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Unlike all other speakers in council, he spoke sitting, considering, it was said, that he was called upon to stand only in the presence of his great father at Washington, or his representative at St.
This was the year following the establishment of the military post at the mouth of the St. From the speech we gather that he had not yet become accustomed to the idea of having the Americans on the river above him, although he himself had been a party to the cession of the land to the United States some years before.
A few years later, however, he seems to have become reconciled, for Keating chronicles 38 Journal of S. Indian a brother-in-law of Col. Leaving his village, we continued to "La Montague qui He is represented as being a wise and prudent man, a forcible and im- pressive orator.
For Wabasha III, his successor, see note 50, infra. He took a prominent part in encouraging the Western tribes to take up arms against the Americans.
Yet he was instrumental in saving many Americans from barbarous treatment at the hands of the savages. In he was brought to St. Louis a prisoner, charged with alienating the Sioux from the United States, in complicity with Lord Selkirk.
He was soon afterward released and allowed to return to Canada. Started at 4 A. It cannot be termed an island, as it rises immediately from the brink of the water to a considerable height.
Both the Indians and the French call it the Mountain in the River. Although Coues speaks of Wabasha III as the son of the old chief, and says he resided at the village below Lake Pepin, we have the authority of Long, who met both the old chief and his designated successor, that the latter was a nephew.
My interpreter informed the nephew, who is to succeed his uncle in the office of chief, that a party of the Sioux Indians of his village had followed us, to beg whiskey, after we had given them all we thought it prudent to part with.
He appeared much offended that they should have done so, and eagerly inquired if his uncle was not at home to restrain them. We gave them some tobacco and whiskey and left them.
Wabasha III resided at the village mentioned till , and in was living on the Niobrara Reservation. Passed the Iowa river on the West at 9 P.
Leavenworth, had passed here the summer before on its way up the river. Forsyth, an In- dian agent who accompanied the expedition, kept a journal of their voyage.
He records that they left Prairie du Chien 8 Aug. An entry made the following day, when they must have reached the point mentioned by Kearny, contains this statement: Aunger, and buried it.
We may reason- ably infer this to have been the unfortunate interpreter whose grave Kearny noted. By common consent the place was regarded as neutral ground, where the different tribes, however hostile to one another, might visit and trade in safety.
The French began to settle there in , much earlier than Kearny says, and set up a trading post. He overestimated the size of the town.
Ac- cording to the statements of Judge Lockwood, a pioneer citizen, and of Maj. Long, who made a careful count, it had probably not over people.
Nearly all of French blood, inmixed with Indian, they were good Indian traders and voyagers, but not very enterprising citizens.
Not until , after the Indian troubles had subsided, did the Americans settle there in any considerable number and make it a self-respecting town.
It was built in by the Rifle Regiment, on the same spot, the top of a mound, where had stood a stockade of the same name, erected by the Americans in , captured by the British and held by them till the peace of During the several years intervening between the completion of the fort and the time Kearny wrote, the commanding officer of the post was Lieutenant-Colonel Wil- loughby Morgan, the senior officer accompanying our party.
The fort was abandoned in through the instrumentality of Col. Snelling, who disliked Prairie du Chien for differences he had had with some of its prin- cipal inhabitants, and the troops were removed to Fort Snelling.
The following year, on account of fresh Indian troubles, two companies were returned. The fort was thereafter continuously garrisoned till , when a newer fort of the same name was erected in another part of the town.
The mosquitoes we found last night very troublesome — Started at 4 A. He is mentioned by Schoolcraft, who came along, with Gov. Cass, just three days after Keamy.
He was reinstated 13 Sept. He again became a post surgeon 28 Sept. John Shaw, in his "Personal Narrative," says: Muir, of the United States Army, whom I had seen at Fort Johnston in , was at Prairie du Chien, when his life was threatened, and he was saved by a young Sauk squaw, whom he married, and by whom he raised a family.
Like most persons connected with the army, he was too fond of liquor; otherwise he might have risen to distinction and usefulness.
A note on the foregoing, by L, C. D [raper] , says Muir was a Scotchman, a good physician, who had been educated at Edinburgh; that while trad- ing with the Winnebagoes a plan was concocted to kill him, "when a young squaw apprised him of it, and secreted him in a cave and supplied him with food till the alarm passed away.
