
38 1 Phoebe Lyons, Clan Mother of Onondaga Indians, Dies 110
38 1 Indians Pay Tribute to Condolence Mother 110
38 1 Indians Mourn for Mrs. Lyon 110
38 1 Mrs. Emmit Lyons Dies at Reservation 110
38 1 Indian Chiefs to Pick New ‘Mother’ This Week 110
38 1 Indian Chiefs Will Pick New “Mother” 111
38 1 Indian Child of 4 on Exploration 111
38 1 Onondagans Will Bury Tribe Mother With Ancient Rites 111
38 1 Mohawk Chief Wins Crown as Champion of Smokers 111
38 1 Hit Trail Like Big ‘Injun’ 111
38 1 Onondaga Indian Slashing 20 Years Ago Under Inquiry Again 111
38 1 Food Not “Right”, Indian Breaks Up Housekeeping 111
38 1 Polish Count Here Sees Indians for First Time 112
38 1 Indians to Greet Count Zamoyski 112
38 1 Indian Village Will Remain at State Fair 112
38 1 Indians’ Fair Failure 112
38 1 Indians Greet Polish Count and Countess 113
38 1 Indian, Falcom Chiefs Relay Greetings Through 3 Languages 113
38 1 Camp Dedication at Reservation is Due Next Sunday 113
38 1 Indians Dedicate New Tourist Park on Reservation 113
38 1 Indians Open Tourist Camp 113
38 1 Indians Arrange Camp Ceremony 113
38 1 Indian Admits He Cut His Initials Upon Girl 113
38 1 Indian Pupils to Get Army Coats 113
38 1 Indian Dance Opens New Tourist Camp 113
38 1 Indians Gather at Sour Springs 113
38 1 Rock from Scene of Early Jesuit Mass Is Holy Rosary Cornerstone 114
38 1 Hunting a Primitive Indian 114
38 1 Indians Lose Second Fight for Property 115
38 1 St. Regis Indians Lose Court Fight 115
38 1 Syracuse May Commemorate Indian Raid 115
38 1 Indians Will Display Relics at Reservation 115
38 1 Indian Show at Park 115
38 1 Indian Medicine Men Wise, Says Dr. Brooks 115
38 1 Indian Medicine Men Banned Here 115
38 1 Powhatan to Geronimo 115
38 1 Indians Again on “Warpath” 116
38 1 Indians to Have Summer Feast This Afternoon 116
38 1 Reservation Dance to Mark Indian Summer 116
38 1 Auto Stalls, So Indian Proceeds to Slumber 116
38 1 Indians Held For Attack on Boys 116
38 1 Neighbors Object to Indian Sleeping in Stalled Auto 116
38 1 Indians Reach Higher Planes 116
38 1 Rotarians Listen to Talk on Indians 116
38 1 Nine Nationalities Represented at Boy Scout Dinner 117
38 1 Evidence of Ancient Race Found on Alaska Islands 117
38 1 Braves Nabbed in Chase; Fined for Intoxication 117
38 1 Indian Chasing Not Such Fun 117
38 1 Indian Charges Motorist Dollar Due to Mishap 117
38 1 Indian Leader Scorns Vote 118
38 1 Wife Has Leaving Habit, Indian Informs Judge 118
38 1 Three Youths Assaulted by Indians in Car 118
38 1 Indian Admits Grabbing Girl 118
38 1 Indian Held, Chiefs Object 118
38 1 Indian Village at Fair to Be Bigger 118
38 1 Indian Regaining Original Virtues, Newell Declares 118
38 1 Mohawk Indian To Be Speaker 118
38 1 Mohawk Chief Tells of Iroquois Tribe 118
38 1 Declares Indian Recovering Traits 118
38 1 Aboriginal Virtues Returning to Indians 118
38 1 Indian Family Flees Father 119
38 1 Indian Chief Blesses Syracuse Couple; Marriage Is Kept Secret Two Months 119
38 1 Charge Indian Chased Family 119
38 1 Indian Sentenced to Penitentiary 119
38 1 Indian Charged with Wielding Knife Nabbed 119
38 1 30 Skeletons Dug Up at Cornwall 119
38 1 Indians’ Church is 60 Years Old 119
38 1 2 Indians Found Asleep in Snow 119
38 1 Frank Cornwell, Former Loew’s Conductor, Weds 120
38 1 Grave is Disturbed in Indian Cemetery 120
38 1 Indian Reservation Stirred by Report of Grave Robbery 120
38 1 Erl Bates Writes of the Indians 120
38 1 Indian Beaten, Arrested After Shooting Spree 120
38 1 Episcopal Rites for Mrs. Jacobs 120
