Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie was a 19th century writer, historian and pioneer of the American widwest. After her time in Wisconsin her family moved to Chicago where they were active in civic matters. She was the founder of the Chicago Historical Society. Wau-bun is an account of the years 1830 - 1833. The story is part of an autobiography of a journey to and from Fort Winnebago and the time spent there. Some of the chapters include Departure from Detroit; Michilimackinac; Arrival at Green Bay; Arrangements for Traveling; Beautiful Encampment; Breakfast at Betty More's; Butte des Morts; Major and Mrs. Twiggs; Housekeeping; Indian Payment; Louisa; Lizzie Twiggs; Departure from Fort Winnebago; Rev. Mr. Kent; Rock River; A Pottowattamie Lodge; Fort Dearborn; Massacre at Chicago; Treatment of American Prisoners by the British; Severe Spring Weather; The Captives; Colonel McKillip; Departure for Fort Winnebago; The Agency; The Cut-Nose; Plante; Indian Tales; Story of Shee-shee-banze; Visit to Green Bay; Commencement of the Sauk War; Fleeing from the Enemy; Panic at Green Bay; Conclusion of the War; Delay in the Annual Payment; and Agathe; and Famine.
|Title:||Waubun the Early Day in the Northwest||Publisher:||Book Jungle|
|Author:||Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie|
|No. of Pages:||316|
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