Well, my vacation has lasted long enough. It is time to get back to business. Since I am waiting on the arrival of deeds from Chautauqua County, New York, I decided to finish up my Indians in Paris mini-series.
It has been many months since I last wrote on this subject so readers may want to review the earlier articles.
I have already shown my old friend U-ta-wa-un and his female companion are involved in the 1867 Paris Universal Exposition. Today I will cover the information I found involving their travel to Europe.
Categories: 1867 Paris Universal Exposition, Documentation, Entertainments, History-Regional, Resources-Internet
Tags: 1867, chautauqua county new york, circus, europeans, female companion, indians, new york times, new york times correspondent, paris expo, recent arrival, Universal Exposition
Today’s post is the next in a short series providing background for the American Indian presence at the Paris Expo of 1867.
Today I will cover what the New York Times claimed was being done to outfit a Native American exhibit as requested by the Commissioner in Paris.
Categories: 1867 Paris Universal Exposition, Culture, Entertainments, Miscellaneous
Tags: aborigines, children of the forest, native american exhibit, new york times, north american indians, paris expo, peace and war, Universal Exposition, war paint