38 1 Contest On for Indian Doctor 120
38 1 Gerrit Smith Letters Given to University 120
38 1 Gear Tablet Set in Church 121
38 1 Iroquois in Tribal Rites 121
38 1 Mark Our “Battle” Site! 121
38 1 Popular Ideas on Indian Summer, It Turns Out, Are Mostly Wrong 121
38 1 Getting a New Totem Pole 121
38 1 Indian Will Talk to Rotary Today 121
38 1 Indians Get Allotment of Treaty Salt 122
38 1 Indians Continue to Drink ‘Firewater’ Despite U.S. 122
38 1 Was a Revolutionary Soldier in the “Battle” of Syracuse and Later Came Here to Live 122
38 1 Goosen, Not Goose 122
38 1 Indian Law May Decide Killer’s Fate 122
38 1 Senseless Indian is Found in Yard 122
38 1 Indian Struck By Auto Left Hurt At Curb 123
38 1 Indian, Hit-Run Victim, to Be Buried Sunday 123
38 1 Indian Struck Down By Auto Is Dead 123
38 1 Same Spirit 123
38 1 Aborigines Hold Christmas Party 123
38 1 Dance of Ghosts on the Campus. Ernest J. Bowden 124
38 1 Church of Savior Sings Indian Mass at Midnight 124
38 1 Reservationists Apply Art to Decorate Their Church 125
38 1 Onondagas Prepare Feast, Burning of the White Dog 126
38 1 Ex-Iroquois Chief to Be Buried Here 126
38 1 Funds for a Battle Boulder 126
38 1 Indian Showman to Be Buried in Regalia of Tribe 126
38 1 Asserts Indians, Eskimos and Polynesians Related 126
38 1 Indian Chief, 99, Brought Back Home for Burial 126
38 1 Where Sullivan Raided 127
38 1 Indian Jailed for September Crash 127
38 1 Fulton Pioneer Made Spearheads for the Indians 127
38 1 Finger Prints of Dead Indian May Lead to Insurance Adjustment 127
38 1 Indians to Bury George Gilmour 127
38 1 Pagan Funeral for Auto Victim 127
38 1 Tribal Rites Held for Indian Victim of Auto 127
38 1 Indian Art Inspires Woman Painter’s Brush 127
38 1 To All New York Indians and their Friends: 128
38 1 Indian Scouts Conduct Party 128
38 1 Seek Increase for Indian Agent 128
38 1 Historical Club to Get Relics 128
38 1 Indians’ Pastor to Give Address 128
38 1 Indian Wesleyan Methodists on Onondaga’s Reservation Are Fervent in Religious Life 129
38 1 Indians Urge Curtis Visit 129
38 1 Relics Are Gift 129
38 1 Six Nations to Carry Land Fight to United States Senate 130
38 1 6 Nations Send Plea to Senate 130
38 1 Indian Land Titles May Puzzle City 130
38 1 Two Dams to Be Built on Indian Land 131
38 1 Indians Fight Flood Bill 131
38 1 Indian Girl to Be Given Scholarship 131
38 1 Real Indian Princess Paris Favorite 131
38 1 Tooth Ills Common to Early Indians 132
38 1 Ancient Map Gives Picture of Onondaga County in 1795 132
38 1 Indians of New Jersey Had Evolutionary Theory, According to Tantaque, a Brave of 1679 133
38 1 Mrs. Kellogg Charges Enemies Fight Unfairly 133
38 1 Mrs. Kellogg Charges Plot to ‘Exterminate’ Indian Race 133
38 1 Onondaga Chiefs Deny Mrs. Kellogg’s Protest 133
38 1 Mrs. Kellogg Cites Charges in Washington 133
38 1 Chief Leaves for Tribal Conclave 133
38 1 Six Nations Ask Aid from Government 134
38 1 Dam Measure and 2 Others Near Passage 134
38 1 U.S. Will Give Dam Sanction, Says Hancock 134
38 1 Indians Seek Federal Aid to Stop City Dam 135
38 1 Six Nations Seek to Oust State Agent 135
38 1 Indians Keep Faith in Word 135
38 1 Indians Hold Tribe Should Split Estate 135
38 1 Indian Ignores Three in Will 135
38 1 Victory Over Iroquois to Be Commemorated 136
38 1 Heavy Blow Dealt Indians At Onondaga 137
38 1 Fighting Indians, 150 Years Ago 137
38 1 Gocarts for Indian Tots Clinic Need 137
38 1 Six Nations Princess Dies 137
38 1 Mrs. Nolan, 63, Dies at Indian Reservation 137
38 1 Indian Jailed 137
