5 edition of Wau Bun found in the catalog.
Juliette M. Kinzie
July 1987 by Heritage Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||395|
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Wau-Bun is an honest commentary on the Wisconsin frontier. It us written in a modest style without any grandiose message. For the researcher looking for a non-synthetic view of Wisconsin, I highly recommend it. Please be forewarned the political correctness of the Cited by: 7.
Wau-bun, the early day in the Northwest. Summary This book recounts the experiences of a young, genteel wife adjusting to the military life and frontier conditions of life at Fort Winnebago, Wisconsin, in the early s. She describes her perilous journeys back and forth to the early settlement of Chicago, her complex cultural encounters with.
WAU-BUN book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Every work partaking of the nature of an autobiography is supposed to deman /5. "Wau-Bun" is a mixture of autobiography and history. "It recounted Juliette Kinzie's own experiences as an early settler of Wisconsin and Illinois amid a general description of the lives of local Native Americans, the history of white settlement in Chicago, and the activities of her father-in-law.
Wau-Bun: Wau Bun book "Early Day" in the North West, recounted her experiences at Fort Winnebago in the early s, as well as those of her mother-in-law and other relatives during the Black Hawk War.
The title reflects the local word for daybreak. Kinzie described her journeys back and forth to the early settlement of Chicago, and complex cultural Author: Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie. Wau-bun book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Juliette Kinzie, born Juliette August Magill, was a keen observer of everything ar 4/5.
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BY MRS. JOHN H. KINZIE, OF CHICAGO. "If we but knew the exact meaning of the word 'WAU-BUN,' we should be happy. 4 This popular little book was followed in with Wau-Bun, The "Early Day" in the North-west.
5 Inshe published a novel, Walter Ogilby, based on her experiences in Fishkill as a teenager. Inshe was at work on another novel based upon the figure of Redbird, entitled Mark Logan, The Bourgeois, which was not published until Juliette Kinzie, born Juliette August Magill, was a keen observer of everything around her.
She wrote Wau-bun as a narrative of the significant years between andduring which time her husband John Kinzie, the Indian agent for the Winnebago people, disbursed the annuity payments for the lands relinquished in treaties with the Winnebago in Wisconsin/5(3).
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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. Her second book Wau-Bun: The "Early Day" in the North West, extended her first book. It recounted her experiences at Fort Winnebago in the early s, as well as those of her mother-in-law and other relatives during the Black Hawk War.
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Chicago, Caxton Club [©] (OCoLC) Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie was a 19th century writer, historian and pioneer of the American widwest. After her time in Wisconsin her family moved to Chicago where they were active in civic matters.
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The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Read this book on Questia. It seems appropriate for the year in which Chicago is to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of its incorporation as a village by "A Century of Progress" that we should choose as the subject of our annual volume Mrs.
Kinzie's WAU-BUN. Artist: Unknown Source: Chicago Historical Society (ICHi) The predominant popular understanding of the Fort Dearborn conflict has been formed by Juliette Magill Kinzie's Wau-Bun: The Early Day in the Northwest, first published in Wau-Bun recounted Kinzie's experiences in Chicago from as well as Kinzie family stories heard from her mother-in-law.
This book recounts the experiences of a young, genteel wife adjusting to the military life and frontier conditions of life at Fort Winnebago, Wisconsin, in the early s. Wau-bun, the early day in the Northwest. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: John H Kinzie, Mrs.; John H Kinzie, Mrs.
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Item Details. A grouping of three hardcover books on the early days of Chicago and Wisconsin. Titles include a edition of Wau-Bun, the Early Day of the North-West by Mrs John H. Kinzie, published by The Caxton Club, Chicago and a later version of the same book published by George Banta, Wisconsin.
Also includes an edition of History of the Discovery of the the Northwest by John. At the core of Wau-Bun are the three chapters from the Narrative on the Battle of Fort Dearborn.
Wau-Bun also includes an account of Kinzie's experiences in Wisconsin, a depiction of Chicago, and engravings of her drawings. With a strong and clear voice, she introduced people, places, and events that might otherwise have slipped from : University of Chicago Press.
Wau-Bun is first-person history written by a woman who had observed dramatic changes in the society and the physical landscape of the region for a quarter of a century.
By the s, Kinzie believed that public memory was unaware of how things had been, but she was equally cer-tain that they wanted to know. An interesting lit. Wau-bun, the "early day" of the North-west by Kinzie, Juliette Augusta (Magill) "Mrs.
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“Wau-Bun–The dawn–the break of day."–Ojibeway Vocabulary. Juliette Kinzie, born Juliette August Magill, was a keen observer of everything around her. She wrote Wau-bun as a narrative of the significant years between andduring which time her husband, John Kinzie—the Indian agent for the Winnebago people—disbursed the annuity payments for the lands relinquished in treaties with the Winnebago in Wisconsin.
wau-bun. the “early day” of the north-west. mrs. john h. kinzie. of chicago. new edition, with an introduction and notes by reuben gold thwaites, editor of “the jesuit relations, and allied documents,” “wisconsin historical collections,” “chronicles of border warfare,” etc.
KINZIE, Mrs. John H. Wau-Bun, The "Early Day" in the Northwest. Chicago: D.B. Cooke & Co., pp. Frontis., plates. Later cloth. Light scattered foxing, front inner hinge starting, else very good. Howes K A classic of frontier life. Mrs. Kinzie came to Chicago injust in time to be in Illinois in the midst of the Black.
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