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Term: Little Priest, Ho-Chunk chief

Definition:

His Ho-Chunk name is generally given in printed sources as Mo-rah-tshay-kaw. During the the middle of the 19th century he was a leader of the Ho-Chunk Rock River band near located Lake Koshkonong. Historian Lyman C. Draper described him as "a signer of the treaties of Green Bay in 1828 and of Rock Island in 1832. He lived to a very great age and died at the Winnebago village of White Creek, Adams County, Wis., about 1882. In some bout or brawl one side of his nose had been sliced off."

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[Source: Wisconsin Historical Collections X:186 (1888)]

295 records found

Abraham, Harvey R. 1895
Adella Beach, Winnebago Co.
Algoma, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Allen, Col. Thomas S. (1825-1905)
Allenville, Winnebago Co.
Allouez, Claude Jean 1622 - 1689
Appleton [brief history]
Aweatsiwaenr-rhonons
Baird, Henry Samuel 1800 - 1875
Baptists in Wisconsin
Baraboo [origin of place name]
Belle Fontaine Spring [origin of place name]
Black Hawk 1767 - 1838
Black Hawk at Turtle Village (Historic Marker Erec
Black Hawk War (1832)
Black Hawk War Encampment "Burnt Village" (Histori
Black Wolf Point, Winnebago Co.
Black Wolf, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Black Wolf, Winnebago Co.
Bloomingdale, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Bluffton, Marquette Co.
Boilvin, Nicolas 1761 - 1827
Bouck, Gabriel 1828 - 1904
Brighton Beach, Winnebago Co.
Brighton, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Brothertown Indians
Brunet, Jean 1791 - 1877
Buckstaff, John Jr. 1823 - 1900
Buettner, Carol A. 1948
Butte des Mortes, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Butte des Mortes, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Butte des Morts
Butte Des Morts (Historic Marker Erected 1955)
Butte des Morts Lake, Little [origin of place name
Butte des Morts, Village, Winnebago Co.
Calumet County [origin of place name]
Cane, Arnold J. 1914
Carron, Thomas 1752 - 1817
Caspar Partridge case, 1850-1855
Chief Win-No-Shik, the Elder (Historic Marker Erec
Choate, Leander 1834 - 1909
Christian Science in Wisconsin
Clark, Charles Benjamin 1844 - 1891
Clark, Satterlee [Jr.?] 1816 - 1881
Clarks Point, Winnebago Co.
Clayton, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Coles Bashford House (Historic Marker Erected 1975
Columbia County [origin of place name]
Cook, Samuel Andrew 1849 - 1918
Davis, Jefferson (in Wisconsin)
De Pere, Brown Co.
Decorah Beach, Winnebago Co.
Decorah family
Decorah Peak (Historic Marker Erected 1958)
Dodge, Henry 1782 - 1867
Doty's Island
Doud, Reuben G. 1830 - 1877
Dousman, Hercules Louis 1800 - 1868
Draheim, William A. 1898
Dreyfus, Lee Sherman 1926-2008
Dubay [Dube), John Baptiste 1810 - 1887
Edgar Sawyer House (Historic Marker Erected 1997)
Elo, Winnebago Co.
English immigrants in Wisconsin
Eureka, Winnebago Co.
Fairview Beach, Winnebago Co.
Fisk, Winnebago Co.
Fitzgerald, Winnebago Co.
Flintrop, Richard A. 1945
Fond du Lac County [origin of place name]
Fond du Lac [brief history]
Fond du Lac [origin of place name]
Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac Co.
Fort Winnebago
Fort Winnebago (Historic Marker Erected 1957)
Fort Winnebago, Town of, Columbia Co.
Foster, Carlton 1826 - 1901
Four Legs, Ho-Chunk chief, dates unverified
Fox River (east-central Wisconsin)
