Allen County Childrens Home - ACCH Highlights (Lima, OH)

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-in .v"'? I Q T.--gi, Q . gf 1t,,,-:E 1 ,aff Ufgug SAE .,, -'-mt1"L331- I H L :"" Q TQ INDIANS The Indian is usually pictured as a sad and gloomy person who seldom smiled. This is not quite true. In important public meetings and when talking with white men he was usually dignified and solemn in appear- encegbut in the Wigwam or by the camp fire he was social and cheery. He smoked his pipe,talked,and joked with his friends much as the white man is accustomed to do. When neing tortured in public he could endure By Richard Filloff. INDIANA ESTORY There are many stories of when the Indians were here when the white men came. The Indians believed the white men were angels but when the supposed angels killec their fellow men they knew better and made war against them. In some cases though,the white men would not kill the Indians and smoked the pipe of peace with them. Wil- liam Penn smoke the peace pipe with the Indians and remained friends with them any kind Of aPiH Wifh0Ui H UUTUUT- His Sight for many years. One wonderful thing about was remarkably keen. This was because his eye and ear were trained by his mode of liv- ing. When hunting,fighting,or fishing,he we s on the lookout constantly for game or for the enem . He was also straining his ear for every sound of the forest. . Herbert Warnick,8A. -K",c'4J'fJ'4-'L-"4-I-Ii-L44-ii-'X4,SL-29354-Y.:-X-'A'-SPI:-ZS-BHS-If-" ,F,i-L-ii.-IJHA-li- THE SETTING FOR INDIANA HISTORX The history of Indiana before its ad- mission into the Union as a state is a part of the history of that region of North Am- erica which has been called the North West Territory. So the study of the earliest Indiana History is a study of the history of the whole Northwest Territory in the da ys of the early white settlers. The Northwest Territory was composed of all the land which is now included in the states of Indiana,Ohio,Michigan,Illin- ois,Wisconsin,and a small part of the state of Minnesota. It is bou ded on the west by the Mississippi Rivcr,on the south by the Ohio River, and on the north by the Great lakes. The rivers were very important to the Indians and to the early white settlers alike, because mater transportation was then much easier than land transportation. Be- sides the rivers mentioned above,others of importance were the Webash,White,Tippecanoe Eel,Whitewater,end Kankakee in Indiana,the Illinois,Fox and Knskaskia in Illinois,the Wisconsin in Wisconsin,nnd the St.Joseph and Detroit in Michigan. Of course the Great Lakes on the north,especiflly Lake Michigan, Huron,nnd Erie played a very prominent part in the early history of the region. , Marie Vhite,8A. -ZH'r'.2-'.2-1559.2-'.G'lk-li-5'4-3? the Indian was that he would never break friendship until the white man did. The white men were always the first to disre- gard the peace pipe. The result was always war with the Indians. ' Corrine Lutz.8A. 4ii+iMN++4i44+kMMii44+h44i4+i4+?N COMMUNITY CIVICS. P When a group of people live together in a certain place it is called a community They are brought together by some common interest and have laws,rules,and regula- tions. Here are some examples of different kinds of communities: a church,school, village,town,city. T ere axe industrial communities,social communities,and reli- gious communities. All people in a com- munity are dependent on the rest of the community. All the members of the commu- nity must learn to be valuable. They must take an active part in all the activities. Mary Bice,7A. waswasee+++n+ss+es+++e+s+s+esseass4 INDIANA I A resolution of Congress formally ad- mitting Indiana into the Union,Dec.ll.l8l6 though the state government actually began November 7th when the new officers were qualified. A Sew weeks after, the consitut tional convention, the first neck in Aug- ust l8l6, a general election was held to fill thc state offices. Thomas Posey, the last Territorial Governor was candidate for Governor against Johnathan Jennings. Jennings von. The population of the whole state was less than one fourth of that of the city of Indianapolis today. The epople were all poor and depneded on the soil for their living. Merlin-Doud,8A.

