Nottawasaga: The outburst of the Iroquois.

  • 122 Pages
  • 2.36 MB
  • English
Nottawasaga Centennial Celebration: The Historical Committee , [n.p.]
Nottawasaga (Ont. : Town
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p. illus., port.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15960083M

Outburst of the Iroquois: History of Nottawasaga Township, Paperback – Jan. 1 by Nottawasaga (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jan. 1 "Please retry" — — — Paperback — Author: Nottawasaga.

Attic Books (CA) Bookseller Inventory # Title Nottawasaga: "The Outburst of the Iroquois" Author The Historical Committee Format/binding Soft cover Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Paperback Publisher The Historical Committee, Nottawasaga Centennial Celebration Date published Keywords.

Stories of the early days in Glen Huron can be found in Nottawasaga: The Outburst of the Iroquois, a local history book published in The following stories come from that publication.

There is no indication of who wrote the stories but we are fortunate to have them. “In. This antique map (Nottawasaga) and atlas (Simcoe County ) are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type.

We currently have over 1, images available online. You can read about the collection or browse the entire collection. The name Nottawasaga stems from the Ojibwas words “Nahdowa-(y)” and “Saga” meaning roughly “Iroquois Outlet”. The river valley was also extensively used as a place for hunting and fishing, camping and ritual burying of the dead.

Introduction to Nottawasaga: the outburst of the Iroquois. FC N69 N68 Hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine west: Aurora to the Forks of the Credit / Peter DeMille & David Rawcliffe.

Nottawasaga in the SIMCOE Co. supplement in the Illustrated Atlas of the Dominion of Canada, by H. Belden Maps at McGill University's Digital Atlas Project cover the Post-Confederation period (late for the scope of this project). The highlands south and west of Nottawasaga Bay extending west to the southeastern shores of Lake Huron in Ontario.

Population. As many as 8, before contact in After a series of epidemics swept the area during the s, only 3, Tionontati, in nine villages, had survived by Nottawasaga: The outburst of the Iroquois. book Township of Nottawasaga To view a larger version of this map click here (NOTE: these images vary in size from K to M).

1 day ago  Today, the towns of Collingwood and Wasaga Beach are independent municipalities and Nottawasaga Township amalgamated with Sunnidale Township to form the municipality of Clearview in There is so much history, beauty and yes, the magic of nature to be found hiking on the trails of the Niagara Escarpment, and who knows, maybe you’ll even.

George T. Hunt’s classic study of the Iroquois during the middle and late seventeenth century presents warfare as a result of depletion of natural resources in the Iroquois homeland and tribal efforts to assume the role of middlemen in the fur trade between the Indians to the west and the Europeans.

How the Iroquois were in turn dispossessed by the Ojibways, ["Ojibway" is the correct name of this tribe, but "Chippawa" is that most generally used.

It is of this tribe that Longfellow writes in " Hiawatha."] or Chippawas, is here given, in the form of a condensed extract, from a book written by one of that nation: ["The Traditional History of. The Iroquois Book of Rites, by Horatio Hale, Brinton, Philadelphia, ; reprinted by Iroqrafts, Ohsweken, Ontario,and others.

Hale was a pioneering nineteenth-century linguist, and this book includes his version of the Hiawatha story, based on interviews with the Iroquois. Navigate the treacherous waters of Lake Erie, Lake Huron and the Georgian Bay to discover the fates of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry and his ore Oliver Hazard Perry's defeat of the British at the Battle of Lake Erie was a defining moment both in the War of and American naval history.

Yet the story of Perry's fleet did not end there. Ghostly Tales of the Scenic Caves Nature Preserve. Many consider Ontario to be one of Canada’s most haunted provinces, and with good reason.

The so-called “Province of Opportunity”, nestled in the heart of the Canadian Shield, has seen more violent death than just.

The Iroquois Book of Rites by Horatio Hale Part 2 out of 5. homepage; Index of The Iroquois Book of Rites; Previous part (1) Next part (3) performance in which they thus took part was merely a formality which ratified, or rather proclaimed, a foregone conclusion.

The reconciliation which was prescribed by their constitution had. The toll book having been received showing that the following were elected Councillors for this Township for the current year, viz: ¨ ca.

Reference the publication “The Outburst of the Iroquois” Published in Nottawasaga (Iroquois, “River, or Mouths of the Ojibways,”) was settled about. This book, sometimes called the "Book of the Condoling Council," might properly enough be styled an Iroquois Veda.

It comprises the speeches, songs, and other ceremonies, which, from the earliest period of the confederacy, have composed the proceedings of their council when a deceased chief is lamented and his successor is installed in office.

