This is a copy from a ledger sheet from the Sibley Papers. I believe it shows the debts of the employees of a fur-trading outfit in 1834. It is signed by one of the top men in the trading business, Hercules Dousman, and appears to be in his handwriting. I think this document was prepared to transfer the debts owed to the "Western Outfit" to the newly created "Sioux Outfit." At the same time Henry Sibley came to Minnesota in 1834, there was a major realignment in the ownership of the local fur trade, with Dousman and Sibley being two of the principal new owners. This document may have been used to transfer the employee's debts into the new company.
It is very hard to read, but my ancestor's name, Francois Trudell, looks to be the 3rd name down. It looks like he owed $20.12.
I am looking for information on Mary Red Kettle. She was an Oglala Sioux. ____________________ Hello and welcome to our website. it would help us to help you if you would give us more information than just her name and tribal affiliation. How are you related to her? do you have any vital dates on her? do you know who her husband was?
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i have a mrs.? Red Kettle born 1839. she was an Iwayausota Oglala Sioux.She married ? Red Kettle in 1862. they had the following children: Millie b. 1863 wife of White rabbit. Son:joshua White Rabbit Alice b.1864 Henry b. 1876 Ellen b.1877 Robert b. 1877 William b. 1878 Rosa b. 1879 Chester b. 1892 Mollie b.@1830 a Jesse Curtis b. bef. 1940 t ft. laramie. father was ? Fetherman. her spouse was Eldridge Gerry. their dau. Lucy died After1914. The Red kettles except for Mollie are listed on the 1890 and later censuses of the Pine ridge Reservation. n the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Censuses for 1890 and forward.
hermin1: if you would like a family tree on the Traversies, just log into rootsweb.com, World Connect project, and type the name into the search engine, and see what you get.
Jan 6, 2015 15:43:07 GMT -5
johncase: Even after I registered I cannot post of the board. In a discussion someone asked about Mae Tuey (Iona Mae Tuey) I know where she is buried. Can you attaché this to that post. or contact the person interested. my email is email@example.com.
Jan 6, 2015 17:42:35 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase, your name does not appear on thwe members lists. Are you sure you registered as a member and not a guest?
Jan 8, 2015 16:15:56 GMT -5
hermin1: I will try to find the posting and post your message with your Email.
Jan 8, 2015 16:16:28 GMT -5
hermin1: welcome to the website.
Jan 8, 2015 16:16:39 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase: I sent Stephanie an email with your message and email.i also attached your info and email to the posting.
Jan 8, 2015 16:27:12 GMT -5
hermin1: johncase: the email I sent to the person who asked about ms tuey was returned. I am so sorry.
Jan 28, 2015 12:11:48 GMT -5
oyateasawin: That I know of Julia Williams was only married to Thomas Williams. However, I am finding out he was married and had a son before Julia.
Feb 17, 2015 19:35:08 GMT -5
mjarivers: Looking for former students of Immaculate Conception Indian Mission School, Stephan South Dakota. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 21, 2015 19:16:26 GMT -5
hermin1: mjarivers,isent you an email with what I could find for you. Welcome to our website.
Feb 27, 2015 13:30:00 GMT -5
schleper: Hello. I am trying to find out information about the Shakopee Dynasty, and specifically the wives of the Chief Sakpe (ca 1750-1827), Chief Sakpe (ca 1794-1862) and Chief Sakpedan (1811-1865). Any help would be helpful. Thank you. -David
Mar 9, 2015 20:25:26 GMT -5
hermin1: david: I only have a little information on the latter two shakpe's,at this time. but I will do a search and hopefully may find information on their families.i would recommend that you see what the innesota Historical society may have on them.
Mar 10, 2015 1:53:24 GMT -5
hermin1: their website is www.mnhs.org
Mar 10, 2015 1:53:42 GMT -5
hermin1: type in their name in the search box and see what you come up with.
Mar 10, 2015 1:54:09 GMT -5
hermin1: David: ShakopeeI's wife was White buffalo woman. They had asextuplet male boys, and shakopeeI adopted the son-a biological twin- of Chief Osaawindib,an Ojibwa.
Mar 11, 2015 12:21:02 GMT -5
hermin1: ShakopeeII's descendents whoidentified themselves with the Ojibwa rather thanDakota,are surname Shaugobay or Shagbinca.His son, Shakpedan(Dakota) or Zhaagobens(Ojibwa)
Mar 11, 2015 12:24:38 GMT -5
hermin1: became Chief after Shakopee II died.
Mar 11, 2015 12:25:10 GMT -5
hermin1: I have not been able to find out who the Second and third shakopees's wives were.
Mar 11, 2015 12:25:34 GMT -5
hermin1: David: Shakopee III or Shakpedan, apparently had at least a son that was killed before the uprising, by whites, while he was hunting.
Mar 12, 2015 23:50:00 GMT -5
mjarivers: 256 key strokes is not sufficient to have a conversation!
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