In gratitude to his deliverer, he took her with him as his wife, and settled at Galena and raised several children. Muir was afterwards among the first settlers at Keokuk, where he carried on the Indian trade, and where he died [24 Sept.
Their son Romain, baptised in , married in Anne Pinel. Their son Noel-Augustin, baptised in , married in Marie Mailhot.
Their son Julien was baptised in at Saint- Pierre-les-Becquets. Julien Dubuque emigrated to the province of Louisiana in and settled at Prairie du Chien in He very soon obtained great influence over the Indians, for he became familiar with their conjurations and magic.
He learned of the existence of the lead mines on the west of the Mississippi, discovered in by the wife of the chief Peosta, of the Foxes.
Realizing the value of the discovery he tried to obtain a grant of the land from the Indians, who had steadfastly refused to make concession to any white man.
By means of his almost super- natural power, as the Indians believed, he succeeded in securing a grant of seven leagues along the Mississippi River and three leagues in depth, at a grand council of the Indians, held at Prairie du Chien in The loca- tion of the grant was about miles above St.
To gain the good- will of the Spanish possessors of the soil he named the plant "The Mines of Spain", and in sent a petition to the Governor of Louisiana, Baron de 44 Journal of S.
Proceded, at 4 A. Louis, on its way to Prairie Du Chien, Carondelet, setting forth his claims. It was referred to Andrew Todd, who had a monopoly of the Indian trade of the upper Mississippi.
Dubuque then proceeded to operate the mines, using Indian labor. It is said that such was his influence that he made the Indians work. Out of his lead and peltries, which he shipped semi-annually to St.
Louis, he amassed a large fortune. Nearly all early travelers upon the Mississippi visited his mines. He died in His devoted Indians followed his body to the grave in a wailing procession, and for years thereafter it is said they placed a lighted torch on it every night.
Certain of them dutifully made annual pilgrimages to the tomb. A visit to it by Thomas L. This grave is on a high bluff, or point of land, formed by the junction of the Black River with the Mississippi, on the West side of the latter.
The ascent was rather fatiguing. Over the grave was a stone, covered with a roof of wood. Started, at 4 A. Johnson, a native of Maryland, was the U.
The factories which he had charge of, says Judge Lockwood, "were estabhshed by an Act of Congress previous to the war of , for the humane purpose of preventing the British traders from extortions on the Indians, and of counteracting British in- fluence over them, which they exercised through the traders.
Johnson was successively justice of the peace at Prairie du Chien and chief justice of the county court. He married the widow of Captain George Gooding, mentioned in note In , after being relieved of his duties as factor, by the winding up of the factory system of Indian trade, he removed with his family to St.
Louis, where he died a few years afterwards. A post there was needed as a protection against the restless Sac and Fox Indians, then numbering about 11, persons, living in villages on both sides of the river near the island.
A historical sketch of it by Mrs. Maria Peck may be found in the Annals of Iowa, i, 3d Series, p. A good description of the works is given by Long in his manuscript, Minn.
The appearance of the fort on the beautiful wooded island was highly romantic. Ford in his History of Illinois compares "the white-washed walls and tower of the fort perched upon a high cHff, as seen from a distance, to one of those enchanted castles in an uninhabited desert, so graphically described in the Arabian Nights.
After the Black Hawk War the fort was abandoned. Since then an ordnance post has occupied the island Rock Island Arsenal and is to-day one of the most important manufac- turing arsenals in the coimtry.
Bancroft Librw, In the afternoon, in company with Lieut. We found them at a Feast, of which Col. We returned to the Fort at sundown. Louis and the Falls of St.
It could furnish over warriors all armed with rifles or fusees. The famous Black Hawk was the leading chief here at this time.
Both the Sacs and the Foxes cultivated vast fields of corn in this region. These tribes, whose names are usually linked together, were allies in war but otherwise had only a nominal connection.
After his service at Fort Armstrong he was commanding officer at Fort Edwards, further down the river, where one of his duties seems to have been to stop and search all boats ascending the river to the Indian country to ascertain whether or not they were carrying whisky, a contraband article in the Indian trade.