38 1 Bates Proves Site of First Battle Field 138
38 1 Indian Battle Scene Mapped by Beauchamp 138
38 1 Indian Village to Have Field 139
38 1 Indian Village Work Starts 139
38 1 Bates Works for Fenner Battle Shrine 139
38 1 Indian Village Fair Feature 139
38 1 To Work on Fair Indian Village 140
38 1 Plants for the Indian Garden 140
38 1 Indian Authority Banquet Speaker 140
38 1 Dr. Hinsdale to Talk on Indians 140
38 1 Indian Loyal to His Church Takes Office on Learning He Can Continue Methodist 140
38 1 The Indian Farmer 140
38 1 Indian Princess Visits Syracuse 140
38 1 Last of Feared Mohawks Now But Aged Man Tilling Tiny Farm in Northland 141
38 1 Indian Dispute Delays Work 141
38 1 Col. Van Schaick’s Onondaga Conquest Celebrated April 21 141
38 1 Sesqui of Indian War Will Be Celebrated 141
38 1 Indian Woman Is Studying for Career in Music World 142
38 1 Indians Build Iroquois Hut 142
38 1 Indian Row Halts Dams 142
38 1 Indians to Observe Child Health Day 142
38 1 Reservation Clinic Friday 143
38 1 Indians Will Put Native Songs on Air 143
38 1 Indian Stoicism Put to Test by Child Health Day Experiments 143
38 1 Prize-Winners in Moving-up Day Parade 144
38 1 State to Battle Claim of Indians 144
38 1 Indian Hurt When Car Hits Police Auto 144
38 1 Onondaga Reservation Has Only Indian Girl Scout Unit 144
Grace Beauchamp Lodder Scrapbook, 1929-1930
39 2 Ward Begins Preparation of U.S. Case 3
39 2 Iroquois Get By Line With Rum Cargoes 3
39 2 St. Regis Indian Enlists in Army 3
39 2 Indian Largest Army Recruit Here 3
39 2 8 Grandchildren of Bigtree Are Residents of Syracuse 3
39 2 Death Feast and Christian Burial to Mark Rites for Son of Onondaga Chief 4
39 2 Called by Great Spirit 4
39 2 Medicine Men Cease Their Vigil; Harry Isaacs, Indians’ Best Know Figure, Passes 5
39 2 Indians Once Roamed Area 5
39 2 Indian Dies After Auto Overturns 5
39 2 Tears of Red Men and Whites Are Seen as Body of Harry Isaacs Is Laid to Rest 6
39 2 Chief Isaacs Is Buried with Indian Ceremony 7
39 2 “Chief” Isaacs’ Funeral at Reservation Today 7
39 2 Hai! Hai! Crier of Death Call Goes to Long House Today 7
39 2 Erecting Log House at State Fair Indian Village 7
39 2 Indian Village and Lacrosse Field at Fair Ground Enlarged 7
39 2 Victim of Five Auto Mishaps Gets $1,000 8
39 2 Paper She Signed Was House Deed 8
39 2 Aged Woman Not Disturbed by Heat, Attorneys Learn 8
39 2 $1,000 Awarded to Indian Woman on Third Mishap 8
39 2 Younger Indians Chosen to Rule 8
39 2 Indians Re-Elect Chief 8
39 2 Indian “Chief” Goes to Meet the Great Spirit 9
39 2 The Indian Spring Farms Will Soon Be Blossom Haven 9
39 2 Onondagas’ Dispute May Cause Change in Flood Control Plan 10
39 2 Pageant to Mark Defeat of Iroquois 10
39 2 Hennepin Was First to Broadcast Niagara 11
39 2 Stress Indian Music Value at Convention of Music Federation 11
39 2 Indian Hides Under Bed Like Ostrich; Nabbed 11
39 2 Ithaca Residents Married in London 12
39 2 C.M. Shenandoah Here on Furlough 12
39 2 Cornell Teachers Are Wedded in England 12
39 2 Oswego Man Again Enlists in Navy 12
39 2 War Trail of the Onondagas 13
39 2 Get Clue to Indian Killer 13
39 2 Member of Old Indian Tribe Dies 13
39 2 Ancient Rites to Be Staged 13
39 2 Syracuse, and Sullivan’s “Raid”. A. Atlas Leve 13
39 2 Onondaga Indian Band Back from Celebration 13
39 2 Important Finding in Lore of Cayuga Indians Expected 14
39 2 Dig Relics of Indians’ Civilization 14
39 2 Find Relics in Indian Grave 14
39 2 Smallpox and Cannibalistic Evidences Found in Indian Burial Ground by Experts 15