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MX QQHNZBX 2115 23 IF'1 My Country T'is of Thee,sweet lfnd of liWl.iy,of Thee I Sing' Land where m Fathers died,Lvnd of the PiLgrim's pride From every mountain side,Let freedom ring. aauwsweemeeaeeemasexeeeeessssmaehuseas+ws+wHesHsaeeeHw+ee+ THE PBESIIQQTLIQT The President of the United St tes f the highest representftive ef t He is elected by the suifrffe X of all the states for n fix-d .. .L L u . , , 1- x A N - r . 1,s,1 L. 5- . He is independent of Congrcss,tne :ourst and sectional demands. In spite of the theory of the spenration of powers, in sccordnnce with which the Consitutition nkers created the office, the President has immense influence over legislation and is held responsible to the people for the work of Congress. The President's influence springs from his power of vetog from his constitution- fyzgl practice of submitting recom endetions I .1 to Congress,which he may do either oral- ij ly or by written nessngeg and his vast it influence with the nations molders of public opinion. His power of appoint- ment with his a bility to distribute patronage among members of Congress I serves to keep the members who are 55 of his party in accord with his N policies. Mildred Yarman.8A. 4+++swmseam++esm' ' ' fs 1 Hekionaga,the principal village of t 7 the Miami Indians,was formerlly with in the limits of Fort Wayne. A Stockade Fort,now the site of Old Fort Park was fm built by had Anthony wayne. In 1815 it 1 was besieged by the Indians who were routed after e hard fight. Six years V later the fort was abandoned? A permanent M settlement was made in 1815 and it became FORT WAYNE?INDIANA Fort Wnyn ,the county seat of Alle 'eunty is the second elif up Lhe State 1 railroad center,and'a manufacturing center. It is located in the north- efstern pert of Indiana. It is lo2 miles from Indianapolis and 156 miles from Chicago. The St.Joseph and StMary rivers unite within its boundaries to form the Maumee River. Its population in 1940 is about 125.000, Six impor- tant tru k lines serve the city, the Fort Weyne,Cincinnntti and St.Louis, Wnbnsh,Pennsylvnnin, NewYork,Chicago,and StLouis5 and the New York Central. There nreialso interurbnn electric railrdhdg and more than fifteen motor bus Fort Wayne is the distributing cen ter for nn xtensive agricultural l lid ' district end the city has many I wholesale and jobbing houses. It y has large shops of the Pennsylva- nia and Wabash railroads. :und 4 N among the important manufacturer 1 of gasoline pumps,car wheels,co l wire,motor trucks, electrical I machinery,fittings,fixtrues,nnJ ' 1 I ! pianos. V The educational institutions,A include Concordia College,Fort l' :1 Wayne Bible Institute, A Conser lk 1 vntory of music,end ArtSchool if School of oratory,expression,and yl physical culture. The Indiana y H School for feeble mdnded youth and- 1 ggvefgl schools for orphans aret H h,s bading post in 1850. It became the city y 1 yt of Fort Wayne in 1840 loccted here' Vi Bill S ith 85. If ikkwkHHHHHHHHHHHHHQMMNM44iMW44wHHHHHHHHHHH6HHH? m , m 1 V , m '??ha ki' il k xidl- 6, ' 'f' 4' I M. r 61- as-sl-,.sL -fr- --. - . 4" .g.'i.,',j+, X Q--.--5 --Mfgilf . x gg J ,.. ., ,f , 8 er . "- .W -r ,f , X . .iz -Az , W .. Q " 1--2' Q l H r'JfJ mf f" w' "'Fif' rtuqgyf - 3 M 1+ ,Al 'f A ik- . 5 . .x XA I f I!! !, A. au u It X 5 I 1' ,fl ' f" M t ' ' , f a . f is ef- I x I ,Q"f Q , f 1' SL f 'L fE?' 'Y R XL J 1 X , f ' g! 'q ,- XX X N l 2 l v 5- '1 ' . v3 flair' X 1 g A ' 1 ri Q DTRWI1 x Y' ' ,K J 4 es, y Wilma Don 'x - il 1 N gxlio -I xx



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INDIAN HISTORY. When the Indians learned that their land west of the Appalachians Mountains had been given to the English they were very much dissatisfied. The Indians had always been friends of the French and enemies of the English. So sow it was only natural that they would do everything in their poser to drive the English out. In this emergency an Indian leader arose and his efforts re- sulted in almost complete disaster for the E nglish in the Northwest Territory. This Indiana leader was a chief of the Ottawa tribe named Pontiac. Pontiac was a very shrewd warrior. Dur- the two years years between 1760-72 he