Tools for Getting Your Work Started
Check out the following websites to further your inquiry:
- Archaeological Investigations at the Fort Hill Earthwork Complex
- Very cool site produced by Cleveland State University professor of archeology Dr. Phil Wanyerka. The site was created as a presentation of his recent archeological dig.
- Prehistoric Indian Earthworks in the City of Cleveland and Environs
- Fascinating information about the prevalence of pre-historic people in and around Greater Cleveland
- North Olmsted Traces Roots to Settlers from Vermont, Connecticut
- Tidbit of information about Butternut Ridge Road being an old Indian trail
- Ohio History Central - Treaty of Fort Industry
- Information about the Indian treaty that cleared the way for settlers to move into what is now North Olmsted
- Black, White and Beyond
- Though not specifically about Native Americans in what is now N.O., this article contains general information about the Native Americans who lived in Northeast Ohio.
- Along the Ohio Trail
- Though written for a younger audience, this little booklet has a lot of information about the Native People who once lived in Ohio
- Various Maps Related to Indians that lived in the area that is now N.O.
- Land Ceded by Indians
- Atlas of Indian Tribes
- The Cherokee and Their Neighbors (Great image of an old-time map from 1900)
- Distribution of Indian Earthworks in Ohio (Fascinating look at where the Indians who build earthworks lived
- Tribal Locations in Ohio in 1760 (Cool possibilities here!)
- The map at the top of this article indicates that the Wyandot and Ottawa Indians inhabited Northeast Ohio in 1760. For more information, check out the map and then the links that follow about each of these people groups.
- MAP OF OHIO'S INDIANS -- nativenewsonline.net/currents/tribal-leaders-gather-ohio-tribal-nations-conference-october-31st-november-1st/
- OTTAWA INDIANS -- www.ottawatribe.org/history-archives-library/
- WYANDOT INDIANS-- www.wyandotte-nation.org/culture/profile/
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