39 2 Dozen Skeletons of Indians Discovered at Great Gully 15
39 2 Two Rare Books Acquired by Indian Museum in City 15
39 2 Fears No Serpent 15
39 2 Indian Village Taking Shape 16
39 2 Preserve This Oldest Landmark. D.A.D. 16
39 2 Van Schaick Raid Anniversary Will Not Be Celebrated 16
39 2 The Ambush at Minisink 17
39 2 St. Regis Indian Reservation Man Arrested Here 17
39 2 About to Wed, Indian Missing 17
39 2 Destruction of Onondagas’ Capital by Col. Van Schaick Recalled in Officer’s Diary 17
39 2 Heap Big Chief Signs Up with Uncle Sam 17
39 2 Indian Princess Here on Long Hike 17
39 2 Powder Horn, Relic of ’76, Passes to Manlius Cadet 18
39 2 Afoot in Onondaga 18
39 2 Indians Present Gifts to Bates 18
39 2 Indian Girl, 14, Wins 4 Badges at Scout Camp 19
39 2 Erl Bates May Go to Oxford as Director 19
39 2 Onondaga Troops Only All Indian Scouts 19
39 2 Green Corn Dance Is On Tomorrow 19
39 2 Onondaga Indians Hold Final Green Corn Dance 19
39 2 Indians Pray to Harvest God at Rites Today 19
39 2 Indian Golfer Has Ace at Burnet Park 19
39 2 Indians Will Hold Another Corn Dance 19
39 2 Wampum of Pale Face Flows at Corn Dance 19
39 2 Bryant Gives Tribes Advice 20
39 2 Indian Sachem Wins Crown in Court 20
39 2 Jones Chief Sachem, Judge Bryant Rules 20
39 2 Federal Court Upholds Jones 21
39 2 Clan Mothers to Rule on Tribal Leadership Dispute 21
39 2 Jones Held Sachem of Six Nations 22
39 2 Indians Claim Seneca Falls and Waterloo 22
39 2 Indian Ruling Will Hasten Flood Relief 22
39 2 Chiefs Must Approve Sale Tribe Lands 22
39 2 Green Corn Dance at Reservation 22
39 2 Indian and City Heads to Discuss Flood Plan 22
39 2 The Iroquois Confederacy 23
39 2 A Tourist Sees the Onondagas (Reader) 23
39 2 Last Mohican Ending Days in Wisconsin 23
39 2 It’s Catnip 23
39 2 Indians Raise Much Cash With Green Corn Festival 23
39 2 Commemorating Sullivan’s Raid. William Pierrepont White 24
39 2 Indian Taken after Chase thru Woods 24
39 2 Who Has One of These Stories? 24
39 2 Skeleton of Indian Found in Lot Here 24
39 2 Still, A Part of History. James S. Park 24
39 2 Dr. Bates Considers Oxford Invitation 24
39 2 Green Corn Dance at Reservation Sunday Afternoon 24
39 2 Indians Still Deny Sewer Board Right to Use Creek Lands 25
39 2 Indian Girl, in New York, Is Sorry Now 25
39 2 Indian Girl Hitch Hikes to New York 25
39 2 Indian Life Films Made for Museum 25
39 2 Morning’s Mail - Letters from Readers of the Post-Standard 26
39 2 Man’s Neck Is Broken When Ceiling Falls 26
39 2 Braves of 5 Tribes in Ceremony October 5 26
39 2 High School Safe Despite Ceiling Crash 26
39 2 Iroquois League of Nations Held Model for Whites 26
39 2 War Dances at Night. A.B. Dewitt 26
39 2 Man Killed in School Cave-In 27
39 2 School Crash Kills Worker 27
39 2 City Has Power of Condemnation on Indian Lands 27
39 2 State To Pass on Indian Land 27
39 2 Trial of Auto Before Buying Leads to Police Being Called 28
39 2 D.A.R. Cornell Scholarship for Indian Girl 28
39 2 Park to Save Johnson Fort Site is Urged 28
39 2 What History Says. Wm. Johnson 28
39 2 French Jesuits Brought Catholicism to Onondaga in 1654 - Hut Was Chapel 29
39 2 Ancient Dwellings Abound Along Valley Trails Where Onondagas Once Prevailed 30
39 2 Helping the Indian Bureau 30
39 2 Indians’ Friends at Conference 30
39 2 Dances Mark Hiawatha Day 30
39 2 Indian Wins Title 30
39 2 Plans to Enlarge Indian Village Display 30
39 2 Nukerk First White to Die in Onondaga 31
39 2 Indian Authority as Hill Speaker 31
39 2 Myths of Indians Related in Volume by Lewis Spence 31