Meeker recounts that on a trip up the river his party was brought to by a shot from the fort across the bow of his boat.
Mars- ton, when he found they had liquor aboard, threatened to confiscate it. See also Lewis and Clark, ed. The post was attacked by Indians twice in In November of that year it was evacuated and burned on account of the failure of the garrison to re- ceive needed provisions.
The ruins were visited by Long in , who found "nothing but old chimneys left standing, and a covert way leading from the main garrison to higher ground in the rear, where there was some kind of outwork.
In the old garden were found peach, nectarine and apple trees. They here count about Warriors. He described it as "a palisade work constructed entirely of square timber.
Major Forsyth in found living in the eva- cuated fort some families who were entitled to land for services rendered during the War of On account of the insults offered them by drunken Indians in the neighborhood.
Major Forsyth recommended to Gov. Clark that half a company of soldiers under a subaltern be stationed there. It was half a mile s.
Near this saw a coffin containing the bones of an Indian tied fast to the centre of a large tree which was done at the request of the deceased to preserve his fame after the extinction of his body.
Military Academy, 19 June, ; promoted to 3d lieutenant, Artillery Corps, 17 July, ; 2d lieutenant, 14 October ; 1st lieutenant, 8 September ; transferred to 4th Artillery, 1 June ; to 3d Artillery, 16 August ; brevet captain.
Topographical Engineers, 15 January ; brevet major, 14 September ; major, 7 July, ; brevet lieutenant- colonel, 1 January , for valuable and highly distinguished services, particularly on the boundary line between the U.
Some of his most conspicuous work was in connection with the settlement of international boundary dis- putes. He was a member of several U.
A good deal of engineering work was done there in after years. Proceded at 6 A. M; and shortly met a boat ascending the river which we boarded; found her destined for Fort Ed- wards.
Louis we determined to take a passage on board. This boat is freighted with furs, and worked by six Frenchmen, commanded by a young American, whom the former pay no regard nor respect to.
Streets and lots galore were laid out to accommodate a great popu- lation, which however failed to take advantage of the opportunity. The place is supposed to have inspired Charles Dickens with the idea of " Eden ", the immortal boom town in " Martin Chuzzlewit.
On awaking in the morning we found we had progressed but slowly during the night, not having made more than 4 or 5 miles. At day break passed the "Illinois River" on the East.
A short distance below this commences a ridge of Rocks about feet high, very irregular, and forming the most antic appearances that can possibly be imagined , which con- tinues as low as "Portage De Sioux," the shore on the west being low and sandy.
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There is no record of the last two ever entering the Missouri River. The Jefferson gave out and abandoned the trip 30 miles below Franklin, Mo. Louis the follow- ing spring.
Atkinson invented a paddle wheel device worked by hand that was used thereafter. The failure of the steamboats was a material factor in causing the troops to winter at Council Bluff and abandon the project of ascending further up the river.
The boat occasionally made as much as three miles an hour, but the machinery broke down so often that it was commonly laid up for repairs.
Hand power, on the western rivers, was thought to be better in the long run, just as in modern days, the first automobiles on account of their frequent breakdowns were thought to be less reliable than horses for long distances.
Four serv- ants, an Indian guide, his wife and papoose, eight mules and seven horses completed the outfit. The journey from post to post took twenty-three days, and during the latter part of it the explorers had but vague notion of their where- abouts.
Their arrival at Camp Cold Water, the destination, produced a great sensation in that garrison, inasmuch as they were the first white persons to cross from the Missouri to the Mississippi River at such distance above the confluence.
The want of timber, the scarcity of water, and the rugged character of the hills made the region almost impassable, and, as he thought, would for- ever prevent it from supporting more than a thinly scattered population.
Yet in a comparatively short stretch of time this very region opened to considerable settlement, and now embraces northern Iowa and southeastern Minnesota.
See also letter of Calhoun, ibid. Message, Nov, 14, Leavenworth, and made a visit to the Falls of St. Anthony, before they began their return by boat down the Mississippi.
Traveling in flat-boats, they made stops at Prairie du Chien, Fort Arm- strong, and other interesting points, the account ending with the arrival at St.
