The Tale of the Greenway Bluebird Trail

June 25, 2011 Saturday paddle

May 16, 2011

Winners and Losers

Conclusion of the three part series. Jonathan Lantz Buffalo, a Meskwaki (or Fox to the French) Native American, writes of Etnataek in the 1980 Wisconsin Historical Journal: “For the record, I just want to announce from the tribe, we won the war, because today you see Meskwaki. But if you went to France, there is no French king, or French […]

Siege on the Sangamon

Second in a three part series. DeVilliers hated the Foxes. And he was anxious to be rid of this perpetual scourge on the peaceful intentions of the French traders and Catholic missionaries of New France. Lieutenant Nicolas Antoine Coulon de Villiers, the Commandant at the French post on the St. Joseph River near present day Niles, Michigan had just received […]