39 2 Onondagas to Smoke Peace Pipe Observing Amity with Paleface 31
39 2 Red Men of the Valley 32
39 2 Tribe Forgets Bitterness of Sullivan Raid 33
39 2 Marker Will Be Dedicated at Fort Site 33
39 2 Beech is Chairman 33
39 2 Five Indians Are Held After Fighting Deputies 33
39 2 Vast Iroquois Land Taken to Pay Soldiers 34
39 2 Employment for Indians Advocated 34
39 2 Location of Jesuit Wells Still Can Be Pointed Out 34
39 2 Indian Helps College Win 34
39 2 Science Trails “Lake Guns” of Seneca. Frank J. Early 35
39 2 Onondaga Indians Celebrate Century and a Half of Peace 35
39 2 Indian Temperance Body Meets at Reservation 35
39 2 Indians Dance to White man 36
39 2 Proposes to Save Indian Language 36
39 2 Sullivan to Race Indian Runner in 12-Mile Event Here 36
39 2 Indians to Sing 36
39 2 Onondaga Indians Observe 150 Years of Peace Today 36
39 2 Indians to Sing 36
39 2 Heroism of 26 Frenchmen in Holding off 200 Indians at Montreal Told in Volume 37
39 2 Indian Bow and Arrow Lore Useful for Modern Archery 37
39 2 Indians Bake Large Cake at Temperance Ceremony 38
39 2 Four Indians Held on Open Charge After Defying Arrest 38
39 2 Indians Pioneers for Peace, Bates Declares 38
39 2 Iroquois Set Good Example 38
39 2 Four Indians Sent to Penitentiary for Attack on Warmer 38
39 2 Present-Day Indian Wants Schooling for His Children 39
39 2 More Thought of the Indian 39
39 2 Indians Defy Five Deputies 39
39 2 4 Indians Guilty of Assault, Get 6 Months at Pen 39
39 2 Ossahinta Has Worn Hole in Breeches; He and Other Statues Have Clay Insides 39
39 2 Cayuga Indians’ Plea Refused 39
39 2 Eskimos Stone-Age Folk, Danish Explorer Says 39
39 2 City to Join in Pow-wow of Onondaga Chiefs and U.S. Senate Committee 39
39 2 Indians Good Workers, Can Master Trades 39
39 2 U.S. Senators Will Hear of Flood Plans 40
39 2 Six Nations Tribesmen Gather Here 40
39 2 Indian Veteran of Civil War Dies 40
39 2 Cayuga Indians Want to Return to Empire State 40
39 2 Illness Fatal to Richard H. Davis, Indian G.A.R. Vet 40
39 2 R.H. Davis, Indian G.A.R. Veteran Dies 40
39 2 Hand Drawn Lines Made by Indian Woman on Sale 40
39 2 Indians’ Right to Hunt Hit by Canadian Law 40
39 2 Reservation Flood Control Plan Branded Political Plot by Indians at Hearing before U.S. Senators 41
39 2 Onondaga Chiefs Fight City’s Dams 41
39 2 State Officials and Indians in Conference 42
39 2 Indians Say State Unfair in Dealings 42
39 2 19 States Are Spelled Unlike Original Name 42
39 2 New York Bars 1,000 Indians 42
39 2 Fight City Plans Before United States Senators 43
39 2 Suspect Plot to Rob Them of Lands 44
39 2 Finla Crawford Meets Senators 44
39 2 Meeting With Red Men on Wednesday 44
39 2 Both Indian Factions to Fight Dams 45
39 2 Both Indian Factions to Oppose Dam Plan 46
39 2 Indians Ask Bates’ Aid in Flood Control 46
39 2 Indians Balk at Flooding of Lands 46
39 2 Indians Refer Dam Problem to Erl Bates 46
39 2 Conference with Indians Revives Hope 47
39 2 Mrs. Kellogg Sees Land Fight Victory 47
39 2 Al Smith, Indian, Gives Regalia to John Curry 47
39 2 Indian Couple Given Awards 47
39 2 Indian Chieftain Descendant Wins $375 Court Award 47
39 2 Crash-Scarred Beauty Sues 48
39 2 Indians Attend City Schools 48
39 2 Comely Indian Girl and Companion Ask $25,000 for Auto Crash Injuries 48
39 2 Still Considers Indians Wards 48
39 2 Pierce Is First Indian Member of Cosmopolitans 48
39 2 What Indians Are Doing. Martha Wilson Manross 49
39 2 Onondaga’s Neglected Part. F.M. 49