Stephen Watts Kearny, the writer of the journal, was born in , at Newark, N. Captured after the Battle of Queenstown, he was soon exchanged.
He was made captain, April 1, Probably he accompanied the Sixth Infantry, under Colonel Atkinson, when that regiment went west to form part of the Yellowstone Expedition, for in , when he began this journal, he was at Council Bluff, where a camp had been established by that command in the Spring of that year.
In he went to the Third Infantry, with station at Detroit, but soon afterward transferred to the First Infantry, which had headquarters at Baton Rouge.
He received his actual majority in May, His gallant and meritorious conduct on the. Pacific coast, especially at the Battle of San Pasqual, December 6, , when he was twice wounded, won him a major-generalship.
From March to June, , he was Governor of California. The funeral was the most imposing ever seen in this city up to that time.
The church service was held at St. Sunday, July 2d, — bX 7 a. Louis, and statement of his ynrddaughter, Mrs. Western Bascome, of St.
The military- post there at the time this journal was written was known as "Camp Mis- souri. Peters," now the Minnesota, River.
The destination of the party was the mihtary post on the Mississippi at the mouth of the St. Magee with the 15 soldiers assisted by Lieut. Talcot of the engineers, compose an ex- ploring party to discover a route, across country, between the 2 Posts.
Magee, bom in Pennsylvania. Rifle Regiment, 17 March, ; honorably discharged, 15 June, ; reinstated, 1 Jan. Bom of Spanish parentage in New Orleans, Sept.
Louis, engaged in the fur trade and acquired great influence over the Indians of the upper Missouri. He organized the highly successful St.
A special article on Manuel Lisa is in preparation for a later number of the Collections. Left our camp shortly after 6 A. On awakening this morning, found my blankets as wet as if they had been thrown into the river.
I have frequently had occasion to remark the excessive dews that fall in this section of the country. Started at 7 A. Four of our party went in pursuit of a gang of elk which we observed, a mile from our camp, but returned unsuccessful, about 9 P.
Started, at 5 A. Zebulon Pike about at the time of his expedition, Sunday — The squaw this morning quite sick, in consequence of eating too greedily of the Buffaloe.
We were detained until about 4 P. Left camp, at 6 A. East course, we were compelled to steer accordingly, about sun down it cleared away, when the most perfect and beautiful rainbow, that I had ever beheld, presented itself to our view.
Left camp at 6 A. About ten leagues to the N. The wind today has been blowing from the N. Our course today has been S. Left camp at 7 A.
With a fine clear Sunshiny morning left camp, at 7 A. In the afternoon, pursued our course N. Started about 7 A. Made today 18 miles, our course N.
Four of the party went out in pursuit of game, but returned unsuccessful. The cause of our uncertainty, existing among us, arises from the differences of the Lat.
They could not have been within 75 miles of the St. Engineer, we giving credit, to the latter, but our Indian insisting, that we have crossed the St.
During last night we had a little rain, started at 4 A. As a matter of fact they never saw that river until they reached their destination at its junction with the Mississippi.
As will be seen from further reading of the journal the party first reached the Mississippi at Lake Pepin, and thence ascended that river to the mouth of the St.
There is a possibifity that the route shown may have been a later one taken by Talcott, for in Lewis Cass wrote Calhoun recommending Talcott as a suitable person to conduct an expedition up the St.
The Indian shot 3 geese, which were distributed to the party — Lieut. Made to-day 14 miles. At day break all the Indians, excepting one whom we re- tained as guide, left us for their village; we followed at 7 A.
For the first time since our leaving C. His name has been commemorated by the present town of Redwing, Minn. He was an early example of the self-made American.
Foster called him "Tah- tawkahmahnee," but translated it as "Le boeuf que [qui] marche" or "The Walking Buffalo. Beltrami gave the name "Tantangamini," most nearly like Kearny, but seems to have assumed it meant Red Wing.
Schoolcraft speaks of him as "Tarangamani," or Red Wing. The George Catlin Indian Gallery: Whatever may have been the pixjper Indian name of the chief, he will always be known in his- tory as "Red Wing.
These two chiefs and another one known as "The Sixth," with a large party of Sioux, all under the war chief Wabasha, were in the attack on Ft.