Fox-Irish Cemetery (Historic Marker Erected 1997)
Gens de Mer
Goyke, Gary R. 1947
Gratiot, Henry 1789 - 1836
Grover, Herbert J. 1937
Guiles, Jon R. 1945
Hamilton, William Stephen 1797 - 1850
Harbor Springs, Winnebago Co.
Hauser, Jacob 1845 - 1931
Heritage Hill State Park (Historic Marker Erected
Highland Shore, Winnebago Co.
Ho-Chunk Indians
Ho-Chunk Treaty of 1837
Horicon Marsh, or Lake
Indian agents
Indian schools in Wisconsin
Indian Shores, Winnebago Co.
Island Beach, Winnebago Co.
Island Park, Winnebago Co.
Jackson, Joseph 1812 - 1881
Kaufert, Dean R. 1957
Kaukauna [brief history]
Kaukauna, Outagamie Co.
Keenville, Winnebago Co.
Kiel [brief history]
Kinzie, John Harris 1803 - 1865
Kinzie, Juliette Augusta, 1806-1870
Klusman, Judith 1956
Knaggs Ferry (Historic Marker Erected 1955)
Koro, Winnebago Co.
Koshkonong [origin of place name]
Lake Winnebago
Lampert, Florian 1863 - 1930
Larsen, Winnebago Co.
Lasleys Point, Winnebago Co.
Lautenschlager, Peggy A. 1955
Lawson, Publius Virgilius 1853 - 1920
Leonards Point, Winnebago Co.
Lewiston, Columbia Co.
Little Point, Winnebago Co.
Little Priest, Ho-Chunk chief
Lodi, Columbia Co.
Low Cloud, Charles Round 1872 - 1949
Lowville [origin of place name]
Lowville, Columbia Co.
Marquette County [origin of place name]
Marsh, Cutting 1800 - 1873
Martin, Morgan Lewis 1805 - 1887
Mau-quo-pin-e-no
Mccormick, Terri
Medina Junction, Winnebago Co.
Melrose Park, Winnebago Co.
Menasha [brief history]
Menasha [origin of place name]
Menasha, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Menasha, Winnebago Co.
Merville Springs [origin of place name]
Metoxen, John 1770 - 1858
Metz, Winnebago Co.
Military Ridge Road
Miller, Lucas Mitiades 1824 - 1902
Moga-Shooch
Mohican
Moore, Benjamin Franklin 1819 - 1904
Mueller, John Gottlieb 1813 - 1893
Murray, Reid Fred 1887 - 1952
Neenah [brief history]
Neenah [origin of place name]
Neenah, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Neenah, Winnebago Co.
Nekimi, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Nepeuskun, Town of, Winnebago Co.
New Holstein [brief history]
Nichols Shore Acres, Winnebago Co.
Nicolet, Jean 1598 - 1642
Oakwood, Winnebago Co.
Old Military Road (Historic Marker Erected 1955)
Omro, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Omro, Winnebago Co.
Orihula, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Orihula, Winnebago Co.
Osborn, Joseph Horatio 1822 - 1892
Oshaukuta, Columbia Co.
Oshkosh [brief history]
Oshkosh, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Oshkosh, Winnebago Co.
Ossin River, Washington Co.
Otchagra
Otonkah
Ouinibegouc
Ouinibegoutz
Ouinipegouek
Outagamie County [origin of place name]
Owens, Carol 1931
Paine, Edward Lathrop 1801 - 1893
Paquette, Pierre 1799? - 1836
Paukotuk, Winnebago Co.
Pewaugan Lake, Winnebago Co.
Pewaukee [brief history]
Piacenza, Winnebago Co.
Pickett, Winnebago Co.
Plummer Point, Winnebago Co.
Point Comfort, Winnebago Co.
Port Hope, Town of, Columbia Co.
Portage City, Town of, Columbia Co.
Powell, David Franklin ["White Beaver"] 1847 - 190
Poygan Lake, Winnebago Co.
Poygan Paygrounds (Historic Marker Erected 1956)
Poygan, Town of, Winnebago Co.
prisons in Wisconsin
Prophet, The (Winnebago)
Puan, Puans, Puants
Quinney, John W. 1797 - 1855
Race, John A. 1914
Rainbow Beach, Winnebago Co.
Rapides des Peres - Voyageur Park (Historic Marker
Red Banks (Historic Marker Erected 1957)
Red Bird, Ho-Chunk chief, 1788 - 1828