39 2 City Considers Appealing Unconstitutionality Verdict on Reservoir Land Act 50
39 2 10,000 Buffalo Frequented Salt Springs in Old Days, Says Musty Travel Book 51
39 2 Mission Becomes Choate Memorial 51
39 2 $29 Returned to Onondaga Woman 51
39 2 Peter Sim Almost Became First Settler, But in 1777 Indians Were Too “Crusty” 52
39 2 First Realtor Was Indian 52
39 2 25 Years Ago 52
39 2 Indian Woman Held on Chinaman’s Charge 52
39 2 Indian Authority Will Speak Before Club Wednesday 52
39 2 Sister Clears Indian 52
39 2 Indian Customs, Life, Described by Colonel Moore 52
39 2 U.S. Funds Fall Short on Rations for Indian Schools 52
39 2 Indian Held, Bail is High 52
39 2 Auburn Scientist Returns to North Soon to Study Origin of Early Races in Alaska 53
39 2 Indian Chiefs Oppose State Land Control 54
39 2 Many Seek Healing Power Claimed for Seventh Son, With Magic in His Fingers 54
39 2 Indians Oppose Legislation Now Before Congress 54
39 2 Indians Oppose Bill to Transfer Power to States 54
39 2 Hold Social to Raise Funds for Indian Lacrosse Team 54
39 2 Good Friend of Indian Chief New Resident of Syracuse 55
39 2 Onondagas Preparing to Visit Capital 55
39 2 Indian Head in Stone Dug Up with Clay 56
39 2 Indians to Fight Control by State 56
39 2 “Indians” Topic for Guest Day of Federation 56
39 2 Indian Chief Sees Education as Way to Improve Race 56
39 2 Indians Enlist Women’s Aid 56
39 2 Indian Prize Fighter Pays Fine of $10 56
39 2 Indians Voice Opposition to Rule by State 56
39 2 Lone Indian Arrested for Wet Song at Nedrow 56
39 2 Indians Imbibe Go on Warpath 56
39 2 Hanna’s Pen Makes Flood End Possible 56
39 2 “Realism” South in Discussion of Proposed New Indian Plan 57
39 2 Books 57
39 2 Indian Lung Clinic Monday 57
39 2 Onondaga Indians Observe Health Day 57
39 2 False Face Fairies Used to Have Gay Times around Green Lake 58
39 2 Onondagas Go on “Warpath” over Bill 59
39 2 Chief Shenandoah Chief David Hill 60
39 2 Protest Made by Onondaga Tribe 60
39 2 Recalls Trial of Lila 60
39 2 Onondaga Valley Battle Fought 151 Years Ago Today 60
39 2 Ward Urges State Control of Indians 60
39 2 Indian Writings Being Deciphered by Auburn Man 60
39 2 Wilbur Holds Indians to Be State Wards 60
39 2 Indian Policy Defended by Schools Head 61
39 2 House Asks If Dams Are for Power 61
39 2 Flood Dam Big Issue in Indian Bill 61
39 2 Michigan’s Claims to “Hiawatha Land”, Based on Saga of Longfellow, Disproven by Legend of the Iroquois 62
39 2 Indian River Bank is Threatened by Current Change 62
39 2 Bates to Get Federal Post in Washington 63
39 2 Bates to Help Uncle Sam’s Indians 63
39 2 Dr. Bates May Take Lead in Changing Indian Policy 63
39 2 Woman Is Dead at Reservation 63
39 2 Church Honors Eight Martyrs Slain by Indians 63
39 2 University May Undertake Survey of Indians in State Before White Man’s Advent 64
39 2 Pioneer Indian School Marm Shown as Earnest Worker 64
39 2 Indians Fight Money Share 64
39 2 Indian Affairs Inquiry Urged 64
39 2 Indians In Row Over Pipe Fees 64
39 2 Miniature League of Nations 65
39 2 Tale of Rum and Sand 65
39 2 She Approves May Fete 65
39 2 Indians Mark May Day 65
39 2 State Again Stirs to Aid Its Indians 66
39 2 Mrs. Kellogg Confers With Indian Chiefs 67
39 2 Indian Held on Execution from Accident Verdict 67
39 2 Mrs. Kellogg, Indian Leader, Renews Fight 67
39 2 Scanandoah Released, Judgment Is Paid 67
39 2 Indian Tribes Once Camped on Site of Three Bear Inn 67
39 2 Falls Asleep, Burns to Death 67
39 2 Indian Dies as Human Torch in View of Ball Lot 67
39 2 Salt Discovery in Radio Drama 67