Sandusky in see Mo. Red Wing presumably was also present at the battle on Mackinac Island, in which the American commander. Major Holmes, was killed, for following that affair he came down with a party of Sioux and the Mackinac mil- itia British to help in the assault of the post at Prairie du Chien.
Captain Ander- son, a trader who commanded one of Mackinac militia companies, said Red Wing was "famed for telling events.
After the last-named fight he decided to quit and retire to private life, because it would seem, of a vision he had that the British would soon be driven away, leaving the Indians to fight it out alone or make peace with the Americans.
He gave back the Royal George medal, presented to him by the British, explaining, when pressed, "You tell me the lion on this medal is the most powerful of all animals.
I have never seen one, but I believe what you say. In the day time he flies about everywhere and sees all on the ground. He will light on a tree over the lion, and they will scold each other for a while, but they will finally make up and be friends, and smoke the pipe of peace.
The lion will then go home and leave us Indians to our foes. This is the reason for not taking up my war club. Your enemies will believe me when I speak good words to them.
He had already shared in more actions than almost any other Indian, and yet had the reputation of never having been defeated. Doty, who visited him in , found him possessed of a marked sense of justice, and gives an instance of his great moderation.
During last night we experienced a very severe storm of rain. His granddaughter married Colonel Crawford, a man of commercial activity about Prairie du Chien and Michilimackinac during the War of , who has left descendants in the lake country.
At sundown our new Indian was sent back to his village, with some Tobacco, to trade for provisions our men having eaten so voraciously as to exhaust our late supplies he re- turned at 10 P.
The first lot of the colonists, about fifty Scotchmen, arrived in the follow- ing year. In the disgraceful strife waged between the two powerful companies the Selkirk colonists became the chief sufferers.
Persecuted to distraction by the North West people, their lot became a hard one. The story of their sufferings is one of the most heartrending in the history of this Northern region.
In their crops having been destroyed by grasshoppers, they sent to Prairie du Chien in the following spring for seed.
Three Mackinac boats laden with wheat, oats and peas went to their relief, puisuant to a business agreement entered into with contractors at that trading post.
This was the first consignment of freight from Prairie du Chien to the Red River Settlement, a noteworthy fact. The boatmen retmned across the plains on foot and from Big Stone Lake by canoe.
It was some of these men, probably, that Kearny saw, as they would have been just about returning at this time. Historical and Personal," by H.
Started at 6 A. Peters on the Mississippi, not having seen the latter river since our leaving the Indian village, our course having been about N.
In early childhood he removed to Danville, Vt. He studied law at Delhi, N. Erastus Root and practiced with him At the outbreak of the war with England he raised a company in Delaware County, which was taken into the 25th U.
Infantry Regiment, with himself as captain, 25 April, He was promoted to major in the 9th Infantry, 15 Aug. He was transferred to the 2d Infantry, 17 May, After the war he obtained a leave of absence, and in the following year became a member of the Legislature in the State of New York.
His wife and daughter are said to have been the first white women to travel through the wilderness to this remote station. The outfit consisted of 98 soldiers, 20 boatmen, with the requisite supplies, in 17 batteaux and other craft.
They arrived 14 Aug. Before the permanent buildings were completed Leaven- 28 Journal of S. In he com- manded a successful expedition against the Arickaree Indians miles above Council Bluff on the Missouri River.
For this service he was specially mentioned by the department commander and commended both by Secretary of War Calhoun and by President Monroe in his annual message.
On 25 July, , he completed ten years continuous service in the grade of brevet colonel, for which he received the brevet of brigadier general, as of said date, although actually the promotion was not given him until , owing to a long pending uncertainty in the War Depart- ment as to the proper interpretation of the law in its application to brevet grades.
He became colonel of the 3d Infantry, 16 Dec, , with station at Green Bay. Late in the summer of he brought his regiment down the Mississippi to St.
Louis and went into camp 19 Sept. Kearny, with a battalion of the 1st Infantry, had arrived there two months before, on the abandonment of old Cantonment Belle- fontaine, 10 July, The troops built temporary log cabins for the winter, and the post was given the name "Jefferson Barracks," 23 Oct.
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