Red Cloud Park (Historic Marker Erected 1957)
Red Cloud, Mitchell Jr. (1925-1950) (Historic Mark
Reed, Curtis 1815 - 1895
Reed, Harrison 1813 - 1899
Reformed Churches in Wisconsin
Reighmoor, Winnebago Co.
Ricker Bay, Winnebago Co.
Ring, Winnebago Co.
Ripon College (Historic Marker Erected 1972)
Rivermoor, Winnebago Co.
roads in Wisconsin (early)
Rock River
Rockaway Beach, Winnebago Co.
Roessler, Carol A. 1948
Rogers, Samuel N. Sr. (1760-1852), Soldier of the
Rush Lake, Winnebago Co.
Rushford, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Sawyer, Philetus 1816 - 1900
Seaman, Gilbert Edmund 1869 - 1941
Shangri La Point, Winnebago Co.
Sheboygan River
Sheboygan [brief history]
Sheboygan, Sheboygan Co.
Shurbert, Floyd E. 1900
Skavlem, Halvor Lars 1846 - 1939
slavery in Wisconsin
Smith, Hiram 1829 - 1900
Smithfield, Outagamie Co.
Snells, Winnebago Co.
Spence Park (Historic Marker Erected 1978)
Spotted Arm (Broken Arm), Ho-Chunk chief
Stockbridge Indians
Stony Beach, Winnebago Co.
Street, Joseph Montfort 1780 - 1840
Stucki, Jacob 1857 - 1930
Sunrise Bay, Winnebago Co.
Sunset Point, Winnebago Co.
Taycheedah, Fond du Lac Co.
Taychoperah
The Military Road (Historic Marker Erected 1975)
The Raube Road Site (Historic Marker Erected 1998)
The Smoker, Ho-Chunk chief
The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (Historic Mark
The Valley View State (Historic Marker Erected 198
The Winnebago Trail (Historic Marker Erected 1978)
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1750-1783
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1784-1835
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1900 -1999
Tomah, Menominee leader, ca. 1752 - 1818
Trail Discovery (Historic Marker Erected 1998)
Underheim, Gregg 1950
UPPER FOX RIVER Erected 1957
Utica, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Vinland, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Walling, Esther K. 1940
Waukau, Winnebago Co.
Waupaca County [origin of place name]
Waupun [brief history]
Waushara County [origin of place name]
Waushara, Town of, Waushara Co.
Waverly Beach, Winnebago Co.
Weelaune, Town of, Winnebago Co.
West Bend, Washington Co.
Whirling Thunder, Ho-Chunk chief
White Crow, Ho-Chunk chief
Whiting, George Albert 1849 - 1930
Wieckert, Steve 1954
Williams, Eleazer 1788 - 1858
Winchester, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Winchester, Winnebago Co.
Winnebago
Winnebago County [origin of place name]
Winnebago Heights, Fond du Lac Co.
Winnebago Indian School, Neillsville, Wis.
Winnebago Indians (Historic Marker Erected 1973)
Winnebago Lake [origin of place name]
Winnebago Mission, Jackson Co.
Winnebago Park, Fond du Lac Co.
Winnebago Portage, Election precinct of, Columbia
Winnebago Portage, Election precinct of, Portage C
Winnebago Portage, Town of, Columbia Co.
Winnebago Rapids
Winnebago War (1827)
Winnebago, Lake
Winnebago, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Winnebago, Winnebago Co.
Winneconne, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Winneconne, Village of, Winnebago Co.
Winneconne, Winnebago Co.
Wisconsin Central Railroad (Historic Marker Erecte
Wisconsin River
Wisconsin River Headwaters (Historic Marker Erecte
Wisconsinapolis
Wittman, S.J. - Aircraft Designer, Race Pilot, Inv
Wolf River
Wolf River, Town of, Winnebago Co.
Zion, Winnebago Co.
Zittau, Winnebago Co.

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