One day, another camper named Serena got lost in the forest and wounded her leg after getting startled by a Poliwag. Ash, who was looking for the Poliwag, came to her rescue and wrapped a handkerchief around the wounded knee to brace it. He then helped her up and guided her out of the forest. After arguing about who would keep it, they broke it in two, each keeping one half as a reminder of that day.
Submit search form Huron Location Ouendake called Huronia by the French was the original homeland of the Huron occupying a fairly compact area of central Ontario between the southern end of Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe.
After the dispersal of the Huron by the Iroquois inone group relocated to Lorette just north of Quebec where it has remained ever since.
The remaining Huron merged with TionontatiErieand Neutrals spent the next 50 years wandering as refugees through Wisconsin, Adversity how leaders overcame them, and upper Michigan.
By they had moved to the Ohio Valley between present-day Detroit and Cleveland where they were known as the Wyandot. They remained there until they were removed to Kansas during the s. Only one group of Wyandot managed to remain in the Great Lakes, when a small band of the Canadian Wyandot in southwest Ontario was given a reserve near Amherstburg.
For the Wyandot relocated to Kansas, problems began with the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act which opened their lands to white settlement. The majority opted for citizenship and allotment and are currently have state recognition as the Wyandot of Kansas. Most still live in the vicinity of Kansas City, Kansas.
Population If combined with populations of the Neutrals, Tionontati, and Wenrothe Huron in probably numbered somewhere between 30, and 45, French estimates of the four core tribes of the Huron Confederacy in varied from 20, to 30, and 16 to 25 villages.
After European contact, the Huron population loss was dramatic. By epidemic and war had reduced them to less than 10, After their dispersal in by the Iroquoisonly Huron were able to relocate safely at Lorette near Quebec.
Another 1, mixed with Tionontati and Neutrals, escaped to the western Great Lakes to become the Wyandot. The number of Huron adopted into the Iroquois League is uncertain but must have been considerable. In the population at Lorette had remained near its originalwhile the Wyandot, relocated to the west end of Lake Erie, had increased to near 1, By the Lorette population had risen slowly to but afterwards increased dramatically.
In the Quebec government listed it at 2, There were about Wyandot at the Anderdon Reserve southern Ontario inbut they have since been absorbed by other native peoples.
The United States currently has more than 4, Wyandot organized in two main groups: Only the Oklahoma Wyandot are federally recognized as a tribe. The Kansas Wyandot, organized in from the "absentee" or "citizen" Wyandot, are recognized by Kansas and have applied for federal status.
Names Americans usually do not realize that Huron and Wyandot are the same people. Originally, more than a dozen of the Iroquoian-speaking tribes in southern Ontario referred to themselves collectively as Wendat meaning "villagers. Guyandot, Guyandotte, Ouendat, Wyandot, and Wyandotte.
The French, however, called the members of a four-tribe confederacy the Huron, a derogatory name derived from their word "hure" meaning rough or ruffian. This has persisted as their usual name in Canada. When they were living in Ohio afterFrench and Canadians continued to use Huron, but the English and Americans referred to them as Wyandot.
Currently, most groups prefer Wyandot rather than Huron. Language Iroquoian Sub-Nations Arendahronon rock people ; Attignawantan Attignaouentan, Attignousntan bear people ; Attigneenongnahac Attiguenongha cord people ; and Tahontaenrat Scanonaerat, Scahentoarrhonon deer people.
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