Saturday, November 5, 2011

Important Places to Southeast Indians


A map of important places to Southeast Indians: Cherokee, Shawnee, Powhatan, Catawba. Includes Chota, Weremococo, Chillicothe, Tellico, Long Island, Ustanali, Sitteree, Piqua, Big Lick and more. Important to Cornstalk, the Moytoys, the Carpenters, Tecumseh, Opechancanough, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Cleopatra, Nicketti, Dragging Canoe, Nancy Ward. This is a work in progress. I plan to make updated versions as I learn more about these places.

This image is available in several formats.

Digital Download for Personal Use Only (choose Actions> View All Sizes)

Poster (24 x 36 about $23)

Fine Art Prints

Tags: map, important, places, rivers, towns, Southeast Indians, Native Americans, Cherokee, Shawnee, Powhatan, Catawba, Chota, Weremococo, Chillicothe, Tellico, Long Island, Ustanali, Sitteree, Piqua, Big Lick, Cornstalk, Moytoys, Carpenter, Tecumseh, Opechancanough, Powhatan, Pocahontas, Cleopatra, Nicketti, Dragging Canoe, Nancy Ward

Monday, July 25, 2011

indian creek players


I made a graphic on the important players in Indian Creek, Tazewell, Virginia circa 18th century.


If you are interested in the history of Indian, Tazewell County, Virginia you may want to join our study group:

Nikitie

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

CHIEF JOSEPH LARGE FORMAT PHOTOGRAPH

This image, an anonymous, albumen photograph of Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph, will be up for auction 6/23/2011 at Cowan's. (Image used with permission)

Classic Butterfly Chair

We bought the classic butterfly chair at Amazon.com. Many years ago. Now we have to buy replacement covers. I'm getting the color black just because the red and green offered are bad shades IMO. The price has gone down about $10 in the last year. Still, if I had the time I would make my own to save money.

Sewing patterns:
Kwik Sew Pattern 2972 (eBay search)
McCalls 5074 (eBay search)

Saturday, March 19, 2011

1965c oscar oliver auvil 1895-1981 entiat washington usa collage flickr

Oscar Oliver Auvil (1895-1981) and his wife Jeanette Rutherford Auvil (1899-1982) at their apple and pear orchard along the Entiat River. Entiat, Chelan County, Washington, USA Circa 1965