Those east of the Nottawasaga River were named by the French as Huron, and those west of the River as Petun (Tobacco Nation). Ina Jesuit recorded that the Petun were composed to two “Nations”, the Deer and the Wolves (JR).

Read Chapter XII. The Shades of Death of The Scouts of the Valley by Joseph A. Altsheler. The text begins: "The Shades of Death" is a marsh on a mountain top, the great, wet, and soggy plain of the Pocono and Broad mountains.

When the fugitives from Wyoming entered it, it was covered with a dense growth of pines, growing mostly out of dark, murky water, which in its turn was thick with a.

Full text of "John de Brebeuf, apostle of the hurons" See other formats E.

Description Nottawasaga: The outburst of the Iroquois. FB2

DEVINE, S.J. John de Brebeuf APOSTLE OF THE HURONS Cruelly tortured and put to death by the Iroquois savages on Martyrs' Hill, Simcoe County, Ont., Ma PRINTED BY THE MESSENGER PRESS, RACHEL STREET, MONTREAL, CANADA MCMXV ^T^HE author declares his entire sub- mission to.

On the dispersion of the Hurons and their allies by the Iroquois in a considerable body of fugitives was gathered by the missionaries upon St.

Joseph, now Christian, Island, off the shores of Nottawasaga Bay.

Download Nottawasaga: The outburst of the Iroquois. PDF

Wasted by famine and the lurking Iroquois their stay was short, and in the summer ofto the number of about three hundred. In these words are probably found the only trace of any modification of the Book of Rites caused by the influence of the white visitors and teachers of the modern Iroquois.

As the very fact that the book was written in the alphabet introduced by the missionaries makes us certain that the person who reduced it to writing had been under.

"The Hurons at the time of Champlain’s visit occupied the district on the southeastern shore of Georgian Bay, lying between Matchedash Bay, Nottawasaga Bay, Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching.

They were a numerous and powerful people, second only to the Iroquois in strength, in numbers and in methods of organization and : Ernest Jackson Hathaway.

Next > > PETUN TO WYANDOT The Ontario Petun from the Sixteenth Century.

Details Nottawasaga: The outburst of the Iroquois. EPUB

Nottawa means "Iroquois" and saga means "mouth of the river"; the word "Nottawasaga" was used by Algonquin scouts as a warning if they saw Iroquois raiding parties approaching their villages.

Whether you only want to go to Wasaga Beach, or have a whole adventure planned, Inspirock has you covered with our user-friendly Canada driving holiday site.

Shen of Tai-Ts'ang was wealthy, but a brutal and inhumane man who treated his fellow-citizens shamefully, and especially exhibited his bad character in damaging their instruments and machines, or any utensils which were used by workers in tilling the soil, manufacturing, fishing, hunting, and other occupations of life.

Book hashtag: #OrilliaSpirit --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition. About the Author. Randy Richmond is an award-winning journalist living in London, Ontario. He is the former editor of The Packet & Times in Orillia, where he wrote the first Orillia Spirit, married, and had three s: 3.

Noël Chabanel (February 2, – December 8, ) was a Jesuit missionary at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, and one of the Canadian Martyrs. Biography. Chabanel entered the Jesuit novitiate at Toulouse at the age of seventeen, and was a professor of rhetoric at several Jesuit colleges.

He was highly esteemed for virtue and learning. Inhe was sent to New France along with Fathers. NOJHL NETWORK MEDIA UPDATE Release Date: Saturday, Feb. 20, Early outburst sends Powassan past Iroquois Falls POWASSAN, Ont.

– The Powassan Voodoos exploded for eight first period goals while affiliate player Andy Baker had six points in his Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League debut as part of a convincing triumph against the Iroquois [ ]. Wasaga Beach (variant: Wasaga) is a town in Simcoe County, Ontario, ed along the longest freshwater beach in the world, it is a popular summer tourist destination.

It is located along the southern end of Georgian Bay, approximately two hours north of the west, Collingwood and The Blue Mountains also attract visitors much of the year.Inwhen visited by the French, they were living S of Nottawasaga Bay, in Ontario.

The French called them the Tobacco Nation for their large fields of the crop. After the dispersion (–49) of the Huron by the Iroquois Confederacy, many Huron refugees fled to the Tobacco Nation, and later in the wrathful Iroquois attacked.In addition to our online magazine and annual volumes, Journal of the American Revolution also oversees a namesake book a concentration on microhistories, the mission of the Journal of the American Revolution book series is to feature meticulous, ideally groundbreaking research and well-written narratives about unknown or lesser-known topics.