39 2 Manross Home from Columbia 67
39 2 Fund to Provide Scholarships for Indian Children 67
39 2 Claim Settled, Indian Is Freed 67
39 2 Onondaga Indians to Play at State 67
39 2 Lacrosse, Born in Savagery on the North American Continent, Is Ballet of the Modern Athletic World 68
39 2 New York’s Policy on Indian Rights 69
39 2 Indian Temperance League Meets July 4 69
39 2 Indian Doctor Arrested 69
39 2 Hill Lacrossers to Clash with Indian Reserves 69
39 2 Antedates Iroquois 69
39 2 Bow-Wow 69
39 2 Onondaga Tribes Numbers Increasing 69
39 2 New Parley with Indians to Be Sought 70
39 2 Iroquois League for Temperance Will Meet July 4 70
39 2 Women and Baby Hurt in Accident 70
39 2 Onondaga Indian Firekeeper Will Head Condolence 70
39 2 Car Lands Bottom Up in Water Filled Ditch 70
39 2 Indians Search River for Drowned Tribesman 70
39 2 Escape Death As Car Upsets in Deep Ditch 70
39 2 Indians Postpone Condolence Rite 70
39 2 Bates Plan, Cradled in Syracuse, Promises New Deal to the Subjugated Peoples of the World. Chester B. Bahn 71
39 2 25 at School Affair in Danger 72
39 2 These Feel Lightning’s Power 72
39 2 Indians Responsible for Salina Street’s Twists, Says Chase. By Franklin H. Chase 73
39 2 Reservation Pastor Moved to Elmira 73
39 2 Indians on Warpath Again, Mark 100th Anniversary of Temperance League 74
39 2 Pow-Wow Marks 100th Year of Indian Temperance Body 74
39 2 Indian Dry Lodge Is 100 Years of Age 74
39 2 Syracuse Sense of Security from Great Flood Rests Upon Nothing More Solid Than Fancy, Engineers Say 75
39 2 Indians Test White Blood Land Titles 76
39 2 Students View Onondagas in War and Buffalo Dances 76
39 2 Indian Myths Handed Down as They Came from the Story Tellers of the Senecas. F.D. 76
39 2 Indian Twelves to Clash Today 76
39 2 Inscription on Tree Said to Mark Hunting Ground of Tribes in Lewis County 77
39 2 Indian Couple Fight for Three Children 77
39 2 Eleven Children Honor Aged Chief and Wife 77
39 2 Tribe Nearly Extinct 77
39 2 Protest Fails to Halt Solvay Pipe Line Across Indian Land 78
39 2 Now “Oriskany Day” 78
39 2 Once Upon a Time in Onondaga. Fred E. Dutcher 78
39 2 Boys to Present Indian Pageant 78
39 2 Lanning Saves Tools Ancient Indians Made 79
39 2 Indians, Hammock Makers 79
39 2 Governor Sees Probe Key to Indian Woes 79
39 2 Relics Found When Scraper Bares Grave 79
39 2 Prof. Parsons Made “Squaw” 79
39 2 Flag Recalls Indian Doctor 80
39 2 Story of an Indian Maiden. F.D. 80
39 2 Old Salt Land Site Offered to Reclaimers 80
39 2 Skeleton May Mark Indian Burial Ground 80
39 2 Green Corn Festival 80
39 2 Oriskany’s Anniversary. W. Pierrepont White 80
39 2 Eight Jesuit Martyrs Canonized: Scene in St. Peter’s Rome 81
39 2 Many Syracusans Will Go to Shrine 81
39 2 Syracusans Will Attend Shrine Rites 81
39 2 Father LeMoyne Founded Church Here 276 Years Ago 81
39 2 Honor Is Done 3 Jesuits Who Died in Valley 82
39 2 Syracusans Among Auriesville Pilgrims 82
39 2 Graves Disturbed; Indians to Protest 82
39 2 Onondaga Indians to Play Sunday 82
39 2 Episcopal Girls Society to Hold Reservation Missionary Meet 82
39 2 Ohio Boy Scouts Unearth Early Indian Burial Mound 82
39 2 Site of Jesuit Well, Salt Source Found by Father LeMoyne, Lost in Passing Time; History Neglects to Mark Historic Spot 83
39 2 Jesuit Well, First Source of Salt on Syracuse Site, Lost in Passing of Time 83
39 2 Yip-Yip Indians Frowned Upon 84
39 2 Let Not the Indian Go 84
39 2 The Battle of Nichols Pond is Classed as Border Foray by James Park 84