or- ganized almost all the tribes of the north nest to drive out the English. Pbntiac's plans were perfected in 1765 and arrange- ments were made to attack all the English forts and settlements at the same time. Detroit was the most important post but the commander of this post had been warned of the danger,so Pontiac was unable to capture this stronghold. Had he been able to do so it is likely that the Englsh would have been driven out of the entire region. Other forts did not fare so well as Detroit.Hoe- ever,a number of them were suprised and their garrisons killed. Fort Miami where Fort Wayne now stands was aptured and its commander slain. Ouiatanon was surrendeded but no one was killed there. In a short time Vincennes to take possession and rebuild the fort there. Abbott found the fort in a dilapidated condition. He made nn at- tempt to repair the fort and mount some cannon. He remained u til January 1778, and then returned to Detroit for a visit. While he was gone events took place which started the change in the whole history of the Northwest Territory. The Revolutionary War began in 1576 At the beginning of the war the English who were in charge of the forts of the Northwest Territory began to arrouse the Indians against the American settlers who had been bold enough to venture west of the Applachian Mountains. These Eng- lishmen carried on a profitable trade with the Indians and were enven accused of rewarding the red men for bringing in the scalps of American men and women. The fear of being attacked by the Indians cased the Americans from the colonies along the Atlantic Coast to hesitate about going into the Northwest Territory. Richard Filloff,7A. senses ' ' ksssssssssss PROVIDING FOR RECREATION IND AMUSEMENT In order to properly balance his life every person must have a certain mount of recreation and amusement. The age of mach- ines and labor-saving devices has brought reduction in the number of hours an ind- ividual works each day and as a result Dot an Eng1iShm3D WHS left in what is QOW there has been a great increase in the I ndiana. Pontiac's success was short 1ved,, amount of time left for recreation' however. English soldiers crushed the reb- It is the duty of every Community to ellion duflng the Coming Year and the Ind' provide wholesome recreation for its mem- ians were compelled to give up all the tives which they had in their possession. Pontiac mas murdered by a member of his own race, in 1769. At the time of Pontiac's conspiracy the English had not hken control of Vin- cennes. There were several reasons,besides the hostilit of the Indians for the slow- ness of the English in coming in to the Northwest ih any large numbers. One reason wa s that the King of England by the Proc- lamation of 1765 forbade any Englishman to settle west of the Applachians. This was followed by the Quebec Act of 1774 which a nnexed all the Mississippi valley to the Province of Quebec Br the purpose of Gov- ernment. Between 1775 and 1777 there was no of- ficial authority within what is new the cip- State of Indiana. By the Quebec Act Vincen- nes had been placed under the authority of the Governor at Detroit but it was u til 1777 that the Englih Governor,Henry Ham- ilton sent Lietenant Governor Abbott to Qcontinued next columnl bers. The community which provides these extra pleasures and benefits for its res- idents is the one where the citizens are most likely to be healthy,happy,and law- abiding. Doris Beam,7A. 4+s44+++s++++sssswsHHaHseaemass THE FRENCH IN INDIANA The first white men to explore any of the Ngrthwest Territory were French Jesuit Priests from Quebec. The beginning of their labor was probably about l654. The first place they worked was among the Huron Indians on the southern shores of the Great Lakes. These priests came to this region, not from across the great range of mount- ains which shut out the English, but by a much easier route up the StLawrence and the Great Lakes. Delma Justice,8A. sesssssssssssssssasssssssssusssss Mrs Bolinger: Eugene,what have you been doing to the ink? E ugene: I only put water in it, to make it write wet. I'm writing a letter to Mr. Brown and I want to whisper a secret to him.

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