39 2 Indians Assemble Greatest Exhibit 84
39 2 Four Syracusans Enlist in Army 84
39 2 Indian Hurt by Motor Car, Unconscious 84
39 2 Indian Burial Mound (Letter to the Editor) 84
39 2 Indians in America from Old World 84
39 2 Boy Scouts Again Construct Model Mohawk Indian Village 85
39 2 Indians Start Big Fair Today 85
39 2 Indians Wind Up Roundup Today 85
39 2 “White Indians” Real, Says This Explorer 85
39 2 Canada Reviews Indians’ Progress 85
39 2 Scientists Find Buried Skeleton of Indian Witch 85
39 2 Radio is Grammar Teacher to Indians 85
39 2 Indian Grave 15 Centuries Old Places Binghamton as Ancient Algonkian Center 86
39 2 Scientists Camp in Indian Village 1,500 Years Old 86
39 2 Indians Thank White Friends for Fair Aid 86
39 2 Proposes to Seek Trace of Neolithic Man 86
39 2 Binghamton Indian Burial Finds Most Important in State 87
39 2 Jesuit Well, Fort Site, to Get Markers 87
39 2 Long Buried Site of Well Built near Chapel by French Jesuits in 1656 88
39 2 Broken Indian Trial Traced 40 Centuries 88
39 2 Indian Doctor Hunt Opens in Girl’s Death 88
39 2 Onondaga Tribe to Adopt Two Palefaces 88
39 2 Indian Lore To Be Sought by Excavators 89
39 2 Sports Today Mark Close of Fair at Indian Reservation 89
39 2 Big Chief of Six Nations Facing Suit 89
39 2 Ward Moves for Reform in Indian Affairs 89
39 2 They’re All Indians Now 89
39 2 Pictorial Historic Map of Onondaga Lake 90
39 2 Cosmopolitan Group at Keuka College 90
39 2 Turtle Tree Torture Site in Revolution Is Marked 91
39 2 Turtle Tree Heroes Honored by Marker 91
39 2 Turtle Tree Heroes to Be Paid Tribute 91
39 2 Appeal Is Made for Indian Woman 91
39 2 25 Years Ago 91
39 2 Illustrative Sketch Showing Historical Features and Possible Future Development Around Onondaga Lake 92
39 2 Reservation Flood Control Plans Laid 92
39 2 Indians to Learn Auto Mechanics 92
39 2 Onondaga Indians Play Falcon Eleven 92
39 2 Will Unveil Tablet to Men Burned at Stake 92
39 2 Indian Reforms to Be Discussed 92
39 2 Baptists Pass Carroll’s Dry Resolutions 93
39 2 Indians Back from Parley 93
39 2 Indians Adopt “Bill” Saxton; Called “Big Chief Whoopee” 93
39 2 Mayor Calls Reservation Flood Parley 93
39 2 Chief Is Sued by Woman to Regain Home 93
39 2 Noted Farmer with 245-Acre Estate Has Seen Modern Machinery Replace Hand Seeding and Harvest Flails 94
39 2 Bar White Hunters from Reservation 94
39 2 Last of Tribe Sue Whites for Million 94
39 2 New School for Indians Sought from State 94
39 2 Lake Shore Road Assured, Committee Acts to Change Swamp into a Beauty Spot 95
39 2 Falcons, Indians Meet at Reservation 95
39 2 Indian Children Have Yule Party at School 95
39 2 Onondaga Chiefs Oppose Creation of State Bureau 95
39 2 Noted Archer Once Pupil of Indian Expert 96
39 2 Bureaus Urge State Take Up Indian Affairs 96
39 2 Indian Children Get Sears, Roebuck Toys 96
39 2 Keeper of Indian Secret is Dead 96
39 2 Onondaga Chief’s Daughter Buried 96
39 2 Ancient New Year’s Custom to Be Observed at Onondaga Reservation 96
39 2 Onondagas Will Observe Ancient New Year Custom 96
39 2 Bishop Confirms Class 96
39 2 Bishop To Confirm 96
39 2 Indian Affair Post in State to Be Urged 97
39 2 Onondaga Chiefs Oppose Proposal for Extension of State Control of Indians 97
39 2 Bishop Coley at Indian Service 97
39 2 Indians Receive Salt Payment from State in Fulfillment of 1795 Purchase Treaty 98
39 2 Traditional Event Marks Buying of Tract to Become Syracuse 98
39 2 Chiefs Seek Aid to Hold Creek Land 98
39 2 Primitive Archers Called Overrated 99
Last Updated: April 26, 2013